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  • Little Lord Fauntleroy And Our Gang Follies Of 1938

    $12.99

    Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936, 102 minutes) – Young Cedric (Freddie Bartholomew), a poor nine-year-old Brooklyn boy, turns out to be the long-lost heir to a British fortune. His aristocratic grandfather (C. Aubrey Smith) summons him to move to England with his mother. Before leaving, Cedric uses the first of his newfound wealth to do favors for his old pals, especially his close sidekick (Mickey Rooney). A brilliant film adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic beloved novel.

    Our Gang Follies of 1938 (1937, 21 minutes) – Hal Roach’s Our Gang, aka The Little Rascals, are putting on a big musical show with Alfalfa billed as The King of the Crooners. However, Alfalfa insists his crooning days are over and that opera is his true calling. Following a scary bad dream, Alfalfa changes his mind and joins the gang for the grand finale.

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  • We Three Kings

    $12.99

    Amy, Catherine, and Charles Fay can’t wait for their Uncle Henry to arrive for Christmas. This is the first year since Mama passed away and the children are working together to fill the void and put together a Christmas play at their church. With the help of Uncle Henry’s new song, We Three Kings, not only is the Christmas pageant a success, but the children learn truths about Jesus and the gifts that were given to Him by the Magi.

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  • Lucy Shimmers And The Prince Of Peace

    $12.99

    Second chances start when a hardened criminal crosses paths with a precocious little girl who is helped by an angel to change hearts during the holiday season.

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  • Gift Of Christmas

    $9.99

    Christmas time at the Kentucky home of George and Denise Barnett, the decorations are up and the kids are smiling, but all is not well. George is worried about his friend Don Ford while choir director Denise is fretting over the Christmas Eve concert at their church. Meanwhile, George’s brother Allen is working as a studio guitarist in Los Angeles. Allen has promised to come back to Kentucky for months – a promise that has been left unfulfilled. George learns that Don Ford is worried about his daughter Celia, a struggling actress in Hollywood – and George formulates a plan. Allen drives home and brings Celia with him. Turns out that’s easier said than done. But just when George and Denise think they have everything in order, Denise’s parents decide to pay a visit for the holidays. George finds out that Don Ford doesn’t appreciate him meddling and the church choir loses its soloist for the concert. Celia, a fine singer, may be the answer to the choir soloist problem but conflicts arise…

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  • Benji The Dove

    $12.99

    A tender tale of four boys who are rapidly coming to terms with school, bullies, friendship, and loyalty. Not to be limited by a poor upbringing, they tap their immense creativity to create The Order of the Red Dragon, a brotherhood of knights determined to fight injustice with justice.

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  • Think Like A Dog

    $19.99

    In this endearing family comedy, Oliver is a 12-year-old computer whiz whose best friend is his faithful dog. After a botched science experiment links them telepathically, the pair embark on a mission to conquer ordinary obstacles at home and in school. Much to the amazement of his parents, Oliver and his furry companion kickoff a hilarious string of shenanigans. The result is a heartwarming tale of friendship that’s fun for the whole family.

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  • Secret Garden

    $12.99

    When her parents are lost in a tragic airship accident, Mary Lennox must seek comfort in the strange and forgotten corridors of Misselthwaite Factory. While investigating the hidden secrets that lie within the crumbling walls, Mary forges unexpected friendships and discovers that love can grow in the most unusual places. Experience the magical world of The Secret Garden as never before in this beautifully filmed steampunk-inspired production of the classic tale. Adapted from the book by Frances Hodgson Burnett.

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  • Home Sweet Home

    $12.99

    Flirtatious barista Victoria (Natasha Bure) is bored with her social butterfly lifestyle and longs for real love. When handsome Jason (Ben Elliott) walks into her coffee shop, she turns on the charm. But he doesn’t respond to her flirting like men usually do. When she discovers that he runs a ministry that builds affordable housing for families in need, she decides to volunteer. So what if it’s faith-based organization? As far as she’s concerned, pretending to be a church person isn’t any different than pretending to like sports or a guy’s friends if it gets her what she wants

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  • Pilgrims Progress : Based On John Bunyan’s Epic Masterpiece

    $19.99

    This family-friendly animated feature follows closely John Bunyan’s masterpiece by the same title. A man named Pilgrim discovers a book, and the more he reads it, the more he is convicted of sin and judgment, and a burden begins to develop on his back. Obsessed with discovering the truth and escaping his town, the City of Destruction, he ventures outside the forbidden borders and begins his journey to find a Celestial City ruled by a good and noble King, meeting friend and foes along the way.

