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All Saints - Community at work

All Saints - Community at work

"All Saints" tells the true story of Pastor Michael Spurlock (John Corbett) and the community of All Saints Episcopal Church in Smyrna, Tennessee. With the church on the verge of closing, Myanmar refugees gave the pastor and the tiny community, not only a chance to show true Christian care, but also a way to save the church.
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The Case for Christ - Truth of Faith

The Case for Christ - Truth of Faith

One night in 1980, Lee Strobel, an award-winning journalist for the Chicago Tribune, decided to take his wife and young daughter out to the local diner for a family meal. Never did they imagine that it was the dinner that would change their lives forever. The Strobel’s found out in a powerful way that with God there are no coincidences in "The Case for Christ."
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The Heart of Nuba - Authentically Lived Christianity

The Heart of Nuba - Authentically Lived Christianity

Did you know there is an ongoing genocide perpetrated by President Omar Al-Bashir upon the mountain people of southeastern Sudan? This relatively unreported atrocity persists for the 1 million residents of the Nuba Mountains. "The Heart of Nuba," a new documentary film, tells the story of the region's one doctor and his efforts to bring healing and love to the Nuba people.
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The Shack - A Poetic Retreat

The Shack - A Poetic Retreat

The movie, "The Shack," based on the best-selling novel by William P. Young, provides a cinematic retreat for the audience. In two hours it invites the viewer to go deep, to examine one’s life, relationships, and struggles with faith. As Tim McGraw, who plays Mack’s friend and pastor, Willie, in the film, says, this story “impacts viscerally.” One cannot but be moved by such a profoundly impactful film. The movie draws each viewer into the emotion-laden experience of the characters...
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Scorsese's "Silence" is his most Catholic film

Scorsese's "Silence" is his most Catholic film

Shûsaku Endô (1923-1996) was a Japanese Catholic novelist whose extensive writings probed the conflicts and paradoxes of faith. He was born in Tokyo, lived in Manchuria, then returned to Japan and was baptized at about the age of 11. After university, he married, had a son and lived in France. The novelist Graham Greene, with whom Endo has often been compared, said he was "one of the finest living novelists" of his time.In 1966, Endô published Silence (Chinmoku), a wo...
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Greater - power of good example

Greater - power of good example

How bad do you want it? This question drove Brandon Burlsworth (Christopher Severio) to something Greater. Despite no natural talent on the football field, Brandon wanted more than anything to play for the Arkansas Razorbacks. Coach after coach told him he would never make it but Brandon proved them all wrong and became known as the greatest walk-on in college football history.
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The Innocents

The Innocents

There's a new film out about nuns. And we can never have too many films about nuns, of course. The film "The Innocents" is  about a convent in Poland in 1945, at the end of World War II, where horrors have occurred. Horrors not just from the war and the Nazi occupation, but from the newly-occupying Red Army. I won't be able to go any further in this review if I don't tell you more. SPOILER ALERT: The whole film is about the fact that many of the Sisters were raped by R...
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