Places in the Heart, set in 1930s Texas, is the story of a black field hand helping a widowed white produce a successful cotton harvest, ending with an unusual Communion service.
An exceptional look at the threat of homelessness—and this movie is free to stream on Amazon Prime. Click the title to read my entire review.
Excellent, thought-provoking film! To read my full review, click on the headline.
In upstate NY a Protestant minister, teetering between faith & despair because of the death of his son in war & his resulting divorce, becomes radicalize by the suicide of an environmentalist.
A pastor battling to save his church property from take over by a college also has issues with his brother.
Based on a true story, I’m urging you to see this film about a pastor who preaches inclusion. Click the image to read my entire review.
At last! Here is a religious film that truly entertains and inspires! Click the image to read my entire review.
Le Chambon is the true story of a courageous French pastor and his village who saved thousands of Jews during the Holocaust. Click the image to read my entire review.
Grieving the death of her brother, Hera takes his guitar & all to become a metalhead, often acting out her anger inappropriately. Peace comes to her through an unconventional pastor & her mother, who has just let go of her own grief.
On this series focused on an inner-city RC parish, virtually everything was sacred for Fr. Ray & his staff dedicated to serving God thru serving the needy.