Underground Reality: Vietnam.

underground.jpg I am disappointed to report that Voice of the Martyrs is no longer offering Underground Reality: Vietnam. However, I am pleased to announce that it is now available for rent here from Netflix.

I highly recommend this video. This is a must-see video and it should be shown in all youth groups.

The DVD describes itself as follows:

See what happens when eight ordinary teens set out on a mission to meet the underground church in Vietnam. Travel with The Voice of the Martyrs and a group of American and Australian teenagers as they journey through cities and jungles in order to witness the everyday life of the Vietnamese underground church.

These teens come from the nominal, lukewarm Christian churches so common in America, Europe, and Australia, but by the end of their journey (which includes smuggling Bibles) you see their lives transformed by the realization of what it truly means to be a Christian when your life and liberty are at stake.

The two hour DVD is broken into four half hour episodes and will keep the attention of even its younger viewers.


*** Update ***

The Voice of the Martyrs has made this video available again. You can order it here.

One thought on “Underground Reality: Vietnam.

  1. In this same post over at Reformation Nation, Derlin left the following comment:

    I’m not sure where you got your information that Underground Reality: Vietnam is no longer available from VOM. It is. In fact, for May, it is a featured item in their store! The May newsletter insert says that several groups were calling for VOM to stop selling the DVD saying that persecution is no longer an issue in Vietnam, however they have not stopped distributing it.

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    Dear Derlin:

    Thank you for your comment. You are right, they are now selling it again. For a while there it was not available. I too just received the VOM newsletter stating it’s available again. This is a great video and I recommend it to everyone.

    Thanks.

    - The Pilgrim

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