"The Living Christ Series" by Cathedral Films is a 12 part Bible movie that tells the complete Gospel story
of the life and death of Jesus Christ. Filmed in color between 1951 and 1957, the series begins with the Old Testament prophesies of Isaiah and Christ's coming, and then faithfully dramatizes the birth, ministry,
crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Produced by the Rev. James K. Friedrich. Directed by John T. Coyle.
One of the crowning achievements of Cathedral Films was the critically acclaimed 12-part series "Life of St. Paul" produced between 1949 and 1951. Each exquisitely produced half-hour episode is grounded in the
historical accounts of the apostle's life and missionary work. Produced by the Rev. James K. Friedrich. Directed by John T. Coyle.
Excellent docu-drama about 18th century shoemaker and Baptist minister William Carey who journeyed to India in 1793 to spread the Gospel and fulfill "The Great Commission."
A Chinese farmer, devastated by the war, returns home with his family to face poverty and grave problems. He is helped by his Christian wife, neighbors and the agricultural mission.
A defiant Chinese Christian pastor, who has been conducting secret religious services in Communist China, is discovered and tortured. He escapes and fears for his people.
Compelling documentary snapshot of the social, humanitarian and political conditions in 1953 war-torn Korea, all told from the perspective of Christians who served.
A young Christian man in India accepts Christ and comes into conflict with the pagan beliefs of his stern father.
True story of Li Po, a 9-year-old Chinese orphan boy who has had three sets of parents. When he is caught stealing, a missionary with a local orphanage intervenes.