Based on the novel by best-selling, faith-based author Robert Whitlow, Jimmy is a story about an overlooked, mentally-challenged boy who views the world through his own unique lens. Through the course of life-changing events during one fall season, Jimmy's family and those around him come to fully realize his impact on their community.
Kevin and Dawn lost their four-year-old son to cancer, and Bob and Chris lost their teenage son in a tragic car accident. These parents didn't choose to take that devastating journey through grief. But it's how they took the journey that's made all the difference. Join these two courageous couples as they share their stories of loss, heartache, and hope.
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.
For many years, Ed Dobson served as a pastor, offering his congregation hope in times of discouragement, pain, and loss. However, when he was diagnosed with ALS and told that he only had 2 to 5 years to live, he was devastated. Suddenly, the reality of death left him in need of the support and care that he had for so long given to others.
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 Miracles of Jesus is an excellent introduction to thirteen miracle stories from the Holy Gospels - each with an introduction, a reading from Sacred Scripture (illustrated on-screen), followed by a brief commentary that focuses especially on the two elements that Catholics care about the most: "What does the Church teach about this?" and, "How does it apply to my life today?"
Evil is real and ever present in a world where wars, disasters, and personal pain persist. In the midst of it all, the response is often the same. Where is God? Why would He let this happen? Although no one has all the answers, you can find hope and encouragement to help you think through these questions about evil and why God allows it in the Bible study The Problem of Evil.
Using the untold story of Christian music legend Russ Taff, I Still Believe reveals how the redeeming power of the gospel can change hearts, save lives and hold a marriage together through the unimaginable obstacles of abuse, anger, shame and alcoholism.
Based on a true story, this is the uplifting tale of a little girl's physical and emotional reawakening after a car crash claims her father -- and her spirit. The accident leaves 10-year-old Sunny Mathews (Kelsey Mulrooney) unable to walk without crutches and emotionally wounded, causing her to withdraw from life. Miraculously, things begin to change when she and her mother move next door to a horse ranch where she develops an affinity for Ben, and a love for a mean-spirited, crippled horse named Ginger.