50th Anniversary Edition – Between 1960 and 1975, the creators of “Gumby” produced Davey and Goliath as a welcome alternative to other children’s programming. The 3-D, stop-motion animated characters were seen by millions of children world-wide. Now the wholesome characters have a new life! They’ve been refurbished and restored for DVD and the Davey and Goliath shows feature timeless moral themes. Join these quirky, wholesome characters on their adventures as they discover valuable lessons based on Biblical values. Recommended for ages 3 to 8.
Through the music of full animation, you can personally visit the colorful garden kingdom of Agapeland, where a blend of stories and fun songs gently teach children about the Fruit of the Spirit. Be delighted by the whistels, horns, buttons, and dials of the powerful and energizing Music Machine.
Young Samuel and little Mary are intrigued with the man called John the Baptist, but they can’t take the chance of staying in one place long enough to listen to his message. On the run from Roman soldiers, the brother and sister must do whatever it takes to survive. But when they meet a kind woman at a well, she introduces them to her son, Jesus—and their meeting forever changes the children’s lives.
The touching story of a foster care recipient turned foster care caseworker, with a burning need to pay it forward. Through her confusion and pain, she sets out to provide every child with the protection that she, herself fell short of. After she has proven to the world that she will not the children she’s given charge over will not end up as another casualty of the system, she ultimately discovers the true purpose for her own life.
(Rock Rapids, IA) – A fun family adventure produced by Creekside Films, Crimes and Mister Meanors is a now available on DVD from Bridgestone Multimedia Group.
The plot centers on Jake Harvard, a 13-year-old boy who is less than thrilled when he learns he has to spend the summer in suburban Washington, D.C., with his uncle Benny, an unmotivated, middle-aged detective. On his way to Uncle Benny’s office during his first day in the nation’s capital, Jake befriends an inquisitive young girl named Kat Adams who has a passion for American history and God-given freedoms. When Uncle Benny turns away a distraught client named Lola Meanors who needs help finding her missing husband, Jake and Kat hold their own secret investigation to help solve the case.
The two quickly find themselves in the middle of a major conspiracy that has claimed the lives of several scientists at a secret government facility and threatens to end theirs as well. In their quest to find out what happened to Mister Meanors, a climactic face-off at one of Washington’s oldest landmarks gives the pair a glimpse into what made America’s founders so great and helps them realize that one decision can change the course of history.
Crimes and Mister Meanors is the second feature-length movie from Creekside Films, an independent production company based in McDonough, Georgia. Their first film, The Solomon Bunch, tells the story of story of 5 kids who study Solomon in the Bible to learn as much as they can as children to avoid making mistakes as adults.
Starring Logan Burton, Cassady McClincy, Allen O’Reilly, Ashley LeConte Campbell, and Alpha Trivette, Crimes and Mister Meanors is now on sale for $9.99 from BMG through the Christianbook Group.
(Rock Rapids, IA) – Filled with heart and humor, The Last Straw is a new inspirational holiday film that may forever change the way your family celebrates Christmas.
To help stop the children’s constant bickering and bring back the Christmas spirit, the McDonald family agrees to resume an old tradition. With help from their neighbor “Gramps”, who is preparing for his first Christmas since the death of his wife, they build a manger for baby Jesus and create a soft bed by adding one straw at a time any time someone secretly does something nice for another family member. However, for one family member, a required act of kindness becomes more than he can take.
“The Last Straw hits all the right notes as a family-friendly holiday movie,” wrote Edwin L. Carpenter in his review for the Dove Foundation. “The acting is terrific, the story is interesting, and the situations are realistic. We doubt you’ll be able to watch The Last Straw only once. You’ll want to watch it again and again.”
The film co-stars Adam Johnson, Britani Bateman, Darion Willardson, Madison Bontempo, and Corbin Bernsen as “Gramps.” While best known for his role on the TV series L.A. Law, Bernsen also stars in the inspirational thriller Suing the Devil, which is available from Bridgestone Multimedia Group.
The Last Straw is now on sale for $12.99 from BMG through the Christianbook Group.
To help stop the children’s constant bickering and bring back the Christmas spirit, the McDonald family agrees to resume an old tradition. With help from their neighbor “Gramps” (Corbin Bernsen), who is preparing for his first Christmas since the death of his wife, they build a manger for baby Jesus and create a soft bed by adding one straw at a time any time someone secretly does something nice for another family member.
However, for one family member, a required act of kindness becomes more than he can take. Filled with heart and humor, The Last Straw is an inspirational holiday film that may forever change the way your family celebrates Christmas.
Two of Santa’s elves, Elwood and Nora, are vacationing in small-town USA when they receive an urgent transmission from the North Pole about a new law that forbids adults from disciplining children. This sudden lack of consequences for kids has led to a worldwide epidemic of bad behavior, and it’s up to Elwood and Nora to stop it.
With the help of young Jessica, the elves set out to transform the wayward children from naughty to nice and rid the small town of an economic depression. As their friendship with the Christian girl blossoms, they discover the limits of their magic, the true meaning of Christmas, and the joy of helping others.
The story of an everyday family struggling to free itself from the burden of material possessions, Stand Strong follows Matt Webster, a husband and father who measures his success by his possessions. While he appears to have it all, pride of ownership does little to fill the void in Matt’s life, which lacks strong convictions and a strong faith in God. Financial stress creates tension among Matt, his wife, Tara, and their children, who slowly watch the seams of a seemingly perfect existence unravel as credit cards are declined and arguments grow heated.
After nearly losing a loved one in an accident, Matt and his family are stripped of all they own and are forced to move in with his brother’s family. In their new positive, Christian environment, Matt and Tara learn by example how to lead their home and their children, re-evaluate their priorities, and realize that happiness is the true measure of success.
Written, directed, and produced by Rob Diamond, Saint Street follows the life of Percy, a good man who becomes focused on making money rather than spending time with his family. On Christmas Eve, he breaks yet another promise to his wife and children to leave work early and misses the annual Christmas party. After repeated warnings to change his ways, Percy suffers a serious car accident that causes him to lose everything, including his family, job, and the use of his legs.
Confined to a wheelchair and homeless, Percy is humbled into living with misfits in the gritty world of Saint Street. Yet, godly examples surface in the most unlikely places, showing Percy that there might be a light at the end of the tunnel in this traditional Christmas story of faith, hope, and redemption.