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Moravian Mission Machine: DVD

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Dean Taylor and Mike Atnip. On Christmas Eve, 1741, the Moravians founded Bethlehem, PA. The brothers and sisters there lived communally. The main purpose of this community was to provide the funding and training to send missionaries out to the Indians. This is the exciting story of a people giving all for Christ.

This color video documentary tells the story of the Moravians from their exile from Bohemia through their time at Herrnhut with Count Zinzendorf and their missionary journeys. As mentioned, it particularly focuses on the community at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The Moravian missionaries had more success in their missions to the Indians than did most other groups.
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This DVD is more than a historical survey - it is a quest to discover the secret that propelled the Moravian brethren to surrender themselves to the Lamb and His Kingdom. Be prepared to find answers that are outside of your box! Using the experiences of the Moravians, Brothers Dean and Mike make a compelling case that the choice to live united invites the blessing of God (Psalm 133:3). From inauspicious beginnings as contentious refugees, Christ fashioned these radical men and women into peaceful pilgrims with a militant machine to win the world for their King. The DVD traces their early struggles, the power of Christ at work at Herrnhutt, and extensively covers the mission community the brothers and sisters established at Bethlehem, PA. Watch this DVD and you will find yourself prostrate alongside the Moravians at the Lamb's throne pleading for a fresh outpouring of His life through community. And as the message fittingly concludes, Do it again, Lord!