Biblical Archaeology,  Documentaries,  Inspirational,  Mathew Backholer,  Missions,  Paul Backholer,  Video

ByFaith TV Documentaries now on Amazon Prime Video

Look out for ByFaith TV productions and co-productions with other Christian TV producers on Amazon Prime Video.

Short-Term Mission Adventures

The mission begins when two adventurers land in Asia, a continent of maximum extremes. After overcoming culture shock and difficult travel, the adventurous missionaries preach in the slums. From India they strike out into Nepal, Bangladesh, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam. The mission also touches down in the great cities of Europe – London, Paris, Rome, Dublin, Frankfurt and Amsterdam

Christian Revival & Holy Spirit Awakenings

Join revival historian and prolific author Mathew Backholer, as he joins Gordon Pettie in the Revelation TV studios to examine many powerful Christian revivals which shook the world. From the Hebridean Revival of 1949, the Welsh Revival of 1904, the Azusa Street Revival of 1906, the Korean Revival of 1907, the Layman’s Prayer Revival of 1857, the Ulster Revival of 1859, and many others.

The Bible’s Lost Ark of the Covenant: Where Is It?

The Ark of the Covenant was the greatest treasure in Solomon’s Temple, but when Jerusalem fell the Ark vanished from history. Now join two adventurers on their quest for the Ark of the Covenant, beginning at Mount Sinai where it was made, to Pharaoh Tutankhamun’s tomb, crossing the Sahara Desert into the underground rock churches of Ethiopia and beyond, in an epic adventure.

The Exodus Evidence

Join two adventurers as they investigate a three-thousand year old mystery, entering the tombs of ancient Egypt seeking the exodus evidence. Discover the first reference to Israel outside of the Bible in hieroglyphics, uncover ancient depictions of people with multi-coloured coats, encounter the Egyptian records of slaves making bricks and find lost cities mentioned in the Bible.

Glorious Christian Revival & Holy Spirit Awakenings

Discover the Welsh Revival (1904-1905), the Hebridean Revival (1949-1952) and the Evangelical Revival (1739-1791), with Evan Roberts, Duncan Campbell and John Wesley. Filmed on location.