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The Line: Poverty in America
Poverty in America is probably not what you think. Emmy Award-winning producer Linda Midgett shows us in this groundbreaking documentary a new face of poverty in America. About 50 million people in the United States live below the poverty line…
India's Forgotten Women (Untouchables)
Many millions of women in India today suffer painful and cruel oppression simply because of their gender and caste identity. This film unearths astonishing and rarely filmed evidence of discrimination against Dalit women.
The Amish: People of Preservation
The Amish continue to intrigue their technology-current neighbors by keeping alive ways and beliefs that many modern Americans regard as irretrievably lost to progress. In this colorful, award-winning documentary, newly revised and augmented, Mennonite historian John L. Ruth takes us…
Find Me - Adopting Children from China
Find Me is a profoundly moving documentary that tells the stories of three families who adopt children from China as well as the stories of those who loved these children first; The biological parents who feel they can't keep their…
Shadow Voices: Finding Hope in Mental Illness
Here is an inside look at what it is like to live with a mental illness and how individuals and their families find their way through medical, governmental, societal and spiritual issues--to hope.
Hutterites: To Care and Not to Care
Spiritual cousins of the Mennonites and Amish, the Hutterites live simply with austerity. By a way of life that is supremely communal rather than individualistic, the Hutterites have rid themselves of poverty, homicide and anxiety about the future.
Embracing Aging
Change and getting older is inevitable. So how can we make it the best it can be? Families, experts and "wise ones" share insights on aging, facing illness, and cooperating as siblings in the care of aging parents.
Fierce Goodbye
In this video, family survivors reveal their intimate stories and aching pain to assist other survivors and to help the broader community understand the unique and terrible grief of suicide. This documentary explores Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, and Greek Orthodox responses…
Bringing Joshua Home - American Adoptions of Russian Children
In late December, 2012, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a bill banning all American adoptions of Russian children. Americans have adopted hundreds of children from Russia each year, providing hope and love to those languishing in Russia's overstressed orphanage system.…
Captivated - Finding Freedom in a Media Captive Culture
Captivated features insights from media experts as well as personal stories from individuals and families who have escaped media addiction and learned to make discerning and God-honoring choices about their use of media technology.
India's Hidden Slavery (Untouchables)
This award winning film by Michael Lawson exposes contemporary slavery in India among the 250 million strong Dalit community, once known as the Untouchables.
This Changed Everything - Episode 1 - Commemorating 500 Years of the Reformation
Part of the Series: This Changed Everything
Meet Martin Luther and Huldrych Zwingli. These two reformers shared much in common but their differences would lead to a legacy of Christian discord that continues into the present day.
The Pink Room
The Pink Room, 2014 Emmy Award Winner for Best Documentary (Northern California Region.) A true story of redemption, ordinary people becoming heroes, Cambodians rising up with compassion to take back their country, and a town's process of rebuilding from the…
Through a Lens Darkly: Grief, Loss and C. S. Lewis
Through a Lens Darkly: Grief, Loss and C.S. Lewis will uplift the soul with moving stories of individuals and families touched by significant loss who have begun their journey to recovery, and who share their thoughts on the timeless wisdom…
Plain Talk About Alzheimer's Disease
Kimberly R. Kelly talks about Alzheimer's and Related Dementia followed by the most feared and little known aspects of Alzheimer's: Wandering. Kim has a wonderful ability to explain in a simple and understandable way the effects Alzheimer's has on a…
Hidden Heroes
The rescue of Jews in Nazi-occupied Holland is a story of unimaginable courage and faith. As told by those who lived through the Nazi terror, this evocative documentary recounts what it was like for Dutch Jews to face systematic isolation,…
Long Road Back
Long Road Back seeks to reduce the fear and stigma experienced by those re-entering society after serving a term in prison.
The Stranger - Immigrants, Scripture & the American Dream
By highlighting biblical teaching related to immigrants, sharing compelling stories of immigrants who are also evangelical Christians, and addressing some common economic and political misconceptions, The Stranger seeks to mobilize evangelical Christians to respond to immigrants and to immigration policy…
Passion for Justice - A Civil Rights Leader
Passion for Justice tells the compelling story of Drs. John and Vera Mae Perkins, integral leaders in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960's and an evangelical voice for community development and racial reconciliation. As a pastor in 1960's Mississippi,…
Finding Hope in Recovery
Finding Hope in Recovery, as aired on ABC network, gives insight into the difficult experience of families dealing with addiction. Travel with these families through the stages of recovery - and setback. Learn how recovery, reconciliation and healing can happen.…