Tim Sisarich, Executive Director of Focus on the Family New Zealand, travels the world on a quest to explore what family really means—and why it's important to humanity. While on the journey, he discovers why all humans have a yearning to be in a family, to be a part of something bigger than themselves. He also explores the forces contributing to the breakdown of family.
Did you know that one of America's most famous authors, Harriet Beecher Stowe, based her book Uncle Tom's Cabin on the experiences of a real man - the life of Rev. Josiah Henson (1789-1883)?
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.
Drawing from Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition, and their own marriage of over 35 years, the Pintos inspire couples to live “Marriage and God’s Plan” boldly, faithfully, and joyfully. Jim and Joy believe that Christ-centered marriages and families are God’s plan for transforming the world, one household at a time.
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?"
The CD features songs, poetry readings written by breast cancer survivors and beautiful, contemplative guitar pieces. The 40 minute DVD includes a music video, and documentary and interview pieces featuring interviews with breast cancer survivors.
After her parents reveal she was adopted - following a failed abortion attempt - Hannah embarks on an incredible journey with Jason, her oldest friend. As Hannah searches to learn about her hidden past and find hope for her unknown future, she discovers that every life is beautiful!
Have we lost our first and most important freedom? One Generation Away exposes how radical secularists are working to destroy your freedom of conscience. You will see why they want to take down the cross at the veteran's memorial in San Diego, muzzle military chaplains, and force a florist and cake baker to conform or pay the price of not participating in same-sex weddings. Get ready to see what we are losing and how we can reclaim our fundamental God-given rights again.
Poverty Cure is a six-episode DVD series on human flourishing. This high-energy, 152-minute documentary-style series challenges conventional thinking and reframes the poverty debate around the creative capacity of the human person, made in the image of God. Listen to the voices of entrepreneurs, economists, political and religious leaders, missionaries, NGO workers, and everyday people as host Michael Matheson Miller travels around the world to discover the Christian foundations that allow human beings, families, and communities to thrive.
As fatherhood nears, Grant privately wrestles with his embarrassment and anger toward his own father. When he learns his father is terminally ill and his last wish is to see his son, father and son confront the past as they come face to face for the first time in 16 years.
Sarah Collins is a young woman on the elevator of success. As a junior account executive at a major advertising agency, Sarah is poised to get it all: executive promotion, salary increase, new car, fabulous apartment and first-class travel. There's only one thing that is standing in her way, an unexpected pregnancy.
After suffering a family tragedy, Mack Phillips (Sam Worthington) spirals into a deep depression causing him to question his innermost beliefs. Facing a crisis of faith, he receives a mysterious letter urging him to an abandoned shack deep in the Oregon wilderness. Despite his doubts, Mack journeys to the shack and encounters an enigmatic trio of strangers led by a woman named Papa (Octavia Spencer). Through this meeting, Mack finds important truths that will transform his understanding of his tragedy, and change his life forever. Rated PG-13.
Cara Jarvis longs to be a part of the in-crowd at her new high school. In an effort to impress her new love interest Brandon, she befriends Grace, a girl with Down Syndrome, a friendship she tries to hide when she meets popular girls Skylar and Quinn. When Skylar loses her bid to be on the Homecoming Court, she sets it up for Grace to win Homecoming Queen … as a senior prank.
After being diagnosed with a fatal nerve disease, Jeff Van Brunt was told that he had only a few years left to spend with his wife and children. Two years later, this courageous father of four shares his story with host Tom Peterson about how he learned to trust in God's plan, despite his illness.