The Webster family enjoyed the good life of weekend shopping sprees, nice cars, and a beautiful home. Matt Webster (Chris Steele) was respected by his peers and envied as the man who had it all. But it took a financial crisis to show Matt that all things work together for good to those who stand strong in faith.
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.
Calvin Campbell is a self-destructive former pro-baseball player whose faith in God is restored when he meets Produce, an inspirational man with Down syndrome. As their friendship develops, Calvin is reminded that hope grows in the most unlikely places. Starring Danica McKellar, Brook Burns, William Zabka, and more. Rated PG-13.
An inspirational story about two men from drastically different backgrounds and the bond that surprisingly brought them together for an everlasting friendship. Starring Greg Kinnear and Renee Zellwegger, John Voight and Dimon Hounsou.
Four children time-travel back to New Testament days, to take part in the Gospel stories they love, and learn prayers, teachings, and traditions of the Catholic Faith along the way. The children travel back to the time when Jesus was tempted in the desert, the beginning of the 40 days we know as Lent. They see the importance of making small sacrifices of their own during Lent, and they learn the beautiful and powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel.
Starring Hayden Panettiere & Ally Walker Bah! Humbug! Susan Stone is definitely what you'd call a modern-day scrooge. Out of nowhere, a cheerful, carefree seven-year-old girl named Suzie helps the adult Susan rediscover and recapture the love of life that she's lost.
This popular 1950's Western series revolves around a recently widowed horse rancher named Jim Newton (Peter Graves) and his adopted son, Joey. Joey, his faithful horse Fury, and his fun-loving pals find wild adventures and delightful mischief around every corner. 17 classic episodes
When a local pastor is shaken to the core by the visible faith of an old street-corner preacher, he is reminded that true belief always requires action. His response ignites a faith-fueled journey that powerfully impacts everyone it touches in ways that only God could orchestrate.
Includes Courageous, Facing the Giants, Fireproof, Flywheel, and War Room. 5-Disc Boxed Set.
After her family is taken away, 16-year-old Dior is forced to live on the streets. Ms. Ward, a social worker, makes it her mission to track down the wily teen, who manages to stay a step ahead. Through their cat-and-mouse game, they unexpectedly teach each other the meaning of love and acceptance. Dove approved (all ages). Widescreen.
Bobby Graham is a twelve-year-old boy whose personal problems haven't gotten in the way of his dream: to win the American Soapbox Derby Championship. With the odds against him - including his school foe and main competition in the race - Bobby is determined to prove himself with a personal best and unbeatable new self-confidence.
Rebelling against his parents, Matthew Stevenson destroys intricate wood carvings of a church. He then works with a reclusive woodworker to restore them. During this process they both have their faith restored in God.
When a riding accident leaves a young girl unable to walk, her widowed father seeks help from a renowned and beautiful therapist who uses animals to help people. But the girl must first learn to trust the doctor—and so must her father. Ultimately, a spirited, purebred horse named Wind Dancer will hold the key to the girl's future.
In this continuation of the classic novel, Billy returns from WWII to his grandfather's home and tries to readjust to civilian life. But the killing he witnessed in the war, along with the loss of a leg, have embittered him. It is through the gift of two puppies and a new friend that Billy rediscovers himself. Starring Doug McKeon and Wilfred Brimley. Award winner for excellence by the film advisory board
Where the Red Fern Grows -- This film tells the story of a boy and his dogs growing up in the majestic Ozark Mountains, and the love between parents. Where the Red Fern Grows, Part II -- Billy returns from WWII to his grandfather's home and tries to readjust to civilian life. But the killing he witnessed in the war, along with the loss of a leg, have embittered him. It is through the gift of two puppies and a new friend that Billy rediscovers himself.
High-spirited sequel to The Trouble with Angels, starring Rosalind Russell reprising her role. Stella Stevens stars as a modern nun who convinces the Reverend Mother to take the girls on an unforgettable bus trip to a California peace rally. All-star cast: Rosalind Russell, Stella Stevens, Susan St. James, Van Johnson and Milton Berle.
Elizabeth and Jack struggle to get back to where their relationship was before Billy Hamilton got between them. Elizabeth works to find a solution for Bo Grady, who is having trouble reading. Abigail goes to Gowen with her proposal to reopen the abandoned cafe in town. The town reacts to the fact that Adam Miller has returned to Coal Valley without one of his legs. Elizabeth is informed that she is responsible for the annual production of the Coal Valley Founder's Day Play and scrambles to begin preparations.