This tall slenderly hooded individual is leaving bags of cash on peoples’ porches around New York.
A movie for a new generation of viewers. It is good for our children to watch as it gives them courage and determination…
As it becomes more apparent that Riley is going to have to give up her dreams of being a professional dancer…
“No, I don’t think much of religion. Sooner or later they’ll all be exposed as hypocrites.” A pastoral friend and I were having a conversation the other day. And the […]
n this modern day interpretation of the Prodigal Son—this is the lesson our main character, Liam Page (Alex Roe), a Country Music superstar; was about to learn;
Unforgiveness has made him so crass and indifferent to those less fortunate that he refers to them as “a cancer on the city.”
“Some things you need to know about Miss Debbie she’s the only person to love you enough not to give up.” There is a saying, “You can’t see the forest […]
The publicist changed her name to Gracie Trey. What else will she have to change to be a super star? Although, “I was born for this.”
Drawn from the backstories of four different people. The Journey from Unbelief to Faith shows how God still works in today’s world. No matter our troubled pasts, entrenched beliefs, willful […]
Depending on which side of the spectrum you’re standing; some would be appalled, some might applaud
A church-goer who does not know how to love or forgive. These negative characteristics are passed onto her daughter.
An uncle, Peter (Michael Wilhelm), who is a Catholic priest and a mother, Ingrid who is a woman of faith. What do you do when you come face to face with true Christian demands—what you’ve been taught?
Everything is going great until her agent tells her to stay away from the religious aspect of the book and focus on the mainstream group.
Betsy (Karen Lesiewicz) had a lot of hope and prayer riding on her book Wishes Gets Her Wish. But her hope was taken and her prayer dashed cold when the publishers turn down her manuscript.
This movie has some very valuable life lessons for our young people. Such as never compromise the truth or hurt others just to fit in. It’s not how you look on the outside but what’s on the inside that matters.
This is definitely a film about the human spirit. And how, no matter the difficulty, Ben Hur’s fight to survive never waned nor his purpose thwarted.