Husband-and-wife singing duo Joey+Rory wanted more to life … so they chose less. Experience the incredible true story of Joey and Rory Feek, intimately filmed by the couple over two and a half years. The documentary follows the Feeks from the birth of their daughter Indiana, born with Down Syndrome, through Joey's struggle with and ultimate surrender to cancer - all amidst their never-ending hope in something far greater. God gave Joey+Rory a love story for the ages, one that is sure to inspire hope and faith in all who experience it.
During the 90 minutes he is declared dead after a traffic accident, Don Piper experiences love, joy, and life like he's never known. But when he finally wakes in the hospital, Heaven's bliss is replaced by excruciating pain and emotional turmoil. With the support of his family and community, Don clings to his faith and fights to recover the life he's lost.
Belle (Vivien Cardone), an animal loving 12-year-old, becomes sullen and withdrawn after her mother's death in an automobile accident. Rebelling against her father (Jason London), she is sent to live at the horse farm of her gruff maternal grandfather (Peter Coyote). With the help of the animals, Belle's work on the farm transforms the entire family. Life and death take on new meaning as the family makes some tough choices involving compassion, trust, and letting go of the past in order to find hope in the future.
After a toy factory owner and his wife get an unexpected visit from a precocious 7-year-old boy, their world will be turned upside-down! Deciding to take him in as a foster child, they begin a miraculous adventure that showcases the joy of family.
One night while chasing two suspects, Officer Bryan Lawrence is kicked in the face and instantly paralyzed. Forced to depend on others for the simplest things, Bryan is determined to keep his promise to walk his son's fiancé down the aisle. The doctors say he'll never walk again. Can his faith sustain him?
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.
Identical twins Andy and Pete Goodwynn have always been there for each other. When Pete is framed for murder, Andy struggles to find a way to save his brother. Can the brothers gain vengeance on those who have taken everything from them? While revenge may seem sweet, Brother's Keeper is a powerful reminder that only forgiveness can truly heal. PG13 Rating Parental discretion
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.
This Christmas, Olivia Mead has one wish: that her single mom would find someone that she can call "Dad". She and her classmates soon discover that the answer to all their wishes lies inside a mysterious abandoned house. Within the house they discover Elsie Waybright, the Christmas Angel. Elsie tries to teach Olivia that some requests must be left to God. As Christmas day approaches, Olivia receives an unwelcomed answer, the suspicious Dr. Nathan Davis. This Christmas, will Elsie be able to teach Olivia and her friends to trust in God? Starring Teri Polo, Della Reese, and Kevin Sorbo.
Deep in the heart of the English countryside lies the enchanting village of Gladbury. Legend has it every 25 years an angel visits the village candlemaker and touches a single candle. Whoever lights this candle receives a miracle on Christmas Eve. But in 1890, at the dawn of the electric age, this centuries old legend may come to an end.
Daniel Burton (Billy Ray Cyrus) learns to love again when he meets Briony Adair (Gina Holden), the rehabilitation specialist treating his son, and invites her to spend Christmas with his family.
America is in the midst of the Great Depression, and the Kamp family is struggling to get by. The older children do their best to take care of the family, but it’s the younger children who struggle most. Now, the Kamp siblings fully expect a Christmas without presents. But when William scrapes together a dollar in coins to use for Christmas gifts, everything begins to change.
Gary runs an honest business and has a good relationship with his customers. Everything is running smoothly for him until he hears of a new, bigger store opening up across the street from him. This owner, Jim, is a ruthless businessman who will stop at nothing to grow his business and eliminate his competition. Since his most immediate competition happens to be Gary’s store, he sets his target on him. As the story unfolds, it becomes very clear that God is at work in the lives of these two men, and God’s grace and providence work out in ways neither one of them could have imagined.
When lives intertwine during Christmas, hope is the only unifying gift. Family comes in many forms. It's through the love of one little girl that the lives of many are brought together during what turns out to be a most joyful time of the year.
Due to an unforeseen road closure, eight strangers are forced to take refuge in an abandoned church during a snowstorm. During their time together, they learn from one another how to manage through various personal dilemmas, and that despite their differences, by working together, they can make even the most unlikely miracles happen.
Dan Reed (Ted McGinley), mayor of Trapper Falls, Alaska, looks forward to Christmas each year with enthusiasm for all the events, friends, and family that fill the special season. Together with his brother Greg (Brad Stine) they dedicate time away from their adventure tour company to drape the town in Christmas cheer. When Dan's old high school rival Mitch Bright (Daniel Baldwin) returns home after 20 years, Dan is immediately suspicious. Mitch is a highly successful big city lawyer who has never wanted anything to do with Trapper Falls or its people, so why now?