Missie's surprise pregnancy sets her on a new course that is both thrilling and terrifying. After all the planning and dreaming, she and her husband, Willie, have headed west in a covered ... See full summary »
Michael Landon Jr.
William Morgan Sheppard
Devout, wild west farmer, Clark Davis, works his tail off to provide for his wife, sons Aaron and Arnie, and daughter Missie. When his doted upon, equally devoted oldest son Aaron is ... See full summary »
Michael Landon Jr.
Frank Rautenbach leads a strong cast as Angus Buchan, a Zambian farmer of Scottish heritage, who leaves his farm in the midst of political unrest and racially charged land reclaims and ... See full summary »
Regardt van den Bergh
When a gunman killed five Amish children and injured five others in a Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania schoolhouse shooting in October of 2006, the world media attention rapidly turned from the ... See full summary »
The continued Westward journey of settlers Missie and Willie Lahaye. Their roots now firmly planted as they set up homestead in the far West, Missie begins to realize her passion for ... See full summary »
Kennedy Blaine, a Californian girl, inherits a ranch in the small town of Valentine in Nebraska. Before she sells the property, she decides to spend the summer in her house and learn more about her family.
The only thing standing between Dr. Lisa Leland (Candice Cameron Bure) and the wedding of her dreams in the Hamptons is a 2600-mile drive from Los Angeles to Long Island. However, a run in ... See full summary »
Lou Beatty Jr.,
Based on the novel by Jerry Jenkins "Though None Go With Me" tell the story of a young woman growing up in the 50's who devotes her life to the service of God. All of the hardships and sorrows that befall her test her and cause her to question her faith. Written by
I totally agree with the previous comments I read. I wholeheartedly recommend This movie to everyone, but I think it will be especially meaningful to Christians. It stands as a testimony to enduring love, and steadfast commitment to God even in the face of heartbreaking events that make it hard to understand God's care and leadership. I am a 70 year old man that well remembers the era of the 1950's. I feel that America's "Golden Age" was from about 1945 through 1965. But we cannot return to that time even if we wished, and it does no good to look backward. It now remains for us to keep reminding today's young people that they have the power to make America a better place for all of us, one person at a time. It is not too late for America, and movies like this one show us all what is possible. I am very grateful that this movie came into my life. I was so glad to see Ben come back to share the last years of his life with his first love. 15 years ago God led me back to my first love, so I know how Ben Phillips felt.
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