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  • My Broken Horse Christmas

    $14.95

    Each year, John anticipates the day he will accompany his father on the search for the perfect horse to bring home to their farm. When the frosty morning finally arrives, the pair eagerly sets out to find what is sure to be a wonderful addition to their stable. But when his father picks the meanest, wildest mare he’s ever seen, John is baffled. Of all the horses he could have selected, why choose one so imperfect? What follows is a poignant tale of faith and redemption as one young boy’s father lovingly teaches his son the true purpose and power of grace.

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  • Catching Faith 2

    $29.96

    Everything seems to be going wrong for the Taylor family right now. Just as Alexa is starting work at her dream job, she’s overwhelmed by caring for her mother suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Her son, Beau, has just lost his professional football career to an injury and her daughter, Ravyn, needs help planning her last-minute wedding. Only with the support of friends and the guiding grace of their faith can the Taylors find the strength to cope with the tidal wave of drama and tragedy that is rolling over their lives.

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  • Hope For Christmas

    $14.95

    Trying to win over a skeptical congregation, recovered war veteran turned Pastor, gears up for his first Christmas sermon. However, his plans take an unexpected turn when Pastor Greg cashes in on a free shopping spree the day of his much anticipated sermon. In a frenzy to get back on time, he unwittingly gets stuck in an elevator with his cohorts and a pregnant woman. Chaos, great giggles, meaningful moments and a surprise ending will have the congregation, and viewers, on the edge of their seats.

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  • 7 Alone

    $14.95

    Spring, 1842. America’s unclaimed and unexplored land drew thousands of settlers to the West, including the Sager family. Traveling with a wagon train, across the frontier from Missouri to Oregon, both parents succumbed to the untamed wilderness – the father from an Indian attack, and mother from pneumonia. Led by their eldest son, John, the seven Sager children courageously continued the journey their parents began, through the wilderness, to a new life – a feat that truly defines pioneer. A heartwarming adventure film for the whole family; this is the amazing true story of the Sager children and their perils on the Oregon Trail.

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  • New Hope : The Greatest Triumph Lies Within

    $19.95

    Mike Evans (Samuel Davis) is less-than-thrilled to start his senior year of high school as the new kid in town. He’s even less enthusiastic about joining the basketball team, especially when Mike make an enemy in the hot-headed Lucas (Ben Davies). Fiercely loyal to the memory of his brother, whose tragic death deeply scarred the community, Lucas accuses Mike of trying to replace chase, funneling all his anger and grief into making Mike’s life miserable. Mike finds solace in his friendship with Jasmine (Perry Frost), Chase’s longtime girlfriend, who is still trying to find her own peace.

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  • Runner From Ravenshead

    $19.95

    Sam has been sentenced to Ravenshead Prison, guarded by wardens who keep a vigilant watch and relentlessly pursue anyone that tries to escape. Fortunately, the City of Refuge Guide Service is there to direct escaping prisoners toward freedom. When Sam makes her break, the under-staffed Guide Service is forced to commission the enthusiastic but accident-prone janitor, Henry, instead of a regular guide. Join Sam and Henry as they experience hair-breadth escapes, hilarious bungles, and a climactic pursuit in the Guide Service rocket-car. Rollicking adventure, fun, and humor combine with an engaging story in this allegory that teaches how to find rest from the struggles of life.

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  • Mandie Triple Feature

    $24.95

    Follow the unforgettable adventures of Amanda Elizabeth Shaw in double disc set with three feature length episodes: Mandie and the Secret Tunnel featuring Dean Jones, Mandie and the Cherokee Treasure with Hayley Mills, and Mandie and the Forgotten Christmas.

    Based on the popular books by Lois Gladys Leppard, this series is set in the early 1900s and boasts a delightful cast of characters, who in the tradition of Little House on the Prairie and Anne of Green Gables, learn valuable lessons as the conquer hardships, solve mysteries, and celebrate life’s triumphs.

