5 years ago, I recorded a dream in front of the camera; Today, 5 years later, is the day it came true. We sent a camera to 30,000m above the ground, and recorded high quality (8k resolution, 360° view) images of earth’s surface from near space, using a first-person point of view. This behind-the-scenes footage helps convey the experience of creation and tells the story of pursuing dreams. This video shows the unique charm of nature and astronomy as well as demonstrating the power and spirit of pursuing one dreams to the audience.


Narrated by Kevin Sorbo (God's Not Dead). Based on true discoveries from the time of Christ. While scholars debate the timing of the Rapture, the world has forgotten why this event is prophesied to occur in the first place; knowledge that was once understood by those in the first century. Today, researchers in the Middle-East have rediscovered ancient anthropological evidence that reveals how and why the Rapture must occur; unveiling new biblical insight that will reignite hope for believers and prepare the world for what's coming.


The inspiring story of how God took two total strangers, living 3,507 miles apart, each following God's call to fulfill the same vision: building the Children's Lighthouse Orphanage and most importantly rebuilding children's lives in one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere. 
Warning: if viewed, this film could change your life!


23 states in the U.S. experienced a significant rise in opioid overdose last year. In the newest film by Nate Powers, DEATH to LIFE shines a light on the humanity behind the statistics, as you’re introduced to people whose stories are embedded in the very heart of this crisis.


In February 2006, two young Australians were convicted of drug smuggling in Indonesia and were sentenced to death by firing squad. During their 9 years in prison, Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan were rehabilitated and began many positive activities within the prison, such as mentoring other prisoners and helping to teach English.

Myuran became an accomplished artist, while Andrew became an ordained minister and established a church inside the prison. Rev Christie Buckingham was Myuran’s spiritual adviser. This is her eye witness account of a night that will not be forgotten.


Merle is an eight-year-old girl living in the predominantly Catholic south of the Netherlands. She is preparing for her first Holy Communion. She goes to communion classes to learn about the rituals, the sacraments and the Last Supper. Her family and friends bombard her with questions. While Merle's friends are mostly interested in the bouncy house and presents, her father and grandfather talk about the deeper meaning of this initiation rite. What about Merle herself though, the little girl who’s taking it all in with wide-eyed amazement? What does she believe?  On the big day itself, Merle looks radiant in a gorgeous white dress made by her grandmother. And once the official ceremony is over, it’s - naturally - time for the bouncy house.


What originally started off as a philanthropic $50,000 donation from a young couple affected by cancer to sponsor a patient to receive non-toxic treatments, has evolved into a global movement that is now giving Hope for Breast Cancer to thousands. Wife, mother, accomplished athlete, and all-around “health nut,” Angela Lima’s world was rocked upside-down when she was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in 2017. Since then, her “healing journey” has taken her down paths she never thought were possible and what she discovered was that cancer is not a new chapter to her book of life, it’s an entirely new book! She tried everything that she could to beat cancer and, in the process, experienced a life-altering revelation that helped her discover that there is truly Hope for Breast Cancer.


After the devastating earthquake of 2015, many women and children disappeared from their homes and villages in Nepal. In the shadow of the mighty Mt. Everest lies some of the world's most active human trafficking trains. 
Years before the crushing natural disaster, Sharmila Ghimire lays gasping for breath, her heart struggling to pump blood through her body. Her husband, Dhan Raj Ghimire, desperately pleads to an unknown god for mercy, and her condition stabilizes in response. Weeks later, Sharmila's physician shockingly concludes she is healed of her yearslong heart failure. 
Motivated by their miraculous recovery, Sharmila and Dhan Raj resolve to show compassion to the lost and hurting of Nepal. Many families live in the slums where children are not encouraged to attend school, with government apathy allowing for the continuation of human slavery. In spite of the pain and poverty of Nepal, the Ghimire's are betting on an agricultural investment that could change Nepal forever.


LOVE GOES PUBLIC is the true story of an unlikely principal’s contagious courage and outspoken faith that transformed the failing schools of Alabama’s “Black Belt.”

Ten years ago Brenda Sullen was asked to rescue a public high school on the brink of chaos. Dropout rates skyrocketing. Crime in the hallways. Drugs and teenage pregnancy creating a dead-end for student’s dreams. Faculty and staff couldn’t keep up with the challenges.

With no experience, dwindling financial resources, and little state support, Principal Sullen turned to the two strengths she knew best: her deep faith in Jesus and her tragedy-to-triumph life story.

