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.
In this colorful, award-winning PBS documentary, Mennonite historian John Ruth takes us sympathetically into the Amish mindset. An updated look at Amish origins, beliefs, farm life, childhood, school, worship, recreation, courtship, horse transportation, barn-raising, land pressures and cottage industry.
Lourdes is the most famous of all shrines to the Virgin Mary. Every year it attracts thousands of pilgrims. But Lourdes is not only about spectacular "miracles." Its central theme is that of inner healing. Lourdes is about physical and spiritual healing, recollection, prayer and inner peace.
Walk hand-in-hand with four cancer patients who discover new meaning and purpose for their lives even as they face an unknown future. These courageous individuals testify about how their faith sustained them every step of the way from diagnosis through treatment and how hope in Christ continues to guide them on their unexpected journey.
Psalm 23 is one of the best known and loved passages in the Bible. Its words of comfort and encouragement have been a support to many in difficult times. Ken Curtis was diagnosed with advanced cancer with little prospect for survival. He pursued a combination of traditional and alternative medicine, undergirded by a strong spiritual dimension and prayer support team. Psalm 23 was a vital part of his spiritual component. Here are 13 meditations providing a combination of candid personal experience of what it means to battle cancer and the spiritual resources available through this Psalm.
Peter Jackson is an accomplished British pianist who has been blind since the age of two. In this live performance recorded before an audience in Fraserburgh, Scotland, Peter plays favorite hymns as well as classical and jazz pieces. He also shares his amazing story of faith and perseverance.
About Miracles features four dramatic, true stories about modern day miracles. Told by the actual people involved and featuring gripping reenactments, these stories will amaze you as they strengthen your faith.
"The Touch of the Master's Hand" is an inspirational and captivating film that speaks eloquently to the worth and potential of every individual. This film parable, based on the beloved poem by Myra Brooks Welch, illustrates why all life is valuable and that anyone can find renewal and begin again.
On the eve of her Amish wedding, Katie discovers some startling news from her parents that will forever change all she has ever known and bring hope to what the distant future will hold.
A gifted high school football player must learn to boldly embrace his talent and his faith as he battles racial tensions on and off the field in Woodlawn, a moving and inspirational new film based on the true story of how love and unity overcame hate and division in early 1970s Birmingham, Ala.
Pastor and host Michael Newman takes a look at scripture's most vile character: Satan. Using interviews and expert commentary, this creative and captivating program provides solid Biblical teaching on the reality of Satan and teaches how believers can overcome his many deceptions.
What are miracles? Are miracles possible and, if so, how do we know? Do miracles happen and, if so, what is their purpose? What attitudes should we take towards reports of miracles? How might miracles impact on our prospects for future happiness? What are the perspectives of science, theology, and philosophy on miracles today?
The true story of a special relationship between two pro football players, Gale Sayers (Billy Dee Williams) and Brian Piccolo (James Caan), who first made news as the NFL’s first interracial roommates. Piccolo’s heroic fight against cancer and the constant support and friendship of Sayers make this a moving and unforgettable film.
Chain of Life tells the inspirational story of Rick Boyle, a man who overcame extraordinary obstacles to become an avid long distance bicyclist, mentor of young people, and a teacher in his church.
Trappist monks trace their history through 1,700 years of Western civilization. In this documentary, the reality of monastic life, as lived at Mepkin Abbey, a Trappist monastery in South Carolina, combines with fascinating images of the past to explore how the humility, contemplation, and simple life of monks fit into the modern world.
This is the edited for television version of the nine-hour "Apostles' Creed" curriculum series by award winning producer-director T.N. Mohan of Samford Media Group.