What would it look like if Jesus were born in the 21st Century? Savior is a contemporary interpretation of the Christmas story set in modern England. Mary and Joe are working class twenty-somethings planning for their wedding and trying make ends meet. Everything changes when a supernatural visitor announces to Mary that she will bear the Savior of the world!
This 1935 British film version of Charles Dickens’ holiday classic stars Sir Seymour Hicks as the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, who scoffs at the yuletide spirit around him. But on Christmas Eve, he embarks on a journey led by three spirits who convince him to mend his ways and embrace the joys of Christmas.
Ashley takes a job as an assistant to Nick, a sort of "Secret Santa" who helps others anonymously, and agrees to keep it a secret. But then she meets Will, a magazine writer who uncovers what she is doing. As Ashley and Nick help people in need, Ashley tries to protect Nick’s secret, and her own heart. This Dove-approved holiday film is sure to be a Christmas classic cherished for generations. Starring Bruce Davison, KC Clyde, and Kari Hawker. Widescreen.
Veteran sports anchor, Bruce Dalton, lives life “for the win.” But, to his family, friends, and those around him, that’s not always a positive thing. After getting into a brawl with a referee at his son’s basketball game, Dalton is sentenced to community service as a Salvation Army bell ringer during the Christmas season. Approaching even raising donations and filling food baskets as a game to be won, things quickly go south. Will Dalton learn that life isn’t a win-or-lose game, but a sport best played as a team? Dalton’s job and relationship with his family hang on that very question.
After Lizzie is suspended from school, her parents send her to her grandmother Mary's ranch over Christmas. She would rather be elsewhere—until she meets a pony named Hope. When she learns that the property is in foreclosure, she's afraid of losing Hope and her second home. Can she devise a plan to save all that she loves?
Aspiring musician Evie Lee thought it would be a quick trip home: a funeral, a few well-wishers, hang around for a couple days to help her grandfather and younger brother, then head back to Los Angeles. But now, Evie must choose between two very different paths - go back to her "Hollywood" life and once again leave those who truly care about her or stay in Balsam Falls, face her fears, and rediscover her roots.
Just days before the event, Curtain Call Productions was alerted by its friends in Israel that the Upper Galilee Choir and Ranaana Symphonette Orchestra would be performing Handel's Messiah at Tabgha, the traditional site of Jesus Christ's miracle of feeding the five thousand along the Sea of Galilee. Working quickly and in close coordination with The Benedictine Monastery Tabgha, a professional video and audio team with 5 digital cameras and 16 microphones assembled in sanctuary of Church of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fish and recorded this inspiring performance on December 14, 2002.
A fast-moving exploration of all the major sites featured in the Gospels. Starting with the Annunciation, David Nunn follows through the Gospel drama chronologically, providing fascinating and illuminating insights into the life of Jesus. From Bethlehem, David takes us to Nazareth and its surrounding terrain, which witnessed so much of the Old Testament history of Israel. Then it is on to the wilderness, where John called people to repent, then to the River Jordan.
Everybody knows the story of Santa Claus, the red–suited figure who lives at the North Pole and distributes gifts to good children every Christmas eve. But is there any historical evidence on which this jolly old character is based? Was there a real Santa Claus? To answer that question, host Mark Wilson, a distinguished historian and archeologist travels not to the North Pole but to modern day Turkey and Italy. There he uncovers clues that lead to the truth about the man behind the legend.
Filmed and recorded at Dublin's St. Patrick's Cathedral and Galway's famed Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, this two-hour soul-stirring concert features hundreds of voices, including America’s West Point Glee Club, soloist Dennis O'Neill, Bernadette Greevy, Catherine Coates, the Galway Baroque Singers and the choristers of Belfast Cathedral.
The King is Born: What Christmas is About recounts the moving and life changing story of the birth of God's Son, whose humble beginnings would alter the future of mankind. Celebrate the true meaning of Christmas with Brother Francis, in this heart- warming and inspirational episode.
Scholars debate whether the Star of Bethlehem is a legend created by the early church or a miracle that marked the advent of Christ. Could it be that the star was the result of an document-able cosmic event? Presenter Rick Larson walks you through Biblical, historical and scientific clues revealing the incredible significance of this celestial event as well as the vastness of God's creativity.
When a budding journalist is sent to Christmas Town to cover their annual Christmas Cookie bake-off, she finds herself competing with the four-time winner for the blue ribbon and for the affections of a town councilman.