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Movie:  Jeff Allen - My Comedy, My Heart (Unknown)
March 20th @ 2:00pm
Jeff Allen provides both laughter and encouragement in this comedy special that includes a testimony with Jeff and his wife.  2 Hours.

Movie: Reconciliation ( 2013)
March 21st @ 10:00pm ET
A groundbreaking, provocative story about a son struggling to reconcile with his estranged father as they overcome the heartbreaking consequences of their past.  2 Hours.

Movie:  For the Glory (2012)
March 23rd @ 2:00pm
Based on a true story of faith, love and soccer, For the Glory follows Kurt Kuykendall's rise from tragedy to greatness. When his lifelong dream to play Olympic basketball falls apart, Kurt is lost and hopeless. But buoyed by his friends and a new faith in God, Kurt gives soccer a try and finds his true calling.  2 Hours.

Movie:  The Widow's Might (2009)
March 26th @ 2:00pm
From the creators of Bubble Trouble and Heartstrings comes an all new feature-length comedy adventure! John Moore and Cameron Cavillo are buddies; aspiring filmmakers with the dream of winning the prestigious American Viewfinder film festival. When an acquaintance of Cameron's, an elderly Widow, faces losing her home to the outrageous property taxes in her area, the Moore family takes action, along with their friends, the Morton family.   2 Hours.

Movie:  Indescribable (2013)
March 27th @ 2:00pm
Amidst financial pressures and the uncertainties of WWI, Pastor Frederick Lehman begins to write a song about the love of God. When he gets stuck on the third verse, ten-year-old Blynn comes to the rescue by calling a sibling council and laying out a strategy to help Papa write the song.  Along the way they waste a lot of paper, explore an old asylum, meet a real Jewish Rabbi, and learn about events that took place more than eight centuries earlier. Faced with failure and grief, Blynn is left grappling with a desire to love God. Can Papa help Blynn discover the truth about God’s love? Featuring the vocals of Guy Penrod.  2 Hours.

Movie:  Sing Over Me (Unknown)
March 28th @ 8:00pm
A film about hope, identity and the transformative power of the Gospel. Dennis Jernigan puts forth his story as an example of what God can do in the lives of those who put their trust in Him.  1.5 Hours.

Movie:  Hiding in Plain Sight (2012)
March 30th @ 2:00pm
What would you do if you lost everything? The answer is a grim reality for Darius and Josey Blackmon. A hardworking couple plagued by bad luck and tough circumstances, they watched their middle-class lifestyle crumble away as unemployment took its brutal toll. Now they have no shelter for their two children except the family car. Struggling to survive and to maintain appearances, Darius is at the end of his rope. His hope is almost gone, but faith may offer and answer, if he can only overcome the pride that holds him back. Filmmaker M. Legend Brown crafts a devastatingly honest, yet uplifting look at a secret struggle that may be closer than you think.  2 Hours.

Movie:  Seven Alone (1974)
March 31st @ 2:00pm
A family trying to relocate out west is plagued with horrible tragedy, but even when both parents die, the 7 children remain determined to make it to Oregon. Based on a true story.  2 Hours.

Movie:  Natalie's Rose (1998)
April 1st @ 2:00pm
Fifteen-year-old Natalie Canton’s world is turned upside down when her mother loses her battle with cancer on Valentine’s Day. A fragile white rose becomes Natalie’s only tangible link between the mother she lost and the hope she desperately needs to find. When Natalie’s father sends her to Nevada for Christmas to visit her aunt’s ranch, Natalie’s rose slips out of her coat pocket, undetected, and falls into the riding corral. The next day, a pure white horse, presumably a stray, stands where the white rose fell. With each passing day as she rides and cares for “Rose,” Natalie learns to accept death as a season of life. “Natalie’s Rose” is a simple, metaphorical story of comfort and assurance for all of us who struggle with death. Love never dies.  2 Hours.

