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Moses: I AM Helps Moses Discover Who He Is
Moses knows what he believes, until he doesn't. Then, in a journey preceding the Exodus, God helps him discover who he has always been meant to be. On September 13, 15 and 20, Sight & Sounds’ Moses will appear in theaters for a two-night, …
God Bless the Broken Road: Finding Love and Hope, After Tragedy
A young widow wrestles with her despair and struggle after her soldier husband's death, but in the midst of country music, stock car racing, and motherhood, God shows up in unexpected ways. Amber Hill (Lindsey Pulsipher) was a devoted wife, mother, …
Beautifully Broken: Fight For Your Family
Beautifully Broken reminds us that it's a small world, and that God is calling us to help in the healing. In 1994, Rwanda was ripped apart as the Hutu people slaughtered close to a million of their country members of the Tutsi minority. Against the …
An Interview with God: When God Shows Up in the Crucible of Life
Journalist Paul Asher is struggling with his broken marriage, his wartime experiences, and his crisis of faith. Then he's summoned to an interview with a man claiming to be God. For three nights, starting on August 20, Giving Films’ An Interview …
Summer of '67: Love, War, and Sins of the Past
Against the backdrop of the Vietnam War, three couples face life's challenges, struggling to determine how they should move forward. Written and directed by Sharon Wilharm, and produced by her husband Fred, Summer of '67 tackles a breadth of issues …
The Amendment: Could You Forgive the Man Who Killed Your Parents?
Senator Brooks Douglass witnessed the death of his parents and the rape of his sister, but when he embraces forgiveness, it changes everything. Before he was an Oklahoma senator, Brooks Douglass was the son of missionaries Richard and Marilyn …
The Miracle Season: Live Like Line
In the midst of a championship season, a highschool volleyball team must fight through grief and despair to find out who they really are. In The Miracle Season , the Iowa City West High School volleyball team must defend its state championship …
Summer in the Forest: Can a Special Community Teach Us to Love?
Jean Vanier founded L'Arche in the 1960s outside of Paris. Forty years later, the community has multiplied with its message of love. “The big human problem is learning to love people as they are… What I’ve found here in L’Arche is a message for …