Experience the story behind the film.
Son of God presents the life of Jesus to life as a major motion picture, now on DVD and Blu-ray. Share the film with your friends, and be sure to use our companion Scripture piece to relive the story of Jesus and his first followers. Order today
Official Scripture companion to the film
From Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, producers of the acclaimed miniseries The Bible, comes Son of God, a major motion picture telling the epic story of Jesus — now on DVD and Blu-ray. Son of God is a powerful opportunity to share your faith with family and friends.
Go deeper into the story of Jesus and his first followers, using our official companion booklet, Who Do You Say I Am? This NIV Bible resource presents the New Testament books of Luke and Acts in a reader-friendly format, along with captivating photos from the movie Son of God.
Just $1 per book when you order in cases of 50, Who Do You Say I Am? is a perfect outreach tool to share with followers of Jesus and those who want to learn more about him. You can...
- Give a copy to everyone you invite to see the film
- Read it before watching Son of God on DVD, to help prepare you for this life-changing movie experience
- Start a book club with your friends, reading Luke and Acts together after seeing the film
Get your copies today and experience the true story behind the film.
Free eBook version
You can also download a free eBook version of our official Scripture campanion to the Son of God film. Like the print version, the eBook edition includes the complete NIV text of Luke and Acts, along with photos from the movie. Download
We're thrilled to partner with Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, creators of The Bible miniseries and the new film Son of God, to help spread the good news about Jesus. Take a moment to watch this special invitation to experience God’s Word, from Roma and Mark.
And be sure to help spread the word about Son of God. Visit the official Son of God website for ideas and free tools you can use to tell others about the film. Spread the word
Published Tuesday, January 28, 2014