Movie:  Gentle Ben (2002)
April 2nd @ 2:00pm
Dean Cain, who plays Jack, the park ranger,in the movie version comes across as not being very comfortable when he has to become an instant father to his nephew, when it is discovered that his brother and sister-in-law are missing in a plane crash, again turned in an excellent performance. Reiley McClendon(Mark) - in what i believe - was his first movie turned in a good performance. Mark finds solace from his grief when he finds and befriends a bear, 'Gentle Ben' from the title. He appears a bit bewildered but that is understandable as most of his scenes were with the bear (whose real name i believe is 'Bonkers'). Cody Weiant (Ashley) was equally bewildered by the bear but again played her part well. Ashley Laurence played Dakota - Dakota could not hid the fact from anyone (accept Jack) that we was in love with Jack. I believe that Jack and Dakota's relationship will be pursued in the sequel as will the fate of Mark's parents.  2 Hours.

Movie:  What If? (2012)
April 3rd @ 2:00pm
Ben Walker (Kevin Sorbo) is a successful business man but when Ben’s new Mercedes breaks down, everything changes for him as the tow-truck driver, Mike (an angel), appears and shows him what his life could have been if he had followed his calling to become a pastor, a husband, and a father. 2 Hours.

Movie:  Hiding in Plain Sight (2012)
April 4th @ 8:00pm
What would you do if you lost everything? The answer is a grim reality for Darius and Josey Blackmon. A hardworking couple plagued by bad luck and tough circumstances, they watched their middle-class lifestyle crumble away as unemployment took its brutal toll. Now they have no shelter for their two children except the family car. Struggling to survive and to maintain appearances, Darius is at the end of his rope. His hope is almost gone, but faith may offer and answer, if he can only overcome the pride that holds him back. Filmmaker M. Legend Brown crafts a devastatingly honest, yet uplifting look at a secret struggle that may be closer than you think.  2 Hours.

Movie:  For the Glory (2012)
April 4th @ 10:00pm
Based on a true story of faith, love and soccer, For the Glory follows Kurt Kuykendall's rise from tragedy to greatness. When his lifelong dream to play Olympic basketball falls apart, Kurt is lost and hopeless. But buoyed by his friends and a new faith in God, Kurt gives soccer a try and finds his true calling.  2 Hours.

Movie:  The Easter Experience
April 6th @ 2:00pm
Adapted from The Easter Experience Small Group Study is an 80-minute film that tells the story of the death and resurrection of Jesus.  1.5 Hours.

Movie:  Persona (2010)
April 9th @ 2:00pm
Adam Colton, a self-proclaimed “It-Man”, believes his life to be secure and – in a word – perfect. But when a revealing word of truth forces him to face the man in the mirror, masks are stripped away and his life takes on a meaningful yet unexpected turn. Truth surfaces when the lives of five individuals intersect though a divine intervention of self-discovery and core exposure. Persona takes the viewer on a journey that will shatter preconceived judgments and inflated belief systems.  2 Hours.

Movie:  The Gospel According to Matthew Part 1 (2010)
April 10th @ 1:30pm
The year is about 62 A.D., and the aging apostle Matthew recalls the remarkable events he witnessed as a young man. As his story unfolds, the centuries melt away and we are intimately involved in the life of Jesus. We share the mystery and the wonder of His birth. We witness His baptism and temptation in the wilderness. We experience the compassion and hope of the Sermon on the Mount. Walk with Jesus through Galilee as He calls His disciples, performs the first miracles, and begins teaching His world-changing message of love and redemption. This deeply moving presentation of the most beloved of stories stars luminary Richard Kiley as Matthew and the passionate Bruce Marchiano as Jesus. This unique word-for-word presentation in the NIV brings to the screen a divine yet warmly human Jesus.  2.5 Hours.

Movie:  Natalie's Rose (1998)
April 11th @ 8:00pm
Fifteen-year-old Natalie Canton’s world is turned upside down when her mother loses her battle with cancer on Valentine’s Day. A fragile white rose becomes Natalie’s only tangible link between the mother she lost and the hope she desperately needs to find. When Natalie’s father sends her to Nevada for Christmas to visit her aunt’s ranch, Natalie’s rose slips out of her coat pocket, undetected, and falls into the riding corral. The next day, a pure white horse, presumably a stray, stands where the white rose fell. With each passing day as she rides and cares for “Rose,” Natalie learns to accept death as a season of life. “Natalie’s Rose” is a simple, metaphorical story of comfort and assurance for all of us who struggle with death. Love never dies.  2 Hours.

Movie:  The Easter Experience (2007)
April 11th @ 10:00pm
Adapted from The Easter Experience Small Group Study is an 80-minute film that tells the story of the death and resurrection of Jesus.  1.5 Hours.

