If he’s doing what God wants him to do, why is everything going wrong?!?
Buck Denver has a simple dream - to save the galaxy. Working for the Galactic Mission Board, Buck dreams of carrying God’s love to every corner of the Milky Way!
Except he doesn’t have a starship. Or a crew. Or even a captain’s license. He just needs a chance. But when that chance comes and Buck finds himself leading a real mission into deep space, things don’t go at ALL like he imagined!
Director Tim Chey told The Christian Post in an exclusive interview that the project is set to be “biblically correct in every way,” and that he hopes audiences will be moved to tears when they see it. The film, shot in Morocco and produced by RiverRain Productions, was in process for eleven years. Now, you can bring home the explosive battle between David and the Philistine giant!
Lettie and Charles are fully involved in missions work in the Orient with big goals to reach every person in Japan when Charles becomes ill and the two return home. During the Decline of her husbands health Lettie begins writing a journal as the Lord gives her encouragements from the Bible and the library of books they had collected through there Missions work. As a final missions work the journal becomes Charles and Lettie Cowman's last work together. Lettie Cowman went to Heaven in 1960 at the age of 90 on Easter Sunday. The outreach to many nations that was started by two young independent missionaries from Ohio continues today in over fifty countries on six continents.
Young teenager Jake Harvard is less than thrilled when he learns he is going to stay with his uncle in suburban Washington D.C. for the summer. Upon arrival, he discovers his Uncle Benny runs a detective agency but is an inept bumbler and business hasn’t been good. Jake meets Kat Adams, a girl his age and the estranged daughter of a U.S. Congressman. Their friendship is in its very early stages when a distraught woman named Lola Meanors pays a visit to Benny’s office seeking help in finding her missing husband. Jake and Kat are intrigued, and when Benny refuses to take the case, they decide to secretly investigate on their own. The two quickly find themselves in the middle of a major conspiracy that has claimed the lives of several scientists at a secret government facility and threatens to end theirs as well. A climactic face-off at one of Washington’s oldest landmarks sets the stage for the return of Mr. Meanors and offers a glimpse into what made America’s founders so great.
In the sequel to the popular and controversial Holy Ghost, director Darren Wilson continues his journey around the world in his quest to make a movie that is completely led by the Holy Spirit. Although the scope of the film is indeed huge, with Darren filming in the middle of a massive protest in Rome, with a witch doctor in Africa, with prostitutes and the homeless in Brazil, amidst the ancient ruins of Greece, and even with a group of Navy SEALs, Holy Ghost Reborn is ultimately a film about one man’s search for the Spirit of God. It is a Spirit that created the Universe, but ultimately desires to reveal the truth of Jesus to all of us, individually. Darren searches for an invisible God, and finds a tangible friend who relentlessly pursues us all.
A powerful portrayal of the life of Jesus as seen through the eyes of his mother, Mary.
The film imagines Mary’s childhood, growing up in a strict Jewish household, celebrating the annual feasts such as Passover and hearing the prophecies about a coming Messiah who would redeem Israel. Little did she know the vita role she would play in the fulfillment of those prophecies. Using the Gospel accounts as its framework, we imagine how Mary responded to the events of Jesus' life and how her understanding of Jesus’ mission grew over time. The film is created to be a powerful evangelistic tool, bringing the Gospel story to life from a unique perspective.
"Think of ways to encourage one another to outbursts of love and good deeds." - Hebrews 10:24
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