Tane Shannon, an aerobics instructor and mother of two, lived a busy, productive life. But that abruptly changed one fateful August day when a local criminal named Radford broke into her home and kidnapped Tane. The abductor demanded a large ransom from her wealthy father. He imprisoned Tane in a motor home miles away.
Dr. Ray Guarendi, nationally known child psychologist and author, at his very best... and funniest. Appearing before a standing-room-only crowd, Dr. Ray delivers a 90-minute presentation that will have you rolling on the floor non-stop with laughter. It will convince you that you can be a better parent and raise great kids through strong discipline. This DVD can be watched over and over again; each time you'll pick up something new. Turn on the subtitles to catch even more of Dr. Ray's lightening speed stories and jokes.
This three-part series will help parents to appreciate the uniqueness of the preteen years. In program one you will learn this is your best chance to hold your child, spend time with him/her, instill values, read to him/her, help him/her to develop a sense of feeling and to teach the facts of sex. Program two illuminates the special characteristics of middle childhood, telling parents how to build loving relationships with their child. Program three examines the conscience and spiritual development of the child, and how the child derives identity, adequacy and worth.
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At age 23, Jean Stevens was diagnosed with the rare disease Scleroderma, which affects the body’s ability to produce the collagen needed to give the skin elasticity. Jean faced the disease with the vibrancy and determination that was more than admirable — it was inspirational. Yet a positive attitude wasn’t enough to deflect the onslaught of yet another disease, this time cancer.
Poverty in America is probably not what you think. Emmy Award-winning producer Linda Midgett shows us in this groundbreaking documentary a new face of poverty in America. About 50 million people in the United States live below the poverty line (In 2014- $23,850 for a family of 4) and one in four American children lives in poverty. But what is poverty in America? What defines “the line” and how can the church and community make a difference?
When Mourning Breaks explores the impact of pregnancy loss on emotions, relationships, marriage and faith. This program encourages compassion and offers hope for those who have experienced either a miscarriage or an elective abortion.
Briars in the Cotton Patch tells the story of Koinonia Farm where whites and blacks chose to live and work together in the Civil Rights era.
An insightful, four-part series comparing and contrasting Christianity and Islam.
Beth and her Brother, Digger, can hardly wait for the Christmas celebration to come, so they are excited to learn that the church has a special season of waiting and preparing in expectation of the coming Savior: the season of Advent.
This hour-long documentary powerfully demonstrates that those who are able to embark on a process towards forgiveness -- though heartrending and difficult -- find it to be the path to inner healing.
Through the centuries Christian philosophers have pondered the mysteries of the knowledge of God and the knowledge of self. John Calvin devoted an entire chapter to this in his Institutes of the Christian Religion so that, in knowing the character of God and the nature of man, believers might better comprehend the redeeming work of Jesus Christ.
Human trafficking and sexual abuse are real problems in all parts of the world, even our own neighborhoods. As Christians, we have a responsibility to help those who are in need. Hosted by Biblical Seminary and presented by professionals in the field, this DVD seminar addresses those pertinent issues.
This short video is intended to encourage parents who have already adopted children, to encourage those who are considering adoption and to speak to those people who are dealing with an unwanted pregnancy, so that they might consider the loving option of adoption.
Stretch and Pray DVD -- A companion to Murray D. Finck's popular Stretch and Pray book, this helpful DVD features Pastor Finck guiding you through forty gentle stretches, movements, and postures to improve physical and spiritual well-being. Stretch and Pray Book -- In this book, Finck provides a step-by-step guide to forty stretches to improve physical and spiritual well-being. Individuals can select the postures that work for them and customize a daily routine.
During spring break, Nathan Hanighan (Jason Burkey) returns home with a ring in his pocket for his high school sweetheart (Rachel Brooke Smith). Only to find she had fallen for his best friend (Ben Davies). Heartbroken, he moves to Angler Island, near his father (Kevin Sorbo), but circumstances force Nathan to return to Shelton Harbor. Living with his grandmother (Shelley Long), Hanighan begins falling for his grandmother's caregiver, Miranda Joelsey (Kelsey Sanders), his former best friend's sister