We're excited to introduce you to our newest drama film Redeemed starring Ted McGinley. Our hope with every film we produce is that it may challenge your faith and uplift the human spirit. It's a redemptive story between a married couple with relatable pressing issues many marriages face today. It deals with a lot of the hard questions we sometimes don't talk enough about that creep on us when we're most vulnerable. How far is too far? Just what is adultery? We highly recommend this film for the newly to experienced married couples in our audience. It will be available on DVD September 9th at all your local Christian Bookstores.
Paul Tyson (Ted McGinley) is a loving husband, devoted father and well-respected businessman on the brink of the biggest deal of his career. But when Julia (Ana Ayora), the breathtakingly beautiful representative sent to manage the buy-out of Paul’s company, Paul finds himself letting their relationship going further than he intended. As the pressures of a crumbling company creep in, and intense new feelings abound, wedding vows get put on the back burner and the question arises… Just what is adultery?
(God’s Not Dead) The numbers are in and it’s official. According to the industry’s leading tracking firm, “God’s Not Dead”, produced this year by Pure Flix, hit No. 2 position on the national home video sales charts the week ending August 1oth.
According to the Variety Magazine article published this week, “God’s Not Dead ranks #2, on both the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert chart, which tracks overall disc sales, Blu-ray Disc and DVD combined, and Nielsen’s dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart.”
I have to admit, watching these amazing athletes compete in Sochi has got me feeling, not only patriotic, but a little, let’s say, underachieving. It’s incredible to think that these are the fastest, strongest, most disciplined individuals on the planet. No wonder we love to watch them compete. Read More & Comment →
God's Not Dead Proof #2 - The universe had to begin with something, and it couldn’t be itself.
Everything in the universe has a cause. If I hold out a pen and drop it (cause), it will fall (effect). I could also say: I was born (effect) because my mother gave birth to me (cause)...but then that begs the question, “Where did she come from?” Read More & Comment →