Three stories on one DVD including the features Daniel and the Lion's Den, Dave & the Giant Pickle, and Esther -- The Girl Who Became Queen. Over 75 minutes of FUN! Daniel and the Lion's Den from Where's God When I'm S-Scared? - In this musical adaptation of the classic Bible story, Daniel, played by Larry, finds himself in deep trouble thanks to the King's conniving wisemen. Daniel learns that even in the lion's den, he is still in God's hands. Dave & the Giant Pickle - This Veggie version of David and Goliath pits Junior Asparagus against a really mean, really BIG, pickle! Little Dave learns that with God's help, even little guys can do big things! Esther -- The Girl Who Became Queen - When a small-town girl wakes up with the weight of the world on her shoulders and the fate of her people in her hands, can she find the courage to do what's right? Kids learn that you never need to be afraid to do what's right!
The world is in turmoil after the mysterious disappearances of people all over the world. Nine individuals who find refuge in the basement of a church deal with issues of race, religion, and buried secrets.
13 year old Micah's life has been full of trouble from its beginning. She's never known her father, lost her mother to cancer several years ago and more recently suffered the loss of her older sister Erin.
Pray 2.5 - Director's Cut offers fans a thrilling, fresh look at the Pray Franchise! For the first time ever, see the Original "Pray" and "Pray 2: The Woods" combined and re-edited into a single, seamless feature with all new Twists & Turns!
Trapped in their New York brownstone's panic room, a hidden chamber built as a sanctuary in the event of break-ins, newly divorced Meg Altman and her young daughter Sarah play a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with three intruders - Burnham, Raoul and Junior - during a brutal home invasion.
Joe Enders is a gung-ho Marine assigned to protect a "windtalker" - one of several Navajo Indians who were used to relay messages during World War II because their spoken language was indecipherable to Japanese code breakers.