Movie:  The Gospel of John (2003)
April 12th @ 5:00pm
This film was created by a constituency of artists from Canada and the United Kingdom, along with academic and theological consultants from around the world. The cast was selected primarily from the Stratford Shakespeare Festival and Soulpepper Theatre Company, as well as Britain's Royal Shakespeare Company and Royal National Theatre. The musical score, composed by Jeff Danna and created for the film, is partially based on the music of the Biblical period. The film was produced by Visual Bible International. The film is narrated by Christopher Plummer and stars Scottish-Peruvian actor Henry Ian Cusick as Jesus. Others cast include British actors Stuart Bunce (John), Richard Lintern (Leading Pharisee) Scott Handy (John the Baptist), Lynsey Baxter (Mary Magdalene), and Canadian actors Diego Matamoros (Nicodemus), Stephen Russell (Pontius Pilate), Daniel Kash (Simon Peter), Cedric Smith (Caiaphas) and Nancy Palk (Samaritan Woman).  3 Hours.

Movie:  Charade (1963)
April 13th @ 2:00pm
Regina is about to divorce her husband when she finds that he has been murdered after converting every penny they owned to cash, which is also missing. She meets Cary Grant who changes his name every 15 minutes or so and is interested in her husband's money, which seems to have come from a WWII payroll he stole. His partners in crime are also very interested in where the money is, as he stole it from them as well. Everyone assumes Regina MUST know where the money is. The situation becomes more tense when the searchers begin turning up dead.  2 Hours.

Movie:  What If? (2012)
April 14th @ 2:00pm
Ben Walker (Kevin Sorbo) is a successful business man but when Ben’s new Mercedes breaks down, everything changes for him as the tow-truck driver, Mike (an angel), appears and shows him what his life could have been if he had followed his calling to become a pastor, a husband, and a father. 2 Hours.

Movie:  The Tomb of Jesus (2011)
April 15th @ 2:00pm
In this documentary , Simon Brown's team visit two tombs believed to be the tombs where Jesus Christ was laid and later rose. However Jesus could not have been laid and risen from both tombs, which one is the genuine one? Is there any evidence to support the fact that either of these sites is the genuine one? 2 Hours.

Movie:  Spirit of the Eagle (1991)
April 16th @ 2:00pm
The story is about a cartographer (Dan Haggerty) hired by the Army Corp of Engineers to map out the great uncharted northwest territory. He, of course, is friend to all the animals and in particular to a golden eagle who has the skills of Lassie for tracking and fetching help when needed. Haggerty's son, who has been staying with an aunt after the death of his mother, joins him in the wilderness and parts of the story are told through narration as though the son is an older man recounting tales of his father and their journeys together. Smith (he's so good at playing the villain) is a one-eyed river pirate seeking revenge against Haggerty for the loss of his eye. Classic good guys versus bad guys; and of course the good guy wins. Breathtaking scenery, beautiful horses, amazing animals, noble Indians, the good guys win--what else could you want?  2 Hours.

Movie:  The Gospel According to Matthew Part 2 (2010)
April 17th @ 1:30pm
The year is about 62 A.D., and the aging apostle Matthew recalls the remarkable events he witnessed as a young man. As his story unfolds, the centuries melt away and we are intimately involved in the life of Jesus. We share the mystery and the wonder of His birth. We witness His baptism and temptation in the wilderness. We experience the compassion and hope of the Sermon on the Mount. Walk with Jesus through Galilee as He calls His disciples, performs the first miracles, and begins teaching His world-changing message of love and redemption. This deeply moving presentation of the most beloved of stories stars luminary Richard Kiley as Matthew and the passionate Bruce Marchiano as Jesus. This unique word-for-word presentation in the NIV brings to the screen a divine yet warmly human Jesus.  2.5 Hours.

