Reader response to the WND Superstore’s “Spring Cleaning Sale” – featuring dozens of popular products dramatically reduced in price, some down to 99 cents – has been so strong, we have doubled the number of items now available at crazy-low prices.
Right now, here are a few highlights of what you’ll find in our “Spring Cleaning Sale,” with an emphasis on Easter:
- “The Son of God” (movie). Price temporarily slashed from MRSP of $29.99 to only $5.99.The larger-than-life story of the New Testament gets a larger-than-life treatment in the stand-alone feature “Son of God.”Told with the scope and scale of an action epic, the film features powerful performances, exotic locales, dazzling visual effects and a rich orchestral score from Oscar-winner Hans Zimmer. Portuguese actor Diogo Morgado portrays Jesus as the film spans from his humble birth through his teachings, crucifixion and ultimate resurrection. It marks the first motion picture about Jesus’ life since Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ.”“The best on-screen biblical account of the life of Jesus! … It is one of those rare pictures that features stirring music, a great story, and a superb cast. … It will take you on a powerful, compelling and, in the end, spiritual journey.” — The Dove Foundation
- Many of the best teaching videos of bestselling author Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, temporarily drastically reduced, including:“The Mystery of the Rains” (Movie), retail $12.95, now only $1.95.
- Also, “The Mystery of the Leper King” (Movie), retail price $12.95, now temporarily reduced to only 99 cents!
- “The Passion of the Christ” (Blu-Ray Wide Screen). With Easter almost here, no more powerful movie about the most important event in history has ever been made.Academy Award-winning director Mel Gibson’s stunning film focuses on the last 12 hours of the life of Jesus of Nazareth.The film opens in Gethsemane where Jesus has gone to pray after the Last Supper. The events that follow are adapted from the four gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.From the scene where Jesus is questioned by Caiaphas about whether he is the Son of God and replies “I AM” – which to Caiaphas justifies the charge of blasphemy – to Peter’s denial of knowing Jesus, to the remorseful Judas who, tormented by demons, flees the city and hangs himself, this film is filled with emotion, inspiration and a gut-wrenching reality.The film reaches its climax as Jesus carries the cross along the Via Dolorosa to Calvary. Simon of Cyrene is unwillingly pressed into carrying the cross for Jesus. Jesus is crucified and, after his death, a single drop of rain falls from the sky. Jesus is lowered from the cross to his mother Mary, who looks directly at the audience in this Pieta scene. The movie ends with Jesus’ resurrection and exit from the tomb, with the holes in his hands from the nails visible as he walks.This seamless combination of stunning cinematography and inspirational acting makes “The Passion of the Christ” a masterpiece in filmmaking.
- “The Gospel of John” (film).In what it calls “the first-ever, word-for-word unedited movie adaptation” of The Gospel According to John, Lionsgate Studios released this spectacular film that tells the story of Jesus from John’s Gospel, with its own unique characteristics. For John, Jesus is the Word of God made human. John is clear that that when we encounter Jesus, we encounter God. The Gospel writer points to the miracles (the “signs”) and teachings as evidence of Jesus’ special relationship as the divine Son of God.This full-length feature film about the life of Jesus takes the actual Gospel text as its script, word for word, unedited. Five years in the making, this epic production has been critically acclaimed by leading religious scholars as a unique and highly authentic telling of the Jesus story. Narrated by leading British actor David Harewood (“Homeland,” “Blood Diamond,” “Merchant of Venice”), it is based on the latest theological, historical and archaeological research. With specially constructed sets and the extraordinarily authentic villages and countryside of rural Morocco, it immerses the viewer in the world of first-century Palestine.”The Gospel of John” DVD includes three different biblical text translations – the New International Version, the King James Version and the 1960 Spanish Reina-Valera translation –and five behind-the-scenes featurettes looking at the making of the film.
- “The Marketing of Evil AUDIOBOOK” (4 CDs) reduced from $27.99 to only $16.99.”The Marketing of Evil” remains, year after year, one of the most talked-about and polarizing books on America’s raging culture war – praised as essential reading by major Christian and Jewish leaders, while simultaneously being condemned, banned, and the object of the vicious legal persecution. Now, bestselling author and WND Managing Editor David Kupelian has recorded his blockbuster book, “The Marketing of Evil,” as a 4-CD audiobook for WND Books.
