Jesus (Motion Picture)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: CN 581
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews with Stoyka Todorova Krasteva-Meyer, in which she describes her childhood in Bulgaria, the Communist culture in that country, her conversion to Christianity, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship's work in the country, the beginnings of a an indigenous campus ministry in the country, her attendance at International Fellowship of Evangelical Leaders conferences in Germany, Korea and Bulgaria; impressions of evangelical leaders, such as Samuel Escobar and John Stott; and a...
Identifier: CN 605
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Omungu, a Kenyan of the Luo tribe. Topics covered include his family background, his parents’ faith, his own conversion at a Billy Graham meeting and the development of his spiritual life through the years, his education at Pan Africa Christian College, his experiences as an ordained Anglican priest in several churches, including All Saints Cathedral in Nairobi; Anglicanism in Kenya; the larger Christianity community in Kenya, particularly the impact of...
Identifier: CN 641
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews with David Kirwa Tarus, a Kenyan pastor and theologian. Tarus describes the ministry of his parents; growing up in Kenya; his conversion; spiritual development; Scott Theological College; the Africa Inland Church in Kenya; Scott’s satellite campus in Eldoret; the general condition of Christianity in Kenya; his impressions of the United States and Wheaton Graduate School; the 2008 election of Barak Obama. The interview covers the time period 1979-2008.David...
Identifier: CN 660
Scope and Contents Correspondence, memos, minutes, reports, transcripts, schedules, manuals, policy statements, magazine and newspaper clippings, curricula, audio recordings, videos, photographs, slides and other materials documenting the work of the Commission. This was an alliance of over eighty American Protestant ministries, churches and business (almost all Evangelical) that, in agreement with the Russia government, entered the country on a five year contract to train Russian educators to teach Christian...
Dates: 1989-1998; Majority of material found in 1992-1995
Identifier: CN 669
Scope and Contents Three oral history interviews with Samuel Boateng in which he describes his family and growing up in an impoverished part of Accra, Ghana; journey to faith as a Christian; personal witness and devotional practices; starting a youth group in his Pentecostal church; education in Ghana, South Africa, United Kingdom, and the United States; leadership in Ghana Fellowship of Evangelical Students at the University of Cape Coast; church planting ministry, influential mentors including Gottfried and...
Identifier: CN 714
Scope and Contents Photograph and oral history interview with Julius Hagan, an evangelist and church planter from Ghana. Topics discussed in interviews include early family life in Accra, Ghana, Christian culture of Ghana, school life, struggle with alcohol, conversion and freedom from addiction, further education, spiritual disciplines and experiences, evangelism through the Christlike Disciplemakers Movement and Bible College, work evangelizing fellow students at the University of Ghana and Ghent University,...
Dates: 24 January 2020
Identifier: CN 728
Scope and Contents Oral history with Saruni Patrick Lemargeroi in which describes his childhood as a Maasai Moran (warrior) and herdsman in Kenya; conversion after viewing the Jesus film; his education at Moffat Bible College, Africa International University, and Wheaton Graduate School; call to be a minister among pastoral nomads; contextualizing Christianity within Maasai culture; Pentecostalism among the Maasai; the status of the Africa Inland Church in Kenya. The time period covered by the interview is...