Movie:  The Gospel According to Matthew Part 2 (2010)
April 18th @ 8:00pm
The year is about 62 A.D., and the aging apostle Matthew recalls the remarkable events he witnessed as a young man. As his story unfolds, the centuries melt away and we are intimately involved in the life of Jesus. We share the mystery and the wonder of His birth. We witness His baptism and temptation in the wilderness. We experience the compassion and hope of the Sermon on the Mount. Walk with Jesus through Galilee as He calls His disciples, performs the first miracles, and begins teaching His world-changing message of love and redemption. This deeply moving presentation of the most beloved of stories stars luminary Richard Kiley as Matthew and the passionate Bruce Marchiano as Jesus. This unique word-for-word presentation in the NIV brings to the screen a divine yet warmly human Jesus.  2.5 Hours.

Movie:  Belle and the Beast (2007)
April 18th @ 10:30pm
The classic fairytale retold as a Christian romance about a man with a hidden past and the woman whose love could unlock his heart.  1.5 Hours.

Movie:  The Gospel According to Matthew Part 1 (2010)
April 20th @ 1:30pm
The year is about 62 A.D., and the aging apostle Matthew recalls the remarkable events he witnessed as a young man. As his story unfolds, the centuries melt away and we are intimately involved in the life of Jesus. We share the mystery and the wonder of His birth. We witness His baptism and temptation in the wilderness. We experience the compassion and hope of the Sermon on the Mount. Walk with Jesus through Galilee as He calls His disciples, performs the first miracles, and begins teaching His world-changing message of love and redemption. This deeply moving presentation of the most beloved of stories stars luminary Richard Kiley as Matthew and the passionate Bruce Marchiano as Jesus. This unique word-for-word presentation in the NIV brings to the screen a divine yet warmly human Jesus.  2.5 Hours.

Movie:  The Gospel According to Matthew Part 2 (2010)
April 21st @ 1:30pm
The year is about 62 A.D., and the aging apostle Matthew recalls the remarkable events he witnessed as a young man. As his story unfolds, the centuries melt away and we are intimately involved in the life of Jesus. We share the mystery and the wonder of His birth. We witness His baptism and temptation in the wilderness. We experience the compassion and hope of the Sermon on the Mount. Walk with Jesus through Galilee as He calls His disciples, performs the first miracles, and begins teaching His world-changing message of love and redemption. This deeply moving presentation of the most beloved of stories stars luminary Richard Kiley as Matthew and the passionate Bruce Marchiano as Jesus. This unique word-for-word presentation in the NIV brings to the screen a divine yet warmly human Jesus.  2.5 Hours.

Movie:  Hanged on a Twisted Cross (1991)
April 23rd @ 2:00pm
Biblical theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer was executed by the Nazis just days before the Allies defeated Germany in World War II. This gripping documentary narrated by Ed Asner captures the life, times, and thought of Bonhoeffer. Using rare archival footage, documents, and visits to original locations, we get an intimate portrait of a man whose life and writings grow in their influence and speak powerfully to issues of our own day some 50 years later.  2 Hours.

Movie:  Natalie's Rose (1998)
April 24th @ 2:00pm
Fifteen-year-old Natalie Canton’s world is turned upside down when her mother loses her battle with cancer on Valentine’s Day. A fragile white rose becomes Natalie’s only tangible link between the mother she lost and the hope she desperately needs to find. When Natalie’s father sends her to Nevada for Christmas to visit her aunt’s ranch, Natalie’s rose slips out of her coat pocket, undetected, and falls into the riding corral. The next day, a pure white horse, presumably a stray, stands where the white rose fell. With each passing day as she rides and cares for “Rose,” Natalie learns to accept death as a season of life. “Natalie’s Rose” is a simple, metaphorical story of comfort and assurance for all of us who struggle with death. Love never dies.  2 Hours.

Movie:  The Gospel According to Matthew Part 2 (2010)
April 25th @ 8:00pm
The year is about 62 A.D., and the aging apostle Matthew recalls the remarkable events he witnessed as a young man. As his story unfolds, the centuries melt away and we are intimately involved in the life of Jesus. We share the mystery and the wonder of His birth. We witness His baptism and temptation in the wilderness. We experience the compassion and hope of the Sermon on the Mount. Walk with Jesus through Galilee as He calls His disciples, performs the first miracles, and begins teaching His world-changing message of love and redemption. This deeply moving presentation of the most beloved of stories stars luminary Richard Kiley as Matthew and the passionate Bruce Marchiano as Jesus. This unique word-for-word presentation in the NIV brings to the screen a divine yet warmly human Jesus.  2.5 Hours.

