Hallie Benson is a small girl with a very big heart. Unfortunately, her "creative" ways of helping often leave her father,Dan with a mess to clean up. Dan struggles to keep it all together after his wife's death. He doesn't cook, do hair or know how to help his three children without his beautiful wife and her unshakable faith in God. Through a wonderful surprise,Hallie, her father and the entire family learn how one life really can make a difference.
For well over a century, secular progressives in the United States have worked tirelessly to alter the very nature of our Republic. In all of the ways that count the most, they have very nearly succeeded. The Progressive Threat to the American Republic pinpoints the core principles of secular humanism and traces the way in which progressivism has reshaped the United States.
Decades of political gridlock have left conservatives frustrated over the lack of real progress in reducing the size and influence of government in American society.
The problem lies not in the ability of leaders to effect change, but in the very leaders themselves.
In this 2-session DVD from AFA's Cultural Institute, Ken Cuccinelli sets forth the qualities necessary for any leadership position - political or otherwise - and discusses the looming obstacles that face America in the years to come.
What does it mean for God to speak to mankind?
In this six-week video study, respected philosopher and apologist Richard G. Howe teaches Christians the fundamentals of how to approach and understand their Bible in an age of skepticism. Each session contains a lecture from Dr. Howe and a short wrap-up with interview contributions from other Christian thinkers.
Perfect for Sunday school classes, small groups or individual study!
In times of adversity, it's often everyday people who respond with courage and faithfulness.
Exceptional talents and intelligence are no match for the ordinary person willing to sacrifice property and reputation for the good of others. Today, the well-being of our homes, churches, and nation depends on these kinds of people. In When Ordinary People Stand in the Gap, Bryan Fischer examines the lives of common individuals who overcame fear, opposition, and overwhelming odds for the welfare of others.