WHOSE CHILDREN ARE THEY? is the groundbreaking and powerfully persuasive documentary featuring brave teachers, empowered parents, and front-line experts who pull back the curtain about what is truly happening in our public schools today.
Todd Morehead, an American Christian with a deep love for Israel, sets off on a journey across the Holy Land to confront his indifference toward the Palestinians and to search for the deeper truths behind one of the most perplexing and polarizing conflicts in the world. Along the way, he discovers the painful struggles of Jews, Muslims and Christians on both sides of the conflict. The result is an enlightening journey that exposes viewers to perspectives rarely seen in the media, and a challenge to a man’s heart to love his enemy.
When his pastor leaves the faith, Elijah Stephens embarks on a journey to find proof for miracles. Along the way, he meets atheists and skeptics, medical researchers and academics, and those claiming to have experienced miraculous healing.
"His church wasn’t the world’s fastest growing. It was just a few dozen people and Pastor Ken was discouraged. He wanted God to do something - and the last thing he expected was a plane crash that would leave him the sole survivor. Yet through it, God would change his life, his church, and his family."
Guided by her faith and family, Ana must beat the odds time and time again, as she seeks to rebuild her life. On an early fall morning, Ana Wakefield drives to practice, excited about her upcoming junior year of college basketball. But In a moment, her entire life changes when she became the victim of a devastating hit and run. The nearly fatal crash leaves Ana with a traumatic brain injury, partial paralysis, and several other major injuries.
Guided by her faith and family, Ana must beat the odds time and time again, as she seeks to rebuild her life.
"I See Nations tells the story of everyday believers obeying the Great Commission. Because of the nearing return of Jesus, there is an urgency for every believer to make disciples. Jesus is calling.”
The vision behind The Forgotten Pandemic is to encourage the Church that addiction is not a surprise to God. We hope to embolden people and bring light to the very dark place of addiction. Our desire with this film to eradicate bondage, shame, and fear by proclaiming the Truth — There is absolute freedom from the chains of addiction!
A suicide attempt left 16-year-old varsity cheerleader, Emma Benoit, paralyzed, but propelled her on a mission to use her painful experience to help others find hope, and shine more light on the fact that 20 young people die every day by suicide in the United States. My Ascension is a feature length documentary that chronicles Emma's inspiring journey and quest to walk again, as she works to bring Hope Squad, a school-based suicide prevention program, to Louisiana. The film also highlights the stories of two remarkable young people who tragically did not survive their attempts, and we learn first-hand from their families, friends, school officials and suicide prevention experts about the devastating effects of suicide and what can be done to prevent it.
A powerful docufilm examining the lives of 5 people - a Widow, a Martial Arts expert, a Tailor, a Sniper and an Aid Worker. Five people whose broken lives could so easily have ended in tragedy each have a supernatural encounter which transforms them and changes the course of their lives. A powerful and gripping new docufilm which will encourage, challenge and inspire.
So, why do we do it? What does “I Am Second” actually mean? Each individual in our I Am Second stories has embraced a new identity. Each of them discovered that our world and our lives are broken. They found that hope and freedom comes from reshaping our stories to be about living Second, not first. How is that possible?
Check out this film and discover the life-altering message behind every I Am Second story.