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  • Fancypants

    $19.95

    The engaging story of an over-the-hill professional wrestler (Leo The Blue Lion) who’s afraid of conflict in real life, but agrees to face The Darkness in the ring in an attempt to regain his former glory in the eyes of his one remaining fan an eight year old boy, who hides a secret that will change Leos life forever.

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  • Life With Dog

    $19.95

    After losing his wife Alice (Marilu Henner) in a mysterious bike accident, Joe Bigler (Corbin Bernsen) is left alone without Faith to help him grieve. That and the circumstances of Alice’s accident leave more questions than answers, and Joe begins a fast descent into the dark abyss of uncertainty. But his salvation arrives when a Dog wanders into his garden and won’t leave despite Joe’s many attempts to rid him. Without so much as a single bark, Dog, as Joe has named him, shares His voice; a deep love and comfort that Joe has never experienced before. With Dog’s love comes the discovery of God’s love, and a Faith that not only helps Joe toward the road to recovery, but also the unsolved mystery surrounding his wife’s accident, and the ability to finally grieve her passing.

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  • Fat Chance : A Romantic Comedy About Love Acceptance And Self Worth

    $19.95

    Fat-shamed from her youth, overweight dental assistant Allison decides to post a friend’s photo as her profile picture on a dating website. When she and Jason fall in love online, neither realizes that they already know each other. Her friend Kate urges her to tell Jason the truth. But will Allison’s deception destroy their budding romance? Dove approved. 75 minutes.

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  • Pocket Angel

    $19.95

    A young Angel’s first assignment is to restore faith and courage to a mother whose son has been kidnapped in Mexico. Timothy Bottoms (The Last Picture Show), Dan Haggerty (Grizzly Adams), Paz and Armando Silvestre (Wonder Woman) lead an international cast in this delightful action-comedy adventure.

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  • Christmas Dress

    $14.95

    It’s Christmas Eve, and Leland Jeppson’s hope is gone. Struggling to get by in their rustic homestead, he had at least wanted to give his family a special Christmas. But with a blizzard blowing in and the train bearing their gifts nowhere in sight, it seems Christmas is just one more thing they’ll have to do without. But as dusk falls, the Jeppsons’ packages unexpectedly arrive at the post office in the not-so-nearby town. Half-blinded postman George Schow is hesitant to brave the storm, but his son, Sidney, will stop at nothing to bring Christmas to the Jeppsons-and ask their daughter, Ellen, to the New Year’s Eve dance. Now it’s up to father and son to battle fierce elements in an attempt to deliver a Christmas miracle. Don’t miss this heartwarming reminder that while God helps those who help themselves, sometimes He does so through others. Dove approved (all ages). Approx. 27 minutes.

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  • Adventures Of Ociee Nash

    $19.95

    Tomboy Ociee Nash loves romping through the Mississippi countryside. But when she has a run-in with a mysterious gypsy, Papa decides that the farm is no place for the gutsy 9-year-old. Trading dungarees for dresses, she’s sent to live with Aunt Mamie, who tries to teach her to be a young lady. Will her free spirit be tamed? Rated G. Dove approved (all ages). Approx. 98 minutes.

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  • Healed By Grace 2

    $19.95

    The one thing Jesse wants for her 15th birthday is a horse, but her mom, Brandy, and dad, John, are busy dealing with Brandy’s cancer diagnosis. When John convinces Brandy to send Jesse to her estranged father, Gauff, she reluctantly agrees. Can Gauff negotiate the emotions of a teenaged grandchild and reconcile with his daughter? Dove approved. 91 minutes.

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  • Claras Ultimate Christmas

    $19.95

    A savy ten year old video blogger’s Ultimate Christmas unravels into chaos when here dad unexpectedly leaves for New York two and her dog, Luke, runs away from home, two days before Christmas. Clara must find a way to adjust to keep her dreams of the perfect vloggings Christmas she’s been dreaming about from being dashed. Dove approved (all ages). Approx. 78 minutes.

