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Come By Here
Note: we are out of VHS copies of "Come By Here." DVD's are now available.
Shipping Weight: 1.00 pounds see some stills showing the making of "Come By Here"
"Come By Here"
is the second film made in Hauna Village, Papua New Guinea, near the middle
of the process of translating the Sepic Iwam New Testament. A visit to a distant
village at the invitation of one of it's residents reveals a new church building.
Although no outsider has ever been to their village, the people say they wanted
to be ready for someone to come and tell them about God. So, they are waiting,
they say, for someone to come by here. This video starts with an insightful
and entertaining glimpse into a n exotic culture, and ends with a powerful call
to commitment to missions. An Angel Award winner.
(NTSC, 1981, 25:35)
Extras on the "Return to Hauna" DVD:
Hauna Work Team
Stuck in the Stadium
What About Your Kids?
Filmmakers' Commentary Track
"Return to Hauna" Preview