Movie:  The Apostle Peter and the Last Supper (2011)
April 25th @ 10:30pm
Set in Rome A.D. 67, two jailers at the ancient Mamertine Prison take custody of a famous criminal. He is Simon Peter of Galilee – apostle, disciple and personal friend of Jesus, also called the Christ. Condemned to death, the elderly Peter (Robert Loggia) recounts his life as a simple fisherman and how he met the Messiah. As Peter prepares to depart this earthly life, he will make an unforgettable impression on his jailers through the saving power of the Gospel.  1.5 Hours.

Movie:  Reflections on the 23rd Psalm (2006)
April 27th @ 2:00pm
Ken Curtis explores coping with advanced cancer from personal experience based on the inspiration of the 23rd Psalm. Over 3,000 years ago, Israel's King David--the same one who slew the giant Goliath--wrote what has become the most popular song in the entire history of the world. It is known as the 23rd Psalm. Its words have brought more comfort and courage to more people at more times at more places than any other words ever written. When you combine its comfort and courage, then hope is generated. And hope is one of the most essential and valuable resources to help anyone suffering from cancer or from any major illness or setback in life. Ken Curtis was diagnosed with advanced cancer with little prospect for survival. He pursued a combination of traditional and alternative medicine, undergirded by a strong spiritual dimension and prayer support team. Psalm 23 was a vital part of his spiritual component, and for this video Curtis went to Israel, home of David and the Psalm, to be with the shepherds, travel "through the valley of the shadow of death," and explore and enjoy the healing powers of the green pastures and still waters. The resulting meditations provide a combination of candid personal experience of what it means to battle cancer and some of the spiritual resources available through this time-honored Psalm.  2 Hours.

Movie:  A Walk in the Sun (1945)
April 28th @ 2:00pm
In the 1942 Invasion of Italy, one American platoon lands, digs in, then makes its way inland to attempt to take a fortified farmhouse, as tension and casualties mount.  Unusually realistic picture of war as long quiet stretches of talk, punctuated by sharp, random bursts of violent action whose relevance to the big picture is often unknown to the soldiers.  2 Hours.

Movie:  The Whisper Home (2010)
April 29th @ 2:00pm
Stephen Patterson, a school teacher and family man, is offered an exciting opportunity to run for public office.  However, his exhilaration quickly vanishes when his younger brother Dave returns home after a long bout with drug addiction. Stephen deeply resents Dave for the damage brought to the family in recent years.  He is also disappointed in his parents for welcoming Dave home so generously. Now Stephen has to learn to overcome the bitterness and jealousy, which created a severe rift within the family.  Their journey shares the underlying power of forgiveness and God’s unconditional love for His children.  2 Hours.

Movie:  Father's Little Dividend (1951)
April 30th @ 2:00pm
In this sequel to "Father of the Bride," Stanley Banks learns that his daughter Kay is going to have a baby.  When they get the news, everyone except Stanley is overjoyed.  Buckley's parents and Ellie are overjoyed at the news and virtually take over redecorating the young couple's new home.  Crisis and false alarms take over their lives and when the child is born, the only person he doesn't seem to like is Stanley.  A walk in the park- and absolute panic when Stanley misplaces his grandson – seems to resolve the situation.  2 Hours.

Movie:  Jeff Allen - My Comedy, My Heart (Unknown)
May 1st @ 2:00pm
Jeff Allen provides both laughter and encouragement in this comedy special that includes a testimony with Jeff and his wife.  2 Hours.

Movie:  The Whisper Home (2010)
May 2nd @ 8:00pm
Stephen Patterson, a school teacher and family man, is offered an exciting opportunity to run for public office.  However, his exhilaration quickly vanishes when his younger brother Dave returns home after a long bout with drug addiction. Stephen deeply resents Dave for the damage brought to the family in recent years.  He is also disappointed in his parents for welcoming Dave home so generously. Now Stephen has to learn to overcome the bitterness and jealousy, which created a severe rift within the family.  Their journey shares the underlying power of forgiveness and God’s unconditional love for His children.  2 Hours.

Movie: Reconciliation ( 2013)
May 2nd @ 10:00pm ET
A groundbreaking, provocative story about a son struggling to reconcile with his estranged father as they overcome the heartbreaking consequences of their past.  2 Hours.