Based on the true story of an award-winning investigative journalist -- and avowed atheist -- who applies his well-honed journalistic and legal skills to disprove the newfound Christian faith of his wife... with unexpected, life-altering results.
America is in the midst of the Great Depression, and the Kamp family is struggling to get by. The older children do their best to take care of the family, but it’s the younger children who struggle most. Now, the Kamp siblings fully expect a Christmas without presents. But when William scrapes together a dollar in coins to use for Christmas gifts, everything begins to change.
On May 9, 1986, in the small, ranching community of Cokeville, Wyoming, David and Doris Young took an elementary school hostage for several hours before detonating a bomb inside a classroom that held every teacher and student in the school. In the wake of the madness, Ron Hartley, whose children were inside the classroom, must fight his skepticism and unbelief as he hears eyewitness accounts from the students about miraculous, heavenly intervention during the crisis. When tragedy strikes . . . what do you see?
Celebrating ten years of impact on families and fathers, this updated version of the film includes an enhanced look and sound along with impact stories, new scenes, and a new bonus ending you don’t want to miss!
The Drop Box tells the story of South Korean pastor Lee Jong-rak and his heroic efforts to embrace and protect the most vulnerable members of society. It is a heart-wrenching exploration of the physical, emotional and financial toll associated with providing refuge to orphans that would otherwise be abandoned on the streets. But The Drop Box movie is also a story of hope—a reminder that every human life is sacred and worthy of love.
Following his father’s suicide, Jackson (BooBoo Stewart) sets out to piece together the events leading up to his death. With the help of a church pastor Eric (Kevin Sorbo), and joined by a spunky pizza girl, Sophie (Rebeca Robles) who has a past of her own, Jackson begins a journey that may just yield more questions than it answers. What does it mean to be happy? What do we do with pain? Are we doomed to repeat our past?
I’m Not Ashamed is the inspiring and powerful true story of Rachel Joy Scott—the first student killed in the Columbine high school shooting in 1999. Includes both DVD and Blu-ray discs.
Years of bouncing from one foster care home to another have left Mason Jones (Patrick Davis) feeling unwanted and unloved. When the 17-year-old moves in with the Lewis family (Pete Freeland and Robin Lively), they seem just like all of his previous foster parents: middle aged, one child, and called by God to change his life. However, unlike the others, the Lewis family is determined to keep Mason around.
An intimate, heartfelt and inspiring story about the effect one child's battle and faith had on his family, friends and community. Inspired by a true story, it is a tale of inspiration, hope and redemption.
The CD features songs, poetry readings written by breast cancer survivors and beautiful, contemplative guitar pieces. The 40 minute DVD includes a music video, and documentary and interview pieces featuring interviews with breast cancer survivors.
Poverty Cure is a six-episode DVD series on human flourishing. This high-energy, 152-minute documentary-style series challenges conventional thinking and reframes the poverty debate around the creative capacity of the human person, made in the image of God. Listen to the voices of entrepreneurs, economists, political and religious leaders, missionaries, NGO workers, and everyday people as host Michael Matheson Miller travels around the world to discover the Christian foundations that allow human beings, families, and communities to thrive.
As fatherhood nears, Grant privately wrestles with his embarrassment and anger toward his own father. When he learns his father is terminally ill and his last wish is to see his son, father and son confront the past as they come face to face for the first time in 16 years.