Jonas Nightengale is a fraudulent Christian faith healer who makes a living travelling around America holding revival meetings and conducting 'miracles' with the help of his friend and manager, Jane, and their entourage. One of their trucks breaks down in Rustwater, a town in desperate need of rain to save their crops. While waiting for spare parts, Jonas decides to hold a revival meeting in the town. The local sheriff, Will Braverman, is skeptical and tries to prevent his town and its people from being conned. However a local disabled boy, Boyd, believes Jonas could make him walk again. Events in Rustwater make Jonas examine his own faith and doubts.
Best friends since they were kids, Rabbi Jacob Schram and Father Brian Finn are dynamic and popular young men living and working on New York's Upper West Side. When Anna Reilly, once their childhood friend and now grown into a beautiful corporate executive, suddenly returns to the city, she reenters Jake and Brian's lives and hearts with a vengeance. Sparks fly and an unusual and complicated love triangle ensues.
When Tragedy Strikes three Families, their Destiny forces them on a coverging path and mercy as the challenges of their fate could also resurrect their beliefs
Faith is a young dancer, whose parents are killed in a plain crash. Dancing is her refuge, but the streets of Los Angeles can be dangerous for a lonesome woman.
A gripping story of love, deceit, betrayal and survival set against the backdrop of the Miners' Strike of 1984-85. Michelle (Christine Tremarco) is married to Gary (Jamie Draven), a young miner who goes on strike as soon as the dispute between the Thatcher government and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) begins. Meanwhile, her sister Linda's (Maxine Peake) husband Paul (Adrian Bower) is a local policeman. Paul becomes more and more voluble in his opposition to the strike, while Linda looks around her and witnesses the women of her community suddenly find a voice and independence. The scene is set for political and personal conflicts which would change their lives forever.
Jessica Miller is thrust into the "real" world when she graduates from college. To conquer this new world, she must discover her faith, open a box of memories and learn the simple secrets of life only a mother can share.
Following a 20-year absence, acclaimed filmmaker Katja Fedulova returns home to reconcile her grandmother's heroic war efforts with the country she left behind. Inserting herself into the narrative, Fedulova asks: Are there still heroines in Putin's Russia?
Faith of My Fathers is based on the story of Lieutenant Commander John McCain's experiences as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam for five and a half years during the Vietnam War, interleaved with his memories of growing up in a heritage rich with military service.
Trying to form a bond with God, three students find themselves in the belly of a twisted sect.
Hanum and Rangga arrived at JFK Airport, but New York apparently still want to keep them. Andy Cooper from Global New York TV (GNTV) offers an opportunity that Hanum can not reject: being a producer of GNTV television programs on the world of Islam and America an ideal Hanum has dreamed of. Hanum can not accept the offer because she has to return to Vienna with Rangga.
Set during the 1930s after the Japanese invasion of Manchuria, high school kids separate the area and fight day after day. When a beautiful teacher starts her new post at an all-boys high school Cheonghwa, things start to change.
Faith Herbert debuted in the Valiant universe in 1992 as a member of Harbinger, before starring in her very own series. The character is described as “a jubilant, comics-and-science-fiction loving geek who also happens to have telekinetic superpowers.”
When eighteen-year-old Brendan King attempts to leave his turbulent gang life behind him, his past continues to threaten his new-found faith, family, and future
A disturbed woman and a violent lunatic walk the same path in this thriller from Swedish director Kristian Petri. Monia is a businesswoman who has been hired to work for a large corporation based in Gothenburg. One evening, while having drinks with her colleagues, Monia steps outside for some air and she happens upon a man who has been brutally stabbed by a serial killer on the loose. Monia, who feels a curious emotional distance from the world around her, isn't sure what to make of this incident at first, but she can't get the violent image out of her mind, and over the next several days she keeps stumbling upon victims of the killer's handiwork. No one finds any of this remarkable besides her friend Frank, but in time she begins crossing paths with a curious man who seems to appear at the same crimes scenes she observes.
