An Inconvenient Tax: Break the Code

An Inconvenient Tax sheds light on one of America’s messiest problems — a fundamentally broken tax code that affects every part of people’s lives. With the U.S. Congress making over 16,000 changes to the tax code in the last two decades alone, many Americans want something better, but few know where to start. This feature-length […]

Dale Evans: Beyond the Happy Trails

In celebration of Roy Rogers’ 100th birthday,National Movie Night is proud to sponsor the nationwide screening of “Dale Evans: Beyond the Happy Trails.” This first-ever action-packed documentary on the wife of Roy Rogers details the inspiring life of Dale Evans, the Queen of the West. Despite being a destitute, divorced, single-mother at age 16, Dale […]

Captivated: Finding Freedom in a Media Captive Culture

Everywhere we go we are surrounded by screens. Have we entered a techno utopia or a virtual prison? Should we be celebrating unreservedly or should we be cautious and skeptical? Is it the greatest leap in productivity or the biggest setback from the things most meaningful in life? Has today’s connectivity drawn us closer to […]

Gather the Family: A Look Inside Family Worship

Gather the Family celebrates the “invitation to joy” that’s at the heart of family worship. Modern busy lifestyles conspire against families taking the time to gather together. But Gather the Family visits families across the country who are enjoying the benefits that abound when families take even a few minutes to worship God together during […]

Two Hats: That I Might by All Means Save Some

The Winner of the Best Great Commission Film Jubilee Award at the 2012 San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival (SAICFF)  In 1998, Brad and Deborah Wells left the comfort and familiarity of their home in Boise, Idaho and moved their family to the remote jungles of Papua New Guinea. Today, they continue to serve as missionaries along […]