Molokai (1999)

Inspiring true story follows the epic life of Father Damien (Wenham), a legendary Belgian priest who dedicated his life (quite literally) to the care and spiritual guidance of a doomed Hawaiian leper colony during the late 1800s. Faced with appallingly daunting conditions–symptoms ignored, food stolen from the sick, the weak forced into slavery, diseased girls […]

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John Hus (1977)

Here is an important chapter in the steps leading up to the Reformation. The history books make little mention of this Bohemian priest and scholar who lived 100 years before Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation. Yet, John Hus was convinced and taught openly that the Bible should be presented in the language of the […]

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Icons of Evolution (2002)

For decades, Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution has been taught in classrooms as more than just a “theory” — it’s been taught and accepted by mainstream educators as fact. But now, new scientific evidence is emerging that places Darwin’s theory under closer scrutiny than ever before. These scientific critics of Darwin claim that many famous […]

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Homeschool Dropouts (2010)
Home School Dropouts Joseph Smith Foundation

From the producers of Return of the Daughters and Father to Son comes a revealing documentary featuring homeschool graduates who take a critical look at how to preserve the modern home education movement. Their findings may surprise you. Homeschooled children have unique advantages as well as a unique legacy. Will they build on it, or […]

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First Fruits (1981)
First Fruits Joseph Smith Foundation

In 1732, two young Moravians left their comfortable community of Hernhut, Germany, convinced that they were called of God to bring the Gospel to the slaves in the West Indies. They went, willing to become slaves if necessary, to minister to these oppressed people. The Moravians pioneered a mission movement characterized by extraordinary commitment. Under the dynamic leadership of Count Nikolaus von Zinzendorf, the Moravians sent out more missionaries in 20 years than all the other Protestant groups had in 200 years. They were driven by two strong convictions: world evangelization is a prime obligation of the church, and every member of the Christian community has this responsibility. First Fruits unfolds the suffering which these young men endured for their missionary zeal and the agony of their community in deciding to send them forth at a time when missions to the heathen masses were unthinkable among Protestants.

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Facts of Faith (Moody Science)

Have you ever seen an egg fry on a cold pan, or a man send so much electricity through his body that he sets fire to a piece of wood in his hand? These are just a couple of the fascinating demonstrations that reveal the harmony between science and faith. Spanish track included. Approx 28 […]

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Emma (TV 1996)
Emma 1996 Joseph Smith Foundation

  This delightful tale, based on Jane Austen’s classic, is about a rich and beautiful woman who fancies herself a matchmaker. As her romantic plans go ridiculously wrong, however, it’s Emma herself who risks missing out on her perfect match. Starring Kate Beckingsdale, Prunella Scales and Samantha Bond.

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Electric Eel (Moody Science)

The electric eel lives in the fresh waters on the Amazon basin. It can give a discharge capable of killing a horse. This eel can locate fish by means of “radar,” then captures its prey by knocking it out with a violent shock of electricity. (Description by Christian Cinema)

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Divided the Movie (2010)

Is Age Segregation Ministry Multiplying or Dividing the church Divided follows filmmaker Philip Leclerc on a revealing journey as he seeks answers to what has happened to today’s Christian youth. Philip speaks to kids in local youth groups, interviews national youth ministry leaders, and finally meets with a growing number of pastors and elders who […]

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Jane Eyre (1983)
Jane Eyre Joseph Smith Foundation

After a wretched childhood as an orphan, Jane Eyre accepts the position of governess at Thornfield Hall. She soon falls in love with the brooding owner, Mr Rochester. Jane gradually wins his heart but, before they can find happiness as man and wife, they must first overcome the dark secrets of his past.

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Darwin’s Dilemma (2009)
Darwin's Dilemma Joseph Smith Foundation

This powerful, new documentary explores one of the great mysteries in the history of life: the geologically-sudden appearance of dozens of major complex animal types in the fossil record without any trace of the gradual transitional steps Charles Darwin had envisioned 150 years ago. Frequently described as “the Cambrian Explosion,” the development of these new […]

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Cradle of Genius
Cradle of Genius Joseph Smith Foundation

Cradle of Genius, is based on “Talks with Great Composers”, by Arthur Abell. The film explores divine inspiration’s role in the lives and career of three extraordinary composers, Puccini, Strauss, and Brahms. Cradle is set in 1955, Hastings on Hudson, NY, where Arthur Abell resided when he published the book. He is counseling his niece, […]

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China Cry: The Nora Lam Story (1990)
China Cry Joseph Smith Foundation

Sung Neng Yee’s (Nora Lam) story is wrapped up within one of the most incredible marvels in all world history: how the Christian church survived under repressive atheistic communism in China. But it did more than survive. It thrived and multiplied. We can better understand these heroic Chinese Christians through Nora’s story. Adopted by a […]

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