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  • Dreams And Memories Of Where The Red Fern Grows

    $14.95

    A restrospective look at the Classic 1974 film Where the Red Fern Grows, with interviews, insights and never-before-seen images and newly transferred HD footage. The producer, Lyman Dayton, leads us on a personal, incident by incident tour of the creation of the original film production. Alongside his factual remembrances are entertaining accounts of struggles and relationships he endured throughout the entire process. Dreams and Memories of Where the Red Fern Grows is a scrapbook of memories that birngs us back to a time of filmmaking that celebrated Judeo-Christian family values. Dove approved (all ages).

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  • I Can Only Imagine

    $22.99

    Revealing the true story behind MercyMe’s smash hit song, I Can Only Imagine details lead singer Bart Millard’s abusive upbringing and path to reconciliation and forgiveness. This touching story of hope and redemption stars J. Michael Finley, Dennis Quaid, Madeline Carroll, Priscilla Shirer, Cloris Leachman, and country singer Trace Adkins. Rated PG. Approx . 110 minutes.

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  • Steps Of Faith

    $19.95

    Faith’s family is shocked when she decides to move away from the comforts of the big city to work with children and animals in a small rural town. While Faith may be following her dream, she knows deep inside that she has no business working on a farm. She encounters challenge after challenge, but she’s determined to prove everyone, wrong in spite of herself. After a child is nearly injured, due to her shortcomings as a farm girl, Faith finally cracks under the pressure of struggle to find her place in the world, and God’s plan for her life.

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  • Sugar Creek Gang Double Disc With Five Features

    $24.95

    Based on the best-selling children’s book series by Paul Hutchens, The Sugar Creek Gang Series chronicles the adventures of Bill Collins, Poetry, Circus, Dragonfly, Big Jim, Little Jim, and the rest of the residents of Sugar Creek. Join the gang as they scramble to get to the bottom of who poisoned their substitute teacher’s prized horse, discover what a bank robbery, map, and swamp have in common, try to keep a cave by the cemetery all to themselves, and more.

    With stories taken from the pages of the book series, as well as new original adventures, The Sugar Creek Gang Series: Double Disc features five charming episodes for the whole family, including Swamp Robber, The Great Canoe Fish, Race Against Nightfall, Secret Hideout, and Teacher Trouble.

    Includes 5 feature episodes:
    #1 Swamp Robber
    #2 The Great Canoe Fish
    #3 Race Against Nightfall
    #4 Secret Hideout
    #5 Teacher Trouble

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  • Have A Little Faith

    $14.99

    It started with Rabbi Albert Lewis’s simple request: Will you do my eulogy? When Mitch Albom said yes, he had no idea he would be journeying between two worlds—one presided over by his feisty rabbi and the other by an intrepid Christian pastor of a poor black congregation. Join him on his uplifting odyssey and discover how to celebrate life! 82 minutes.

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  • All Saints : Based On A Powerful True Story

    $19.99

    After accepting his new position, salesman-turned-pastor Michael Spurlock is ordered to shut down his dilapidated country church, which boasts a dozen members and a mortgage that’s well beyond its means. Instead, he challenges his parishioners to risk it all to welcome a group of refugees and revive their community! Based on an inspiring true story. Rated PG. Dove approved. Approx. 108 minutes.

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  • Extraordinary : Every Step Leads Him Closer To Home

    $14.99

    Although proud of his athletic accomplishments, David Horton’s family pays dearly for his devotion to competitive running. Following his open-heart surgery, his wife is ready for him to give up marathons and focus on their marriage. Instead, Dave sets off on a race across America. Will their relationship survive? Based on a true story! (PG.) Dove approved. Approx. 90 minutes.

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  • Debbie Macombers Mr Miracle

    $14.99

    Heaven and earth collide when angel-in-training Harry Mills, A.K.A. Mr. Miracle is sent down to a community college during Christmas for his first assignment: to help an insecure student realize her life purpose. As Harry is schooled in life lessons, he learns being human isn’t as easy as he thought. Starring Golden Globe and Emmy nominated Rob Morrow (Numb3ers, Northem Exposure). Closed-captioned. Approx. 86 minutes.

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  • Storm And Luthers Forbidden Letter

    $19.99

    When his father is arrested for printing a forbidden letter written by controversial reformer Martin Luther, 12-year-old Storm escapes with the original. On the run from the authorities, Storm finds unexpected help from Maria, a young girl who lives in the city’s underground tunnels. In a race against time, Storm tries to save his father from execution and get the letter into safe hands. But whom can he trust? What starts out as a fearful flight becomes a bold fight for freedom. Originally in German dubbed to English.

