The Immortal Woman
In 1951, Henrietta Lacks died at the age of 31, but her cells live on in laboratories across the globe, giving rise to the nickname “the immortal woman.” HeLa cells are integral in the treatment and study of the major diseases of our day, bringing hope and health to innumerable patients. Join John Bradshaw for the story of Henrietta Lacks and learn about the immortality offered to you through Christ.
Learn the story of the Reformation and why it matters today more than ever. Join President John Bradshaw on a unique journey in the footsteps of the Reformers with nine new, must-see, on-location programs titled 500.