Power for Christian believers – Pastor Craig Savige
Healing is in salvation – Samantha Savige
The anointing breaks the yoke – Matthew Verschuur
Teaser Trailer – The Final Church
This is the teaser trailer for the Purity Films production, the film The Final Church, due to be released in 2021. It deals with the modern idealogical war of Infidelity against the Church.
Ye must be born again – produced by Purity Films (Director’s edit, 2018) (72 mins)
“Ye Must Be Born Again” is a Christian action movie . If you would like to be involved in Christian film making, come and fellowship at Victory Faith Centre, Geelong, Australia.
Enjoy the story and watch to the very end:
It is the year 2028 AD. Paloma is warned in a vision of an imminent death threat against Aidan, the man who framed her and put her in prison. She nevertheless recruits the help of her friend Glen to find him. But the plans of Jelton, the evil minister of the Truth Alliance Churches, intrude and propel them all into danger. Guided by the words of the Bible, Paloma’s ultimate goal of making the message of the Gospel known is shown to all. The words of her God and Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ, declare that man’s fallen heart (spirit and soul) needs to be made new: “Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. … Ye must be born again.” (John 3:3, 7).
Valiant for the Truth of God – produced by Purity Films in 2012 (30 mins)
“Valiant for the Truth of God” is a Christian drama film emphasizing the importance of salvation through Christ alone.
When Amanda sees her friend Peter being led astray by the enticings of evil, she takes a spiritual stand. With the help of Sarah, who counsels her to trust in God, she leads Peter to Christ and thwarts the sinful plans of Simon. Peter’s only hope is to trust in Christ for salvation from sin.
Multiple fulfillment of Bible prophecy
A new book written by Matthew Verschuur and Craig Savige on Bible prophecy covering the prophecies of Daniel, the Olivet Discourse and Revelation. The focus of this book is to tie together past, present and future fulfilments of Bible prophecy using the traditional Protestant view as the basis.
It is co-authored by Matthew Verschuur who was the copyeditor of the electronic text of the standard edition of the King James Bible (the Pure Cambridge Edition) and Pastor Craig Savige of Victory Faith Centre.
For more information, visit www.bibleprotector.com/prophecy
Protestantism in prophecy
Does the Bible prophesy about Protestantism? What is the Word and Spirit movement? What are the implications of these things in relation to the King James Bible? (And what about Pentecostalism?)