William Tyndale

England's most wanted man
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Translating the Bible into English

William Tyndale tops King Henry VIII’s “Most Wanted” list in 1535 and is being pursued across Europe by the king’s bounty hunters. What is his crime? Murder? Theft? No, William’s “crime” is translating the Bible into English for the common people. Watch as this Torchlighter risks his life in order to bring the Scripture to all.

Kids

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Curriculum

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What People are Saying

“Realistic”

The realistic animation, energetic characterizations, and fast-paced plot will keep viewers engrossed.

School Library Journal
July 2006

“Excellent Film”

The William Tyndale Story is an excellent film… The recommended age range is eight to twelve, but my six-year old liked it well enough and the film provided us a wonderful opportunity to talk about how blessed we are to have the freedom to read and study God’s Word.

Tim Challies
Author and blogger

“Meaningful”

Many of my [students], even though they’re high school age, have expressed how much the Torchlighter series has meant to them. It has motivated them to pursue the Lord more, to rest more in him, to share him more with others. How wonderful!

Zack Shaffer
Christian school educator

“Inspiring”

When you see what God can do through a Torchlighter, who is completely devoted to the Lord, your children (and you) will be inspired to serve Him more fully.

Betsy Lawrence

William Tyndale

“If the curates will not teach the gospel, the layman must have the Scripture, and read it for himself, taking God for his teacher.”

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