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  • Camp New Dollar Days

    $19.95

    It’s just the first week—and Camp New has already run out of money! So they sell the matresses, which leads to sleepless nights. But when the crayons disappear, can director Miss Mo and her assistant Penny fix things? Or will they try to focus on Philippians 4:19 and trust in God’s promises?

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  • Trailer Made : The Adventure To Find The Perfect Story

    $19.95

    In an attempt to reconnect with his estranged son Daniel, struggling Los Angeles screenwriter Peter Davis resolves to bring his young boy along on his latest research expedition to Africa. But after their luggage is accidentally switched, leaving them stranded without money and passports, the down and out pair is forced to seek refuge in an old run-down trailer scheduled for imminent scrapping! Befriending the scrap yard owner’s son, Daniel and his new found companion Asanda embark on an imaginative journey through different worlds in order to seek the ultimate story to help Peter. After travelling through fantastical lands and strange new planets Daniel finally realises that the true meaning of life is actually found in spending time with those you love.

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  • Camp New Humble Pie

    $19.95

    Humble Pie is an over-the-top Christian comedy for the entire family! Join the camp coordinators as they learn about walking in the fruit of the Spirit. Archer Ace is new to camp and with a lot of pride to boot. He challenges fellow coordinator, Penny, to a duel of athleticism that will prove, once and for all, who the greatest camp coordinator is. Meanwhile, Miss Mo and Penny try to keep camp running smooth when division starts sneaking in. They can’t agree on the name of the fall extravaganza… or is it bonanza? Things fall further out of control when Miss Mo’s pottery comes up missing and camp pranksters are on the loose. A full investigation ensues. Camp New has triumph and defeat, happy and unhappy campers (pun fully intended), and lessons of love, peace, and patience… all served up with a nice slice of Humble Pie.

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  • Faiths Song

    $19.95

    A young girl’s faith is tested, when her parents are suddenly killed in a car accident and she’s forced to move in with relatives who don’t share her belief in God. A talented singer, who desires to worship God with her songs, she finds herself in a new city, a new school and no friends. With her uncle and others at school challenging her faith, one boy emerges, who seems to see the greatness in her. Now she must to come to grips with either fitting in or following God – which could cost her more than just her faith.

    Dove Faith-Based (12+).

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  • Savannah Sunrise

    $14.99

    Joy Miles thinks she’s taking a simple road trip to move her mother-in-law, Loraine, from Louisville to a Savannah retirement community. As complete opposites, the two women manage to tolerate each other – barely.

    Scheduled to the second, Joy is consumed with high-stakes project at work. Now widowed, free-spirited Loraine is no longer a preacher’s wife, but a woman on her own. Her insights about life and family challenge Joy to take a hard look at her whirlwind career and her priorities.

    As the weekend unfolds, with its outrageous adventures, hilarious encounters and heart-to-heart revelations, the women come to see each other through new eyes. They soon discover that they need each other more than they know.

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  • Fix It Boys

    $19.95

    Tere’s only one person who can fix hearts.

    The Fix It Boys is the zany story of two brothers, Ben and Cricket Junk, who use their mechanical intuitiveness to fix peoples’ problems – broken wagons, toasters, ect. Their skills are tested when they’re hired to save a girl’s parents from getting a divorce. Believing they can save the marriage by finding a stolen pearl necklace, the boys set out to catch a jewel thief and in the process discover what the pearl of great price really is.

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  • Christmas Project

    $19.95

    Making Mayhem Merry … Even with Christmas around the corner, for the Buckley boys, payback almost always wins out over brotherly love. That is until the four brothers join forces against a common adversary-the Hagbarts-the meanest bullies at their middle school. But now Mom has decided that the Buckley family is going to Elve the Hagbarts this year for Christmas. Eleven-year-old Matthew can hardly stand it. By day the Hagbarts torture the Buckley brothers into submission, and by night the Buckleys secretly deliver Christmas treats and gifts to their sworn enemies. Soon the war of wits escalates to an incredible scheme designed to get the ultimate revenge on the Hagbarts. But now that Matthew has been learning that he’s supposed to do good to those who hate him, what will he do when a little push becomes a great big shove? The Christmas Project is a heartwarming comedy the whole family will love.

