2007 Crown Award Winner - Best Screenplay (Gold) 2007 CrownAward Winner - Best Youth Film (Silver) 2007 Crown AwardWinner - Best Children's Film (Silver) 2007 Crown AwardWinner - Best Curriculum (Silver) 2007 Crown Award Winner -Best Picture (Bronze) The year is 1536. William Tyndale is ahunted fugitive. King Henry VIII has ordered his bountyhunters to stop at nothing to track down and arrest this'dangerous man.' His crime? Murder? Theft? Espionage? No.Nothing of the sort. William's 'crime' is translating theScriptures into English for the common people. The churchand government authorities have made it illegal to read,write or even speak the sacred Scriptures in English. Themost important book ever written is unavailable to those whodesperately need it. Convinced that God's Word is for allpeople, William defies the authorities and begins thedifficult and dangerous work of translating the Old and NewTestaments. This episode of The Torchlighters followsWilliam's adventures as he works in secret, moving from townto town as a fugitive to avoid capture. Friends and allieshelp him along, but enemies may be lurking around anycorner. Will he be able to complete his task before beingfound and arrested? Children will be challenged by William'sdevotion to bring God's word to every man, even at the riskof his own life.