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Movie: The Climb (2002)
August 30th @ 10:00pm ET
Two hotshot mountain climbers forge an uneasy friendship in order to reach their ultimate summit. A daring rescue just earned flamboyant Derrick Williams (Jason George, Sunset Beach), the climb of a lifetime, but his dream comes with an unwanted partner. Safety man Michael Harris (Ned Vaughn, The Beach Boys) doesn't hot dog, doesn't blaze trails and rarely takes life to the edge. Media attention forces training to take a back seat in their fire-and-ice relationship. But no amount of training can prepare them for the harsh reality of the Chilean Andes. The Climb escalates into a test of wills, character and sacrifice that pushes both men beyond limits.  2 Hours.

Movie: Reggie's Prayer (Unknown)
September 1st @ 2:00pm ET
Reggie White stars as Reggie Knox, a pro football player who retires, frustrated because he hasn't won a championship. Knox begins coaching a Portland, Ore., high school football program, where he befriends a troubled student.  2 Hours.

Movie: A Letter To Dad (2009)
September 2nd @ 2:00pm ET
Dan has finally met the woman of his dreams---but on the night he plans to propose, he's suddenly overcome by anger toward the father who abandoned him as a boy. As he relives his life in flashbacks, can he find courage to release the past---and embrace the future?  2 Hours.

Movie: Homecoming (2011)
September 3rd @ 2:00pm ET
Homecoming is a drama about a group of friends and co-workers trying to win a challenge to build an autonomous, artificial-intelligent driven watercraft. The story flashes back to the last Homecoming dance of high school and the present. Jason is a genius programmer and all-around computer geek. Except for his long time friend Julia, the people around him have no idea how smart he actually is. Jason is only performing at a fraction of the level he could and does just enough to get by at work, without anyone looking deeper. Even though Jason's life is a mess on the inside, he's comfortable with how things are. However, when confronted with his past, Jason’s world really starts to fall apart. It's never too late to go home, but will Jason let God do a work in him or will he continue down the road to destruction?  2 Hours.

Movie: Beyond Acceptance (2011)
September 4th @ 2:00pm ET
When Evans, a ten-year-old unwanted child, enters his home, Aaron’s life is permanently transformed. Believing they have much to offer, Aaron and his wife, Stacy, chose to use their family and stable home as a platform to reach out to children in need through foster care. However, this undertaking was not as simple as they had anticipated. Evans is their first placement. Abandoned as an infant and tossed from home to home, he is a boy with no hope of ever being wanted. Aaron and Stacy often find themselves wondering about the outcome of their ambitious undertaking. The coping behaviors Evans has developed as a result of his past make him extremely challenging. Tantrums, mysterious disappearances, food fights, and impenetrable silence become a new part of their everyday life. Aaron is shaken by his lack of control. Stacy is crushed by the rejection of her affection. Their daughter, Jennie, is resentful of the chaos now ruling her life. As each new obstacle surrounds their family, they are dragged continually closer to the breaking point. Their future is fraught with questions. Can they continue? Will Evans ever understand? Will they be able to entrust themselves wholeheartedly to the hands of God? Is it possible to love the unlovable. . . is he really beyond acceptance?  2 Hours.

Movie: Reconciliation (2013)
September 6th @ 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. “Very strong Christian, biblical worldview centered on forgiveness, reconciliation, and God’s love.” 2 Hours.

Movie:  Flywheel (2003)
September 8th @ 2:00pm ET
Weary of the masks he wears and the lies he tells, an unscrupulous used car salesman resolves to win back his wife, become a better role model for his son, and stop ripping off his unsuspecting customers in the inspirational feature directorial debut of Facing the Giants director Alex Kendrick. Jay Austin (Kendrik) is the kind of used car salesman that customers fears most - dishonest, manipulative, and constantly smiling as he sends another lemon driving off the lot. Eventually Austin's deceptive ways catch up with him, prompting him to take serious stock of his life from the ground up.  2 Hours.

Movie: Prodigal (2010)
September 9th @ 2:00pm ET
Jacob Davidson (Andrew McDermott) rests on top of the world until the devastating news that his mother has passed sends him spiraling down to rock bottom. Succumbing to alcohol and contemplating suicide, Jacob struggles to get his life back. When Jacob finds himself in a life threatening situation, he is forced to make a choice. His ways, or God's ways.  2 Hours.

Movie: The Perfect Stranger (2005)
September 10th @ 2:00pm ET
'THE PERFECT STRANGER' tells the story of Nikki, a troubled attorney who one day receives a mysterious dinner invitation from a man claiming to be Jesus of Nazareth.  2 Hours.

Movie: Angel on Abbey Street (1999)
September 11th @ 2:00pm ET
This family-friendly fantasy-comedy is about a homeless man with a heart of gold and a little girl in need of a lesson about faith.2 Hours.

Movie:  Facing the Giants (2006)
September 12th @ 2:00pm ET
One of the most prominent ideas of our time today is the Green Movement, which says that the Earth is threatened by the activity, even the existence, of mankind, and that the noble response is to restrict our freedom in order to save the planet. BLUE challenges that idea. 60 Minutes.

Movie: Beware of Christians (Unknown)
September 13th @ 10:30pm ET
Beware of Christians chronicles the wild ride of four college guys asking themselves what it really looks like to follow Jesus.  90 Minutes.