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  • Miracle Maker : A Christmas Tale

    $19.95

    The Miracle Maker is coming! If any town is in need of a miracle, it’s Woodhaven, a tiny town hanging on the edge of the American frontier. It’s nearly Christmas, but it’s hardly a season of celebration. Work is scarce, money is tight, love is lagging, and spirits are down. Maybe the Miracle Maker can turn things around. The town anxiously waits for someone magnificent who can change their lives. But the ragged traveler who appears isn’t who anyone expects-except for one small, silent boy and a precocious little girl. This man can barely take care of himself, let alone fulfill the dreams of others. But miracles can come in all shapes and sizes-and sometimes from unexpected people. Your entire family will love this Christmas tale of hope, love, and miracles.

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  • Doggy Daycare

    $7.99

    Every dog deserves his daycare.
    Michelle and Amelia have been running the D.D.C. since their parents passed away. They have many pets live with them but Mutt remains a street dog. When they run out of finance for the doggy haven and emotions boil they form some risky ideas to save the place. Their attempts to recruit a famous former owner fail so they must think even further outside the box. Mutt leads the pack of unique dogs against all obstacles including an on the edge dog catcher with an obsession for Mutt. The love between the dogs and Michelle keeps them strong when they come up against bullies and horrible people against them. The evil cat Baron ramps up the difficulty anyway he can including hypnotizing and also helping the dog catcher. Amelia sets up a chance for them to be on a show shot at the D.D.C but things go terribly wrong when Michelle’s health issues put her life in extreme danger. When the Doggy day care can’t afford to stay open, Mutt the street dog with a heart of gold rallies the rest of the dogs to try and save the day. Amelia the D.D.C. owner and her younger sister Michelle provide much needed assistance for this quest but at what cost.

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  • Kirk Cameron Saving Christmas

    $9.99

    Put Christ back in Christmas!

    This Christmas, have your family join with Kirk Cameron’s family and dive headfirst into all the dancing, celebration, feasting, imagination, and traditions that glorify the true reason for the season. KIRK CAMERON’S SAVING CHRISTMAS provides a biblical basis for our celebrations, and the inspiration to stand strongly against a culture that wants to trivialize and eliminate the faith elements of this holy season. So take in the splendor; take in the majesty; take in the story. Take it all in … and let’s put Christ back in Christmas!

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  • Different Drummers : Live Life With Everything You’ve Got

    $12.99

    Based on an inspiring true story, different drummers follow the heartwarming yet unlikely friendship of two boys growing up in Washington in the 1960s. When David, who is bound to a wheelchair and growing weaker from muscular dystrophy, accurately foretells the death of his fourth grade teacher, a doubtful Lyle, who has an increasingly high energy level, decides to test the existence of God by attempting to get David to run again. A pact is made, and Lyle soon begins to twist the rules in a desperate attempt to give his friend some of his own excess energy. Along the way, the two boys come face to face with life’s most painful truths, and Lyle’s question is ultimately answered in a way he never could have imagined.

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  • Last Straw : Finding The Christmas Spirit On Piece At A Time

    $19.95

    Finding the Christmas spirit one piece at a time.
    It’s Christmas break at the McDonald house, but silent nights-and days-are nowhere to be found. With the children’s constant bickering, pretty packages and a sweet-smelling tree don’t come close to filling the McDonald home with the true spirit of the first Christmas. Then Mom remembers an old tradition of building a soft bed for Baby Jesus one straw at a time. Each time someone secretly does something nice for another family member, he or she gets to add a single straw to the manger. Soon the children’s quarreling and negative feelings subside and the homemade crib is overflowing. But for one family member, a required act of kindness becomes more that he can take.

    Inspired by a true story and filled with both heart and humor, The Last Straw may forever change the way your family celebrates Christmas.

