A troubled teen is scooped up by a tough San Diego judge whose conscience causes her to bring the girl home with her to live. Together they face insecurities and personal problems to forge a special bond in this tale of survival, love, and family. Starring Jaclyn Smith, C. Thomas Howell, and Lyndsy Fonseca.
Based on the beloved novel by Joseph Girzone, Joshua is the story of what might happen if Jesus, going by the name Joshua, were to show up in a small town in Middle America. It is a modern parable about how compassion and charity can transform our modern world.
Probationary angel Jonathan Smith (Michael Landon) launches his campaign to earn his wings by performing good deeds on earth as Highway to Heaven begins its first network season.
Probationary angel Jonathan Smith (Michael Landon) still hasn't earned his wings by the time Highway to Heaven enters its third season, but that does not stay him from his earthly mission to perform good deeds and straighten out the problems of troubled mortals.
Probationary angel Jonathan Smith (Michael Landon) and his mortal sidekick Mark Gordon (Victor French) continue helping unfortunate souls and perform earthly good deeds as Highway to Heaven flutters into its second season on NBC.
This stirring drama is based on the life of Florence Nightingale, an aristocratic woman who defied Victorian society to reform hospital sanitation and to define the nursing profession as it is known today. Starring Jaclyn Smith, Claire Bloom, Timothy Dalton and Jeremy Brett.
Avonlea Christmas, a Road to Avonlea movie, pays tribute to the indomitable Hetty King. Always the focal point of town opinion as well as the town's leading educator, Hetty collapses with an unexpected health crisis during the holiday season. When she is hospitalized, feeling homesick and alone, she begins to reevaluate her relationships and her accomplishments in life. Avonlea Christmas touches on the frailty of life and the importance of relationships. It deals with the age-old dilemma of following one's heart or adhering to tradition.
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
How do you frame the rules for killing, once killing is an accepted solution for human suffering? What is the meaning of true compassion and dignity?
The Apostle's Creed is a Universal Creed for the Universal Church. The amazing document is a vibrant, living expression of the heart of faith. This 17-part series traces the origin of the Apostles’ Creed, placing it in its historical context. An international and interdenominational cast of notable theologians discuss each phrase of the Creed, emphasizing its relevance and application to our lives today. Widescreen.
This Bible study examines the group’s origins (Joseph Smith, the Book of Mormon, Brigham Young, and others); the discrepancy between Mormon beliefs and orthodox Christian teaching; the meaning of its rituals (baptism of the dead, endowments for the living and dead, temple garments, celestial marriage); and the prominence of the temple.
The Apostles' Creed is a living link that takes us over centuries to the Early Church. It's a bond that unites believers today from diverse cultures and traditions. It's a concise summary of Biblical faith taught to new believers in the Early Church prior to their being baptized.
A small group of believers earnestly prayed for Revival in England at the beginning of the twentieth century. Little did they know how God would answer that prayer - an answer that would impact the church worldwide. This revival would lead to the birth of Pentecostalism in Britain and awaken people to a new relationship with God.
Set against a moving sound track, American author F. LaGard Smith walks us through the English countryside, reflecting on themes that touch us all at points in our lives in a series of short timeless parables.