After being raised in an Oklahoma orphanage, 15-year-old Donald makes his way to California during the depression. He meets Emogene, the daughter of poor migrant farm laborers, and together they set out to break the cycle of poverty and ignorance. This is the inspiring true story of Donald P. Bailey, a charming, and eccentric father of nine, whose charisma and optimism set him apart from the average dad. But his golden voice made him a legend to his posterity for generations. His unique life is remembered through the eyes of his daughter, Elizabeth. (Description by IMDB)
In El Salvador, the new bishop speaks out against the death squads and the terror campaign the government is using in an attempt to crush the guerilla war that is being waged against them. This is seen as disloyality and the number of priests attacked goes up and even churches are shut down by the government. Based on a true story, Romero was assassinated in March, 1980. (Description by IMDB)
In 1893, Mohandas K. Gandhi is thrown off a South African train for being an Indian and traveling in a first class compartment. Gandhi realizes that the laws are biased against Indians and decides to start a non-violent protest campaign for the rights of all Indians in South Africa. After numerous arrests and the unwanted attention of the world, the government finally relents by recognizing rights for Indians, though not for the native blacks of South Africa. After this victory, Gandhi is invited back to India, where he is now considered something of a national hero. He is urged to take up the fight for India’s independence from the British Empire. Gandhi agrees, and mounts a non-violent non-cooperation campaign of unprecedented scale, coordinating millions of Indians nationwide. There are some setbacks, such as violence against the protesters and Gandhi’s occasional imprisonment. (Description by IMDB)
Every youth must ask himself a soul-searching question, ‘What will I do with my life?’ Carefully consider your own goals in life as you watch the internal struggle of Andre, a young man who loves two worlds. Which will win out in the end? Which is more fulfilling? The extra features contain interviews of youths from other countries and will reveal a fresh way of thinking for you. (Description by JW.org)
A cloak & dagger adventure about the Federal Reserve and the international financial conspiracy that threatens the world. Three heroic college students uncover the plot…and risk their lives to expose the secret syndicate. (Description by IMDB)
Vietnam. 1989. Fourteen years after the end of the war. When Irish woman Christina Noble flies into Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) she leaves behind an extraordinary life story. But the best is yet to come. Christina lands in a country “that she wouldn’t be able to show you on a map”. With a few dollars, a dream and her own hard-won courage, she is about to change everything. For hundreds of thousands of people. Forever. NOBLE is the inspirational true story of a woman who believes that it only takes one person to make a difference. And of how she is proved right. (Description by IMDB)
A faith-based feature about a public school teacher fighting against angry parents who are insisting on the separation of church and state and pushing for the end of the school’s Bible club. Everything changes, however, when the parents witness their own children find faith and be “saved.”
Orphan Swiss girl Heidi cannot be cared for by her Aunt Dete anymore and she is left in her grumpy grandfather’s care up in the Alps where Heidi also meets young goat herder Peter.
The movie centers around the Roman family; Thomas and Monica and their three children, Rebecca, Marcus and Nicolas. The Romans are Christians, but have let their spirituality fall to the wayside. Thomas and Monica consume themselves in their work to maintain their lavish lifestyle. Rebecca has gotten involved with a boy in school. Marcus has fallen in with a bad crowd at a record studio. Nicolas is the only one who stays on track with his spirituality. Eventually, the Romans let a couple, the Barrels, from their congregation live at their house and Brother Barrel helps Thomas realize that his faith in Jehovah and keeping his family’s faith strong is more important than his luxurious lifestyle and career.
The warning Jesus gave nearly 2,000 years ago is more important than ever. See how Brian and Gloria learn to protect their family from the dangers Jesus warned about. Watch as a modern-day Christian family is torn between being loyal to God and striving for riches.
The true story of Monsignor Hugh O’Flaherty (Gregory Peck), a courageous Irish priest working in the Vatican during the German occupation. O’Flaherty devotes all his time and energy to hiding refugees and Allied POW’s from the Nazis, building a network of hundreds of people to help him with his efforts. Colonel Kappler (Christoper Plummer), the local gestapo chief, learns of O’Flaherty’s activities. The priest has diplomatic immunity because of his Vatican post, but Kappler orders that he be captured of killed if seen outside the Vatican walls.
Israel is at the border of the Promised Land and now the nation faces a dilemma. Will they continue supporting Moses’ leadership, or should they choose new leaders and return to Egypt? Some ridicule Moses as a weak leader. Rumors of nepotism and corruption are heard. A prominent Levite accuses Moses of abusing his power. The tribe of Reuben is ready to join the rebellion. A Levite family faces a dilemma, too. Is their loyalty to family more important than loyalty to Jehovah? Will envy, pride, and ambition prevail? Find out how—at the very last moment—decisive divine intervention resolves matters and how respect for Jehova’s authority is rewarded. (Description by Amazon.com)
An American boy turns out to be the long-lost heir of a British fortune. He is sent to live with the cold and unsentimental lord who oversees the trust. Two tigers are separated as cubs and taken into captivity, only to be reunited years later as enemies by an explorer who inadvertently forces them to fight each other.
After the death of Cedric (‘Ceddie’)’s English father, he and his mother live together in Brooklyn. Cedric’s grandfather, the Earl of Dorincourt, had disowned Cedric’s father when he married an American, but when the Earl’s remaining son dies, he accepts Cedric as Lord Fauntleroy, his heir, and the Earl sends for Cedric and his mother. (Description by IMDB)
Cedric uses the first of his newly found wealth to do some favors for his old friends, and then heads to England, where he must try to overcome the Earl’s dislike for Cedric’s mother. (Description by IMDB)
Karol: The Pope, The Man is a 2006 TV miniseries chronicling Pope John Paul II’s life as pope in flashbacks from October 22, 1978’s papal inauguration to his death in 2005 and was directed by Giacomo Battiato. It is the sequel to the 2005 TV miniseries Karol: A Man Who Became Pope, which portrayed John Paul’s life before the papacy and ended on October 16, 1978, the day of his papal election. (Description by Wikipedia)
1930s’ Poland. 10-year-old Karol Wojtyla has dreams, many dreams. One by one they are shattered. First, by the loss of his beloved mother and brother. Then, by the outbreak of the war and the death-fleeing human exodus which ensued. And finally, by the first signs of the Jewish persecution. These events will mark the start of Karol’s long journey from worker, to poet and teacher. A journey full of encounters that eventually leads him to become a priest and finally, in 1978, to become the man we all now know, a man who has marked an era, a man who has made history as Pope John Paul II. (Description by Amazon.com)
A hard-driving journalist, Lee Strobel was exactly where he expected to be at work: on top. His award-winning investigative reporting recently earned him a promotion to legal editor at the Chicago Tribune. But things weren’t going nearly as well at home where his wife Leslie’s newfound faith in Christ went against everything Lee believed—or didn’t believe—as an avowed atheist.