- “In the Face of Evil: Reagan’s War in Word and Deed.” This stunning documentary film, produced by former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, tells the incredible story of Ronald Reagan’s 40-year struggle and ultimate triumph against communism. To understand the tremendous emotional impact of this film, remember that despite all the nice things said about Ronald Reagan after his death, America’s establishment elite always despised him, awarding him meaningless and vacuous praise such as “the great communicator.” But they had nothing but contempt for him.
Watch the trailer for “In the Face of Evil”:
As Peter Schweizer, author of “Reagan’s War,” the book on which “In the Face of Evil” is based, says:
“Today, it is fashionable to explain that victory in the Cold War was a group effort, including every American president from Truman to Reagan. Former president Gerald Ford says the credit doesn’t belong to any one leader but to the American people, as if who happened to be in charge really didn’t matter. Others, such as former secretary of state Madeleine Albright, contend that it was the ultimate team effort. ‘There were the communists and there were us; the good guys and the bad guys … it was fairly easy to understand.’ If Reagan did anything, says [historian Robert] Dallek, it was simply to stand on the shoulders of every other Cold War president before him.”
Such nonsense evaporates in light of the true story, so hauntingly and compellingly told in Bannon’s “In the Face of Evil.”
Other key items in the WND Superstore’s “Spring Cleaning Sale” this week include:
- “30-Hour Emergency Candle.” This candle is a must for any survival kit and ideal to have in the event of an emergency, power outage or even outdoor use. It burns clean, with no odor or smoke, for up to 30 hours, making it a perfect solution for indoor use. The adjustable wick can be drawn up and used as a ministove. Reduced from $5.99 each to only $1.99.
- “Emergency Cook Kit.” The QuickStove Emergency Cook Kit is an essential emergency preparedness item. It includes a stainless steel cooking pot and the Cube Stove with two Fire Starters. Was $39.99, now for a limited time only $19.99.
- “Ultimate Auto Guardian Kit.” Never be stranded without all of these items in the trunk of your car. Formerly $120, now only $44.39. (You save over $75.)
- “Every Boy Needs a Hero.” This feature-length Christian movie, temporarily reduced to only 99 cents, stars Burgess Jenkins (“Remember the Titans,” “Nashville,” “The Shunning”) as Joe Finn, a legendary children’s baseball coach who prioritizes fame and fortune in the big leagues over time with his family. When his wife takes ill, Joe has no choice but to return home and pick up where he left off with his now-adult son, David. In an attempt to reconnect, Joe and David form a new baseball league to reinvigorate an underdog little league team. In an ironic twist, Joe requires the fathers of his new players to prioritize their sons’ baseball games over their own respective careers. From two producers of “Alone Yet Not Alone” comes a heartfelt movie about forgiveness, compassion and family.
“Every Boy Needs a Hero” is not just another baseball movie. It’s about restoring and strengthening relationships between fathers and their children. It’s a movie that reminds viewers of what is truly important and encourages them to get their life’s priorities right.
- “Emergency Personal Water Straw Filter.” This terrific and vital preparedness item – now reduced to half-price – guarantees easy access to clean and safe drinking water anywhere. It filters at least 1,000 liters of water and removes 99.9 percent of waterborne bacteria, enabling you to drink directly from streams if necessary.
- “Family Medical Emergencies” (DVD). Reduced 80 percent to only $2.99, this presentation – which includes a 24-page “Pocket Medical Guide” – was prepared in cooperation with the American College of Emergency Physicians, to provide viewers with a basic knowledge of what to do immediately following a medical emergency event before trained medical assistance arrives on the scene.Medical emergencies addressed include: bleeding injuries, broken bones, burns, choking, drowning, poisoning, need for resuscitation, roadside first aid at the site of a car accident, allergic reactions, insect bites and stings, as well as shock. Medical doctors explain the diagnoses and demonstrate the treatment of each of these emergencies. A real lifesaver.
Other items included in WND’s “Spring Cleaning Sale” this week include:
- “Zum Assorted Soap Lovers Lather Lovers Pack.”
- “Gold Tree of Life 12-inch Vase.”
- “Handguns 101: A Guide for New Shooters (DVD).
- “Trapped In Hitler’s Hell” (Movie).
- “Risen Without a Doubt” (film).
To see all of these items and more – prices slashed on all – visit the WND Superstore’s “Spring Cleaning Sale” now!