Series: Footprints of God

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Abraham: Father of Faith and Works (Footsteps of God series) [DVD with booklet] by Steve Ray
David/Solomon expanding the Kingdom [DVD] by Stephen Ray
Footprints of God: Apostolic Fathers (DVD) by Steve Ray
The Footprints of God: The Story of Salvation from Abraham to Augustine - APOSTOLIC FATHERS HANDING ON THE FAITH (VHS) by Stephen Ray
Jesus the Word Became Flesh: The Footprints of God; The Story of Salvation From Abraham to Augustine by Stephen Ray
Mary: The Mother of God -DVD by Stephen Ray
Moses: Signs, Sacraments, Salvation: Footprints of God by Steve Ray
Over Holy Ground - Footprints of God by St. Joseph Productions
Over Holy Ground A Heaven's Eye-View of the Land Where God Walked (DVD, approx. 30 min., 1 disk, Not Rated
Paul: Contending for the Faith: Footprints of God by Stephen Ray
Peter: Keeper of the Keys (Videorecording) by Stephen Ray

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