24 October 2020


Celebration of Creation — Albert Reece

The Heart of the Universe

The Heart of the Universe is designed for showing in churches and sharing on social media, it covers the central elements from beginning to end of the Great Controversy that rages on our earth between Christ and Satan. Available in multiple languages, with VR components that can be explored by computer, smartphone or virtual reality glasses by going to: https://roundme.com/tour/314015/view/1027430

Seeking Understanding

Ariel Roth has dedicated his life to understanding Earth history. This documentary – with spectacular videography of the Grand Canyon and also featuring material from his time under water in the Hydrolab investigating coral growth – explores some of the conclusions drawn from Dr. Roth’s lifetime of experience.

You can watch the video on Vimeo.

Beauty, Darwin & Design

Explore the artistry and stunning implications of natural colors, patterns, and ornamentation in the animal and plant kingdoms that exist for a purpose beyond mere survival. This film is a part of The John 10:10 Project.

21 Biological Evidence for Shorter Chronology

An exciting and insightful look at Biological Evidence for a Shorter Chronology by Dr. Tim Standish

This Is My Father’s World

This video was created by Dan Weber, Director of Communication for the Adventist Church in North America, using footage he recorded during the course of his travels over several years. Please use this short film to foster worship in churches, personal meditation on the creation or for any other purpose that draws us to remember the Creator God of the Bible on this special Sabbath

You can download the video for offline viewing on Vimeo.

The Creation: The Earth Is a Witness

Watch “The Creation: The Earth is a Witness,” a day-by-day account of the biblical creation week, beginning with darkness before God created light and ending with Moses, the author of the Genesis account of creation, and his son, worshipping God on the seventh-day Sabbath. Seventh-day Adventist filmmaker Henry Stober spent four years filming the movie around the world.

You can download the video for offline viewing on Vimeo.

Dare To Believe


What Are You Worth


Darwin Revisited