The story of Ben Carson’s life, from his struggles in school through to how he stood on the world’s medical stage sharing how the Lord helped him perform a surgery that no one had successfully performed before.
Challenged to coach a troubled girl in a sport he doesn’t know, John Harrison’s faith is put to the test.
After a tragedy while they were on the mission field, the Ripkens went to many persecuted countries to find out whether following God is worth all the risks or not.
When Richard Wurmbrand had to stand up to defend Christ, he knew he would suffer the consequences—would he be able to keep his faith during long years in prison?
The Trapp Family’s story, based on an autobiography from the perspective of the eldest daughter, Agatha.
An excellent dramatization of the well-known novel from the 1800s.
When Anna and her young son Louis arrive in Siam to run a school for the king’s children, they have no idea what they’ve gotten themselves into.
As Anna Leonowens arrives in Siam in the 1860s to become schoolteacher for the Siamese court, she has no clue about the struggles she’ll be facing as she tries to teach modern ideas to the king’s children.
The constantly warring Waodani tribe is threatened with a never-before-encountered enemy: God’s unconditional love. Are they willing to accept the love offered, or will they drive themselves to extinction through their constant fighting?