Mrs. Sullen and her eighteen siblings grew up in poverty in rural South Georgia. She became an All-American college athlete, mother, wife, and passionate advocate to see others like her turn their tragedies into triumphs.

Filmed by an award-winning director of photography, Oscar-winning producer, and an executive producer with 38 years working side-by-side with students, volunteers, and communities, LOVE GOES PUBLIC is an inspiring American story of what happens when a person’s passionate faith meets a community’s desperate need.


Making a Difference is an inspirational documentary about Community Share Ministries, which is a faith-based non-profit organization with a mission to feed, clothe, and house people in need within our community and the communities around us. The way the program works is unique and needs to be shared. It tells the story of how one man gave up everything and answered God’s call to start the ministry. They help people who are homeless, addicted to drugs, and coming from bad situations. It tells about the struggles and successes.


The life of martyr Alojzij Grozde, from his poor childhood in Dolenjska to his life as a student and finally his tragic death. As a writer, activist, and skilful speaker with a combative nature, he quickly acquired a good reputation and found like-minded people among his peers, but also opponents. He paid for his upright character and patriotism with his life. For a long time after his tragic death, Alojzij was a silent witness to martyrdom, and today he is a role model to many young people.

The short but rich life of the Blessed Alojzij Grozde has forever marked the Slovenian Catholic space. The Heart is Not Afraid is the first Slovenian film depicting a Slovenian martyr.


An Irish pastor living in Chemnitz, Germany, the heart of the neo-Nazi movement, helps transform a neighborhood and its people. The story of Rev Barry Sloan, who grew up as a tough kid living in Northern Island, starts a community center that includes whiskey tasting, while embracing a radical form of inclusion.


Would you let a former drug and gun running pirate teach your kindergartner? Apparently, God would... 

This is the true story of Rocky Malloy, whose unbelievable journey took him from pirate, to preacher, to teacher. Today, he and his wife Joske, lead one of the most important educational foundations, for at-risk youth, in the world, Mission Generation.



Save The Peace Cross documentary is about the Bladensburg WWI Memorial Peace Cross that was dedicated in 1925 to honor 49 men who fought and died for our country but was in jeopardy of being remove due a lawsuit filed by Atheists in 2014 until we stopped them and saved it.


Father Douglas Al-Bazi travels to Papatoetoe, New Zealand to lead St. Addai Chaldean Catholic Church. As he enters into the town, people begin to learn about his time as an ISIS captive. Father Al-Bazi shares his stories of torture by ISIS and his struggle to keep his faith. "Saving Faith" reveals the perseverance of Father Al-Bazi and the Iraqi community following one of the most hostile times in Iraq's history.


A 2400km journey of hope down Australia's longest river. A father and his two sons take a daring adventure down the River Murray to inspire the youth of Australia and bring awareness to the high rate of suicide.


The Christmas Question documentary unravels the history of the holiday and explores the implications for today’s Christians.


The Triple Bypass is a 120-mile bike ride over three of Colorado's most challenging mountain passes. It has become an international favorite for avid bike enthusiasts and an amazing accomplishment for the 4,500 riders who attempt the ride each year. 
The Triple Bypass had been Matt Crowe's dream for years. It seemed like an impossible dream after a mountain biking accident in June of 2018. He flipped over the handlebars and broke his neck -- literally. 
The prognosis from his team of surgeons was grim -- Matt would never walk again. The images from radiology made it undeniably clear to everyone. Everyone but Matt. 
Riding Back to Life is a short documentary about Matt's inspirational journey of courage, perseverance and hope, set within the drama of the Triple Bypass Bike Ride and the breathtaking scenery of Colorado's majestic mountains. 


Filmed throughout 2018, “TO THE ENDS” documents 12 months in the life of the organization, Ride Nature. This 10 part film series is made up of footage from 10 different trips to 10 different locations around the world. Each film shares a different aspect, story, and/or testimony to the work that has taken place in each of those countries and the lives that have been impacted.


A documentary about the Old-Believer community living in Pakistan. Being a minority in an Islamic country with its discriminational laws and law-enforcement system these people maintain their dignity and are concentrated on social work for children among the most deprived nomadic groups. Cooperation with Russian Old-Believers, who have undergone persecution and discrimination, shows the true human 
unanimity in the documentary. This is a story about how you can remain a human in one of the most dangerous and hard-to-live-in countries.