Part 1: Before creating Narnia, C.S. Lewis was invited to share the hope of Christ with the people of Britain during World War II. And even in these dark days, the light of the gospel showed brightly.
Part 2: His radio talks inspired a generation to look to Christ during times of desperation. But what was it about C.S. Lewis that made him rise above other religious speakers of his day?
Part 3: The words shared by C.S. Lewis on the radio during WWII were meant for a generation who had lost their faith. But many people today still need to hear the same message that led so many to Christ.
Part 4: As bombs rained down on London, the words of C.S. Lewis fell on the hearts of thousands who needed good news. Many feared for their lives, but it was their souls that needed the most protection.
Part 5: The King of Great Britain called for a day of prayer. And when hundreds of thousands of soldiers were rescued from Dunkirk, many knew it was nothing short of a miracle.