In the midst of religious intolerance and extremism, one religion—the Bahá’í Faith—offers a path toward world peace by advocating the oneness of humanity’s major religions. Now, this groundbreaking documentary tells the amazing, little-known story of the origins of the Bahá’í Faith. Source: https://thegatefilm.com/synopsis/
Staring down the barrel of his own revolver, divorce attorney Tom Chaney prepares to die and prove once and for all there is no god. When a determined door-to-door evangelist refuses to leave the gunman in his misery, Tom takes the young preacher hostage, and and a deadly debate over seeing and believing begins.
The Mayo Clinic: Faith - Hope - Science tells the story of a unique medical institution that has been called a "Medical Mecca," the "Supreme Court of Medicine," and the "place for hope where there is no hope." The Mayo Clinic began in 1883 as an unlikely partnership between the Sisters of Saint Francis and a country doctor named William Worrall Mayo after a devastating tornado in rural Minnesota. Since then, it has grown into an organization that treats more than a million patients a year from all 50 states and 150 countries. Dr. Mayo had a simple philosophy he imparted to his sons Will and Charlie: "the needs of the patient come first." They wouldn't treat diseases...they would treat people. In a world where healthcare delivery is typically fragmented among individual specialties, the Mayo Clinic practices a multi-specialty, team-based approach that has, from its beginnings, created a culture that thrives on collaboration.
A sculpture believed to have been imported in town during Spanish colonial conquest, locally known as Mahal na Señor Sepulcro, is celebrating its 500 years. Meanwhile, composed of non-actors, Senakulo re-enacts the sufferings and death of Jesus. As the local community yearly unites to commemorate the Passion of Christ, a laborious journey unfolds following local craftsmen in transforming blocks of wood into a larger than life Jesus crucified on a 12-ft cross. The film is a 5-year visual ethnography of traditional yet practical orchestration of Semana Santa in a small town where religious woodcarving is the livelihood. An experiential film on neocolonial Philippines’ interpretation of Saints and Gods through many forms of rituals and iconographies, exposing wood as raw material that undergoes production processes before becoming a spiritual object of devotion.
in 1957 an African-American criminal lawyer (Courtney B. Vance) defends his nephew, who faces the death penalty for murdering a white boy. Charles S. Dutton, Kadeem Hardison, Garland Whitt and Lonette McKee costar in this drama of racial and social tensions.
Hope, a down-to-earth, happily married mother of three has her tidy world turned upside down when her celebrity sister moves in. Faith was living the Hollywood life as a soap opera star before her character was killed off.
Faith, a small-town Welsh lawyer, is forced to cut short her extended maternity leave when her husband and business partner, Evan, goes missing. As the truth of his actions surface, Faith must fight to protect her family and her sanity.
Michael Gambon stars in this high-tension thriller of political corruption and international intrigue. Peter Moreton, a high-ranking government official, scrambles to keep his secret lifestyle hidden from the world when his daughter purposely leaks his affair to a reporter she is dating. Nick Simon is the reporter caught between his love for Moreton’s daughter Polly and his desperation to keep his job and land the biggest story of his career.
British sitcom in which Reverend Philip Lambe, after becoming bored in his wealthy Oxfordshire parish, asks for a transfer to a more difficult assignment. Sent to Edendale, a fictional urban town in the Midlands, he is accompanied by his wife Emma, sixteen-year-old daughter Miranda and twelve-year-old son Peter.
Faith is a 2012 South Korean fusion fantasy-historical-medical television series broadcast by SBS from August 13 to October 30, 2012 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 24 episodes. It is about a modern-day plastic surgeon who gets kidnapped and travels back in time to the Goryeo period, 700 years in the past. There, she meets and falls in love with a warrior who is the leader of the royal guard.
An investigation into the authenticity of six objects which could shed new light on Jesus.
