MOUNT HERMON, CA (ANS - September 23, 2016) - Imagine you're relaxing in your hotel room after a long day's work. Your three-week business trip is nearly over and you're returning home the next day. Then...
Science has a way of making a man feel confident. It gives him a sense of being in control of the universe. Man feels powerful as a result of the assurance he receives from scientific research. It is partly emotional, and largely intellectual. It is a potent combination of knowledge and a "buzz." The buzz corresponds to how highly a person views science in the grand scheme of things.
OK. You're a comic book character. The bad guys are closing in. The time bomb is ticking, your best friend's become a maniacal intergalactic terrorist, and the IRS is auditing you. You need a superhero - fast - but you can choose only one: Superman or Batman. Who you gonna call?
The true story this film depicts is astonishing. A nine-year-old girl falls thirty feet, lands headfirst, sustains only minor scrapes and bruises, and leaves the hospital the next day. She says she visited heaven and sat in Jesus' lap. Eventually, her chronic, life-threatening illness is gone.
The documentary film,Patterns of Evidence: Exodus by Timothy P. Mahoney is spectacular from the standpoint of cinematography and also as compelling biblical evidence for the Old Testament's account of the Exodus.
The Masked Saint has opened in theaters nationwide. Starring Brett Granstaff (Vice) as Christopher 'The Saint' Samuels, and follows the journey of former professional wrestler, who retires from the ring to settle down as a small town pastor. A Samuels faces a number of problems in the community, he decides to moonlight as a masked vigilante to fight the injustice. While facing crises at home and at the church, Samuels must evade the police and somehow reconcile his secret identity with his calling as a pastor. Inspired by the life of Pastor Chris Whaley,The Masked Saint is based on the book of the same name by Whaley.
According to UNICEF, 1.2 million children are enslaved every year. Sex trafficking is the world's fastest growing global crime, and it takes place everywhere-even here in America. Caged No More is a scary eye-opening movie, which highlights the very real dilemma of the sex trade. It will also have
Dr. Jane Hawking believes it is possible for a marriage to work between a couple who do not agree about matters of faith, as long as both are "fairly relaxed" on the subject. Recalling the early years of her first marriage on July 14, 2015, to Stephen Hawking, Dr. Hawking told leading Christian dating website Christian Connection (http://www.christianconnection.com/): "At first we lived in harmony, each respecting the other's point of view." But then came a serious problem.
Can you imagine being buried alive for days, weeks, months on end? In this dramatic true story that captivated the world in 2010, a huge explosion traps 33 miners deep underground in Chile. Up top, an international team works frantically to save them. Food rations and human hope are sparse. But with deep determination and fervent prayer
Some stories are not fast-paced drama, but they are believable and inspiring. The Father's Love is one of those films. The characters seem authentic and the plot is raw and relatable -- especially to young people hoping to find true love.