Dianne Parker (Kimberly Williams) meets and marries the handsome and charismatic Mark McCune (Eric Close), never noticing the quiet attention of his brother, David (Campbell Scott), a soft-spoken pediatrician. Their marriage seems perfect until the birth of their daughter, Julia, a baby with genetic abnormalities. Mark, who can't face the idea of a less-than-perfect child, walks out, leaving Dianne to confront the challenges of being a single mom. In the process, Dianne learns that love is more than what you feel for someone — it's what you're willing to give of yourself.
A heartwarming story for the whole family, Just Where I Belong is a beautiful adventure bursting with love and hope. When Julia, a lonely foster child, discovers an injured rabbit on Christmas Eve, she forms an unlikely friendship with an eccentric old farmwoman (Florence Henderson) who vows to nurse the bunny back to health. In the process, Julia’s own heart is healed and she forges a bond with her adoptive family that makes her holidays one she—and you—will never forget. Rated PG. Widescreen.
A film on the life of Jesus so true-to-life you'll feel like you are in first-century Palestine with the Savior. Jesus was filmed on location in Israel in Biblical settings with a cast of more than 5,000 Israelis and Arabs. Virtually every word is taken directly from the Gospel of Luke. Jesus has been translated into hundreds of languages and is used internationally as an evangelistic tool.
For young Joanne, an American living with her grandparents (including Rosemary Harris) in Holland, the war seems worlds away. But when the Germans start crossing over the border, and her mother is killed in Rotterdam, Joanne is thrown headlong into the restrictions and rules of Nazi occupation.
When a high school football star is suddenly stricken with irreversible, total blindness, he must decide whether to live a protected life or summon the courage to continue playing football with the encouragement of his friends and determined coach. Based on a true story.
This is the inspiring story of America's first native-born saint, Mother Seton. Kate Mulgrew gives a moving performance as St. Elizabeth Seton, a convert to Catholicism who overcame the great tragedy of the deaths of her young husband and two children, and went on to found the American Sisters of Charity and the first American Catholic schools. A film of unusual strength and beauty. Also starring Lorne Greene, John Forsythe, and Rossano Brazzi.
One night. One hope. One nation under God. Where is our country heading ... and what can we as Christians do to help set the right course of direction? Nearing a pivotal marker in our nation’s history, Kirk Cameron realized God has given His children a timeless message for such a time as this. Featuring teaching, worship, prayer, and thoughtful discussion, Revive Us challenges believers to faithfully lead the way. Kirk turns to Scripture to offer encouragement, reminding us there is still hope for our great nation. The time is at hand for God to Revive Us.
Years after his wife Kate died, Ned Stevens still hates the idea of dating. After all, why would he start dating again when he has his daughter Liz to take care of? But when Liz brings a surprise home with her during a visit from college, Ned's world is turned upside down.
A Christian girl, Rachel Whitaker, goes off to college for her freshman year and begins to be influenced by her popular Biology professor who teaches that evolution is the answer to the origins of life. When Rachel’s father senses something changing with his daughter, he begins to examine the situation and what he discovers catches him completely off guard. Now, very concerned about Rachel drifting away from her Christian faith, he tries to do something about it. Widescreen.
These two films are high adventure, full of intrigue, but also clearly present the wonderful Good News of the Gospel. Includes DANGER ON THE PIONEER EXPRESS and BADROCK VALLEY GANG.
On her deathbed, a Grandmother’s last wish is for her estranged family to come together for her final days. Upon their arrival intrigue begins to build around a secret letter she has placed in a locked wooden box, but little do they know, a miracle is on the horizon for the gathering.
This breathtakingly beautiful documentary chronicles the heroic and harrowing journey that emperor penguins make amid subfreezing temperatures and violent snowstorms at the South Pole in order to mate.
An eight-year-old boy is willing to do whatever it takes to end World War II so he can bring his father home. This story reveals the indescribable love a father has for his little boy and the love a son has for his father. Rated PG-13.
When the family patriarch dies suddenly, the Delvecchio's are thrown into crisis. Family secrets and simmering feuds between brothers, fathers and sons threaten to undo the family until God intervenes.
Born tongue-tied and dyslexic and suffering at the hands of abusive parents, Robert Hicks seemed to be doomed to a life of pain and poverty. But a miraculous transformation would allow him to become a remarkably productive businessman and prolific publisher of gospel literature.
Calvin Campbell is a self-destructive former pro-baseball player whose faith in God is restored when he meets Produce, an inspirational man with Down syndrome. As their friendship develops, Calvin is reminded that hope grows in the most unlikely places. Starring Danica McKellar, Brook Burns, William Zabka, and more. Rated PG-13.
When a local pastor is shaken to the core by the visible faith of an old street-corner preacher, he is reminded that true belief always requires action. His response ignites a faith-fueled journey that powerfully impacts everyone it touches in ways that only God could orchestrate.
This popular 1950's Western series revolves around a recently widowed horse rancher named Jim Newton (Peter Graves) and his adopted son, Joey. Joey, his faithful horse Fury, and his fun-loving pals find wild adventures and delightful mischief around every corner. 17 classic episodes