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  • No Ordinary Shepherd

    $12.95

    No Ordinary Shepherd is a heartwarming short film about a crippled boy meeting the Savior. Living in the hills surrounding Palestine, Saul (Jacob Buster, Christmas for a Dollar) has always treasured his father’s tale of a starlit night so many years before when the wonder of angelic heralds was heard and a tiny Bethlehem stable sheltered the chosen Messiah. Now, years after that sacred event, tales of Jesus of Nazareth’s miraculous birth touch the young boy’s faith. When he meets the gentle stranger in the hills, the faithful shepherd encounters a miracle of his own.

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  • Road To The Open

    $19.95

    Dove approved for 12+ years
    Struggling after the loss of his wife, Jerry McDonald is a balding hospital janitor and single father whose only semi-social outlet is tennis with his best friend, Miles, who is working through anger management. Reluctantly, Jerry agrees to play with Miles in a local tournament that could earn them a match in a prestigious competition. For Jerry, though, the thought of winning and defeating the long-time club champion Gallant brothers is as unlikely as finding true love again, until a new co-worker enters his life and gives him a renewed hope.

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  • Dancer And The Dame

    $14.99

    Rick Dancer was the finest detective on the force—until a would-be bust went awry and left him picking up the pieces of his formerly stellar reputation! When a friend’s computer-whiz son is mugged, Rick jumps at the chance to solve the crime and redeem himself. But can he and his police dog, Princess, catch the culprit? Approx. 90 minutes. Closed-captioned.

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  • In His Steps

    $19.95

    The classic story by Charles Sheldon comes to life like never before in this moden day adaptation of his all-time best-selling novel.
    When a homeless man interrupts the comfortable routine of First Church of Raymond, life will never be the same for the apathetic congregation. Convicted by the vagrant’s words, Pastor Henry Maxwell, Rachel Winslow, Virginia Page, Alex Powers, and Jasper Chase are thrust into a journey of discovering what life is like beyond Christianity as usual. But as they find themselves opposed by family strife, church politics, and scorned lovers, will they be able to keep their commitment, or will they be dragged back into fruitless lives?

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  • Turn Around Jake

    $14.99

    Dove Family Approved 12+

    Sometimes what you’re looking for… is everything you left behind.

    Jacob Zaker (Jarret Lemaster, Bounty) is a rising business prodigy working under the tutelage of his corrupt boss, Russell O’Malley (Michael Madsen, Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill). Life is sweet until the government starts investigating illegal practices at his firm, and Jacob is pinned with the crime. Overnight, he loses it all: his career, his downtown penthouse, and his high-class model fiance. Left without options, Jake escapes from L.A. to the last place he wants to be: his childhood home in rural Texas. Now Jacob must face an estranged father, Leo Zaker (Mark Withers, True Blood, Ultimate Life) and the girl he left behind, Jessica Henry (Jen Lilley, The Artist, Days of Our Lives). While Jake tries to figure out how to return to L.A., old flames are rekindled, and Jake is reminded of the man he used to be. But just as he starts to see that things have changed in the small town, Jake discovers a family secret that will force him to make the biggest decision of his life.

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  • Accidental Activist : One Signature Can Mean More Than You Think

    $7.99

    One signature can mean more than you think…

    Ted and Lynn Murphy lead a simple suburban life. They have three wonderful children, their own small business, and good relationships with friends and neighbors. But that life is turned upside down when Ted signs a petition advocating traditional marriage. It is a small act of civic duty in his mind, but to others in their community it seems like an act of heartless bigotry. Ted and his wife become the focus of local protect that threatens not only to destroy their business but to suffocate their religious freedom as well. Is it enough for a Christian man to mind his own business and build his happy life, even when controversy is thrust upon him? The Murphy’s wrestle with that question as a firestorm threatens everything they’ve worked so hard to build.

    Dove Review: Family Approved 12+

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  • Summertime Christmas

    $7.99

    Two of Santa’s elves, Elwood and Nora, are vacationing in small-town USA when they receive an urgent transmission from the North Pole about a new law that forbids adults from disciplining children. This sudden lack of consequences for kids has led to a worldwide epidemic of bad behavior, and it’s up to Elwood and Nora to stop it.

    With the help of young Jessica, the elves set out to transform the wayward children from naughty to nice and rid the small town of an economic depression. As their friendship with the Christian girl blossoms, they discover the limits of their magic, the true meaning of Christmas, and the joy of helping others.

