Based on a true story, Officer Carl Thomas (Jeff Moore) was revered by his colleagues for his fearlessness at going after the bad guys, but Thomas had a dark side. In DISPATCHED, you will learn how God changed the heart of a street hardened cop into an ambassador of God's love, and how through God, an entire community was changed.

Jack Jonah was an extraordinary teen with real dreams of a bright future. On April 6, 2016, he became a heroin overdose statistic. Now his story is inspiring and educating many on this national epidemic. Actor Dean Cain leads the cast in this multi-plot drama uncovering the deadly drug culture in Western Massachusetts.

After a mix-up in a shipment of lab frogs goes terribly wrong infecting six teens and the school's science teacher with the zombie virus, the group must band together in a race against the clock to find a cure.

Inspired by true events, comes a film starring Dean Cain and Michael Sigler.  In the bordering villages of the Amazon Rainforest, children, toddlers, and teenagers from the jungle search trash cans for food, steal knives to protect themselves at night and live in fear of being forced into the dark world of sex trafficking. For these desperately needy children, nothing was safe, nothing was free until they encountered the love of Jesus through the compassion of Dr. Wes King. Kings’ step of faith is a stunning example of how God miraculously uses the willing to transform the lives of thousands of forgotten children with His hope and healing. It is a story of immense faith, suffering, and love. The children whose stories are revealed in this film will change your heart forever.

John Light is one of the most dangerous inmates in Arizona's State Penitentiary. After accepting Christ in a prison bible study, he is anxious to share his new faith with the outside world upon release. However, looking more like a thug than a theologian, the outside world is terrified of him. Partnered with men who never thrown a punch in their lives, John's real battles are just beginning.

Dealing with some adversity in his life has left Elisha (Michael Sigler) in search of purpose and meaning. After a life-long pursuit seemingly becomes an impossibility, he unexpectedly finds hope and redemption on a haphazard road trip with a stranger (Timothy E. Goodwin). Through the duos misadventures and their continual run-ins with a no-nonsense Sheriff (Dean Cain), Elisha realizes what it means to be a follower of Christ and that God doesn't call the qualified, he qualifies the called.

Dean Cain stars in this heartwarming new faith-inspired film based on a true story about a remarkable woman that used random acts of kindness to change the lives of an entire community. A car accident leaves a family in a predicament, triggering a series of encounters with a range of personalities. When elderly neighbor Astrid (JoAnn F. Peterson) comes into the picture, it's the least of Mike (Jeremy Gladen) and Cindy's (Luba Hansen) expectations that she will change everything. Her clever and mysterious ways confound everyone, including her Pastor (Dean Cain).

The Christ Slayer follows the Passover story of Jesus (DJ Perry) from a unique viewpoint, as we follow the trials and tribulations of Longinus (Carl Weyant), the Roman soldier rumored to have put the spear to Jesus side on the cross. Share in his journey of self-discovery which unfolds along the road to Emmaus, as he encounters a mysterious stranger whose words and actions will awaken deeply buried feelings of forgiveness and faith in the broken soldier who's destiny was to become a legend.

Dean Cain stars in this Christmas story about a teenage girl that finds hope in a magical nativity display at her church. “Megan’s Christmas Miracle” is a journey into the many unexpected life interruptions Megan experiences. The film starts with a hurt little girl and ends with a confident and assured beautiful lady.

Brendan is a pastor in a small, evangelical church, and he has a secret. He doesn't believe in God anymore. His wife is still a true believer - and she just told the wrong person. Losing Our Religion is a feature length documentary about preachers who are not believers, and what atheists do when they miss church. Allowed access to the 600 members of The Clergy Project - a safe haven for preachers from all faiths who no longer believe - the documentary follows ex-members and clergy who are still undercover.

The story of Trew, a quirky young lady with hidden worries and fears, is brought to life when three friends move into her old apartment and find the journal she has left behind, which is an account of Trew’s experience with a mysterious man who showed up in her living room after she was dumped by her boyfriend. Apparently, Trew is the only one who can see, hear, and talk to this mysterious man who calls himself “I AM.”. In Trew’s words, “Its simple-He spoke, I freaked, the unbelievable happened”.

Caught in the upheaval when the Raiders begin attacks against the city of New Haven, Alec joins the team that forms the thin line of defense. Slowed by a physical handicap and resistance from members of the team, Alec must choose where to focus his efforts if he is to keep his job with the force, and if they are to stop the Raiders from destroying the city. Join Alec, Eddie, Pete, and the crew as they battle through perilous adventures, hilarious mishaps, and tear-jerking moments in this allegorical story filled with fun, humor, and a reminder of the importance of God’s Word in our life.

Based on the first book of the Bible, Genesis is a sweeping and poetic look at the beginning of man’s relationship with God. While Jochebed (Venus Monique) hides in a shelter to protect her son from being murdered, she tells him the story of her people over the course of a dangerous night. This inspiring movie explores the idea that mankind will one day return to the place where we started, but that the journey will be filled with hardship, beauty, and a desperate need to trust the Creator.

Desperate to see their church grow, Pastor John (Robert Amaya) and wife Betsy (Erin Bethea) do the unthinkable and change their church Christmas pageant. Flabbergasted, elderly choir director Mary Margaret (Sallie Wanchisn) leads the choir to boycott. Facing termination, Pastor John resorts to disguising himself as an old man.

How do we live, knowing we are going to die? In search of answers, we probed the minds of atheists and agnostics, Buddhists, Jews and Christians, physicians and philosophers, authors and academics, a legendary stand-up comic and scores of random pedestrians. But at the heart of the story are a terminally ill poet determined to become a clown, a cancer-stricken student facing 50/50 odds of survival, and a combat medic whose traumatic experiences erase his fear of death.

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