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Thirteen-year-old Elliott Plumm is trying to figure out how to fit in. His dad, Mick, loves boxing and wishes his oldest son were more interested in the sport than photography. It seems Mick is holding out hope that there is still a chance his younger son, Rocky, will catch the boxing fever. Meanwhile, Elliott's mom is so busy trying to pay bills and keep her husband on track she can't give her oldest son the individual attention he needs. read more
Love Takes Wing, the seventh installment of Janette Oke's Love Come Softly series, is now available on DVD. The story of Dr. Belinda Simpson (Sarah Jones) continues as she and her best friend, Annie (Haylie Duff), travel West for Belinda's new post as a town doctor in Missouri. read more
Terri Cadiente is a wife, mom, life coach, stuntwoman and jet-ski world record holder—who once ended up in a gutter.
Terri grew up in a broken home and felt unloved. It "tinted" her perception of life, she says, and she didn't have the internal structure to know which way to go. The external structure of high school guided her, but after she graduated, when that structure was gone, her life turned upside down. She says, "I just imploded in a big way." read more
The attack of the ... humans? Typically with stories about aliens and humans, it's the aliens who are trying to take over. But this time, the tables are turned. Earth has been destroyed, and the last survivors of humanity must fight for planet Terra in order to survive. It seems an all-out war between the two races is inevitable. read more
The beginning is a very good place to start and that's where X-Men Origins: Wolverine takes us. Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) is out to avenge his girlfriend's death. He'll do whatever it takes and fight whoever is responsible. read more
In his new book, Gary Chapman reminds us that love is more than a feeling. It is something we do. This best-selling author offers a moving collection of personal stories that demonstrate how powerful and transforming love can be when we put it into action.
Readers will be inspired by the family that lavishly cares for a homeless man whose life is changed by their love and generosity. Husbands and wives will be encouraged by the couples that made the hard decision to love in order to see the good. read more
By Conlan Brown | Realms | softcover | 304 pages | $13.99
The Firstborn, a thriller by new author Conlan Brown, jumps immediately into overdrive and doesn't slow down. The opening sequence erupts with heart-pounding action, daring escapes and a victory that leaves the reader wanting more.
Brown introduces us to The Firstborn, made up of three groups: the Domani (those that see the future), Prima (those that see the past) and the Ora (those that see the present), all descendants of those resurrected during the resurrection of Christ. read more
Warner Home Video
Good night, Mama. Good night, Mary Ellen. Good night, John Boy. Good night, Waltons.From 1972 to 1981The Waltons was a beloved and award-winning TV program. Now the ninth and final season is available on DVD. Fans from the show's glory days will enjoy watching again, and new viewers can experience the charm of this loving family. read more
The book of Revelation is full of visions and symbols that are difficult to understand. But there are also pictures, artist and teacher Debby Topliff says, and she had the idea to paint the images described by John. She admits that she is not a trained artist but decided to create the painting "even if it looks like a 7-year-old did it." read more
By Jars of Clay | Essential Records
Jars of Clay follows up its critically acclaimed 2006 album Good Monsters and its excellent 2007 effort, Christmas Songs, with The Long Fall Back to Earth. The Grammy- and Dove Award-winning band said the title of the album is not an admission these songs won't measure up to its recent portfolio, but rather refers to the interpersonal issues the new recording addresses. read more
Thursday night the Gospel Music Association (GMA) continued a tradition started in 1969 with its 40th Dove Awards. Dubbed the "Biggest Night in Gospel Music," the ceremony recognizing artists' achievements in the Christian music industry was broadcast live on the Gospel Music Channel.
The top winners were Casting Crowns and Brandon Heath with a trio of Doves each. Heath received the Song of the Year with Jason Ingram for "Give Me Your Eyes," along with two more awards for Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song and Male Vocalist. Casting Crowns was declared Group of the Year for the fifth time, and also won for Christmas Album and Short Form Music Video, while Natalie Grant was dubbed top Female Vocalist, her fourth consecutive win in the category.
DreamWorks Pictures, Universal Pictures | Starring Jamie, Robert Downey Jr. | Rated PG-13Based on a true story, The Soloist shows the power of music and friendship. Steve Lopez (Robert Downey Jr.) is a Los Angeles reporter who has lost his passion as a journalist. One day while walking through Skid Row, he notices a homeless man passionately playing a two-stringed violin. He thinks Nathaniel Ayers (Jamie Foxx) might make a good story, but soon discovers there is more to Ayers than he originally thought. read more
By Lila Empson and Jayce O'Neal | Christian Life | softcover | 224 pages | $10.99It's that time of year again—graduation. Soon many students will don the robes, walk across a stage, receive their diplomas and enter into the next chapter of their lives. It's an exciting season, but also one filled with questions. Students oftentimes don't know what to ask, much less whom to ask. Lila Empson and Jayce O'Neal offer a great starting place for graduates with 100 Answers to 100 Questions. read more
By Bruce Bickel, Stan Jantz | Bob Simeon Designs | softcover | 128 pages | $7.99Hope is something everyone can use a little more of these days. And this small yet power-packed book offers the perfect amount of comfort and encouragement from the Bible. Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz combine short, thoughtful writings and Scriptures. This booklet is arranged by topic, making it easy for readers to quickly find a passage that will build their faith or could be used to uplift a friend. read more
By Andy Andrews | Thomas Nelson | hardcover | 176 pages | $17.99
Andy Andrews, best-selling author of The Traveler's Gift, provides a timeless lesson on perspective in his latest release, The Noticer. Part allegorical, part autobiographic, part fiction—but all charm and insight—Andrews' parable reminds readers that we need to look at situations with fresh eyes. Everyone can get wrapped up in their own problems, circumstances and way of doing things from time to time, but a little bit of perspective can change everything. read more
Battlefield of the Mind by best-selling author Joyce Meyer is the most popular title of her more than 80 books. And now teachings based on that book are available on DVD. Meyer always preaches biblically and practically, and she is no different here. This special edition DVD includes more than three hours of instruction, helping viewers change their mindsets and overcome self-destructive thinking to live a healthier and more victorious lives.
By Joyce Meyer | Anchor Bay Entertainment
Disneynature | Rated G
It all comes down to a tilt ... and a really big God.As I watched Disneynature's Earth, which opened on Earth Day, I was in awe of God's amazing handiwork. I know that's probably not the intention behind the making of this film, but all I could see was evidence of our Creator and how nature cries out praise to Him. read more
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