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  • Long Distance Princess

    $19.95

    A Dove-approved comedy romance, Long-Distance Princess is a charming and realistic film for today’s teens. Lisa, a high school sophomore, has been hiding her hopeless crush on Todd, the irresistibly likable junior in her art class. She stumbles upon the opportunity of a lifetime when Todd sees a picture of her beautiful friend Ellie, who lives in England, and asks for Lisa’s help in getting to know her through social media.

    However, just as Lisa and Todd start to see each other, Todd’s suddenly jealous ex-girlfriend, Cindy, tries to win him back. Meanwhile, Todd’s image-conscious friends try to discourage him from seeing Lisa before he even gets to know her.

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  • Christmas For A Dollar

    $19.95

    Set in the Great Depression, a family finds what truly brings joy and love at Christmas.

    It’s the Great Depression, and the Kamp family has struggled since Mrs. Kamps untimely death. The older children do their best to take care of the family, but the younger children, Hop along Cassidy fan Norman, and straight talking little Ruthie struggle most with a bleak looking future. Now, with their father facing mounting debts resulting from Norman’s battle with polio, the siblings expect a Christmas without presents. But when father scrapes together a dollar to use for gifts, things change. As each child comes up with a special gift to give another member of the family, they soon begin to see many of their dearest wishes come true. Perhaps a boy who struggles to walk can become a real cowboy after all.

    Dove Review: Family Approved All Ages

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  • Current

    $19.95

    Concerned for his family’s safety, Mark Larson decides to leave Chicago behind and move back to rural Minnesota. Despite his son Jake’s angry protest, the family moves to Providence River Campground to live and work as the site’s caretakers. Bitter at the move and his new manual labor responsibilities, Jake soon meets Brian and Peter Owens, a father and son who live on a farm across the river. Jake and Peter form a quick bond that God uses to transform Jake’s life in unimaginable ways

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  • On The Edge Collectors Edition

    $14.95

    Reflecting on his own faith journey that began on a skiing trip to Lake Tahoe, Vince bets his college roommate he can prove that God exists by taking him on a camping trip with a few friends from church. As they hike and swap stories around the campfire, the group covers physical and spiritual ground while attempting to tackle the tough questions of life.

    Produced and directed by Rick Garside, On the Edge was filmed on location at the spectacular Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks. Featuring the music of BarlowGirl, Bob Carlisle, Debby Boone, and Benny Hester, this adventure will definitely keep you on the edge of your seat.

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  • Letter For Joe

    $7.99

    A fun, modern day retelling of the story of Joseph
    Joe Roberts (Evan Schwalb) idolizes his older brother, Denny (Neil Schwalb), and Denny’s college friends. But to the guys, Joe is a pesky nuisance whose Christian faith makes him strange, so Denny devises an elaborate prank to write a fake letter and send Joe on a wild goose chase to strike up a friendship with the richest man in America, the reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes (Jeff Wise).

    Grateful for the opportunity, Joe spends all his savings on a flight to meet Mr. Hughes, armed with the phony letter and God’s promises that all things work together for good. However, what started as a practical joke turns serious as each man puts God’s forgiveness to the test. Set in small-town Florida and the freewheeling Las Vegas of the 1970s, this modern retelling of the biblical story of Joseph also features Gena Burghoff as Jodi Curtis and the original song Finally performed by Nick Hildyard.

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  • Rev

    $7.99

    Johnny Starr, Double N…Double R, is The Rev, a white evangelist who was adopted and raised in Arkansas by a devout black family. As Johnny grows older, he’s torn between his desire to preach the Gospel or play rock and roll. Leaving his career and talent agent in Las Vegas, Johnny takes his mama and his bright red Cadillac to a small, poor church in upstate New York. There, he seeks to awaken the congregation spiritually with his unique preaching style and save Jubilation Hall from being taken over by the local mega-church’s head pastor.

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  • SilverBells

    $14.99

    When an ambitious businessman gets in a scuffle with a ref at his son’s basketball game, he is suspended from his job and sentenced to community service — manning a red kettle and ringing bells for the Salvation Army for the rest of the Christmas season. At first he finds this humiliating, and in his self-pity determines to be the world’s worst bell ringer, but as he encounters the people behind the kettle, his life – and especially his relationship with his son – is changed by something as simple as ringing a bell.

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