Golden Faith is a TVB drama released in 2002 starring a cast that includes a strong mix of new generation actors such as Gallen Lo, Deric Wan, Jessica Hsuan, Raymond Lam, Anne Heung, Myolie Wu, Tavia Yeung and Michelle Ye and old generation powerhouse actors such as Paul Chun, Lau Dan, Shek Sau, Kwok Fung, Lau Kong and Gigi Wong. It is Gallen Lo's final dramatic epic before he left TVB, Deric Wan's comeback drama, Myolie Wu's breakthrough role and Felix Lok's first major role from random support characters. It is billed as a major production from the makers of At the Threshold of an Era.
The Faith Show is a Brazilian television program presented by Romildo Ribeiro Soares, of the International Church of God's Grace. The journalist Graziela Guerra is the executive producer. The show has aired from Monday to Saturday in the primetime broadcasts of Rede Bandeirantes in Brazil. The show was almost cancelled in 2012, due to reduced ratings. The program has also been aired by RedeTV!, CNT, and RIT. Other channels, such as IIGD, can only be acquired by the signature of Nossa TV. The channel subscription, Nuestra TV, provides the program dubbed in Spanish. It is currently the largest program in global extension of Brazilian television, reaching Latin America, Asia, Africa, Middle East, and Europe.
Successful insurance salesman Rob Marshall, his bright and devoted wife Maria, and their three sons are the perfect American family. Then the nightmare begins. One night, Rob is attacked and Maria is shot dead. At first, Rob seems the a grieving widower. But, as incriminating secrets come out, he must prove his innocence before the judicial system-- and the horrified suspicions of his sons.
Have Faith was a short-lived ABC television sitcom that ran for 7 episodes in 1989. The show was about a Catholic parish in a less-than-desirable Chicago neighborhood. In spite of good ratings, ABC decided against commissioning a full season.
Faith and The Law is a television series hosted by Tim Rowe airing Wednesdays at 12 noon ET on WHMB-TV Channel 40 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Faith and The Law debuted on Wednesday October 7, 2009. Faith and The Law is about legal issues and Christians. It reaches out to help all people get through the maze of the American legal system. Jill Savage is the co-host. The hosts discuss issues of importance to Christians and also offers a helping hand to those who may need some assistance with a legal matter.
Faith in the Future is a British comedy television show running from 17 November 1995 to 27 February 1998. A sequel to the show Second Thoughts, it aired on ITV for 22 episodes. The show continues the story of Faith Greyshott, newly single after splitting from her long-term partner, Bill, at the end of Second Thoughts. With her daughter Hannah away travelling and her son Joe now in a shared flat, Faith decides it's time to stop being a wife and mother and live her life for herself; however, her plans are scuppered when Hannah returns and expects to move back home.
Between the fall of Rome and the European voyages of discovery, no event was more significant than the rise of Islam. Within the span of a few centuries, the Islamic empires blossomed, projecting their power from Africa to the East Indies, and from Spain to India. Inspired by the words of a prophet, and led by Caliphs and Sultans, this political and religious expansion has not been equaled in speed, geographic size, and endurance before or since.
Sea of Faith was a six-part documentary television series, presented on BBC television in 1984 by Don Cupitt. The programme dealt with the history of Christianity in the modern world, focussing especially on how Christianity has responded to challenges such as scientific advances, political atheism and secularisation in general.
Faith Film Festival is a motion picture television program on New Evangelization Television. The show features films that are about hope, saving the environment, and faith. During the first season filmmakers from all over the world submitted almost 70 films. 20 where then picked to be featured on the show. The host of the show Lorena Jorge has a passion for film, and it shows as she introduces the films on the show. The first season featured 8 episodes, and at the end of the season the top 10 films where selected by the judges. The top 10 movies were showcased on the website so that the viewers could vote on them. The winner of the first season was the film “Forgiven” directed by Hans Hernke, the film is a reminder that Jesus died for everyone’s sins. This film won the Golden Lighthouse awards with a total of 331 votes. The festival features 4 awards and has 3 different cash prizes. The 3 awards selected by voters are the Golden Lighthouse Award, the Silver lighthouse Award and the Bronze Lighthouse Award. There was also another award selected by the judges called the Lighthouse lens Award for best cinematography. For the second season Faith Film Festival expanded to a 12 episode season to have more room to showcase the amount of film that come in.