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Monday, August 16, 2010

MOVIES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY


If you are on the lookout for movies for the entire family, some of Huithiang!'s picks may be worth consideration. Movies from the Christian world-view, they are suitable for the entire family, and you don't need to squirm watching together with your sons and daughters.They are movies that depict real life, real places and real situations.

TIME CHANGER
A Bible professor from 1890 suddenly finds himself in a present day world.  The surprise ending will make you think hard about your faith!

FACING THE GIANTS
Daring to trust God to do the impossible, Coach Taylor and the Eagles discover how faith plays out on the field...and off.

FIREPROOF
Caleb's dad challenges him to a forty day experiment: The Love Dare. Will he be able to demonstrate love to a person who constantly rejects his love?

SET APART
Rey, Korina, Marcus, and Anthony head west thinking the city is their friend. On the ranch, they discover what true friendship is all about.

THE SECRETS OF JONATHAN SPERRY
When Dustin mows the lawn of seventy-five year old Jonathan Sperry, a unique friendship develops. What happens the rest of this summer is something Dustin and his friends will never forget!

SOMETHING TO SING ABOUT:  
Love changes people in this music-fueled drama about a man who believes he has nothing to live for after prison, but soon discovers love, faith, and an outlet for his talents.

THE RIVER WITHIN
Fresh out of law school, and with an upcoming bar exam to prepare for, the highly motivated and strictly disciplined Jason returns to the small Southern town he grew up in to spend the summer studying.

LOVE COMES SOFTLY:  
Volume One contains the first three full-length movies which follow the struggles of frontier life. The great American plains become a test of pioneering spirit, inner strength, and undying faith.

The stories of these movies will warm your heart and are guaranteed to be uplifting, inspiring and encouraging to every member of the family.

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