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Rachel (2018)


Coming in 2018 from PureFlix and Reel Frog Films



Writer(s): Kerry Chestnut

Director(s): Juan Pablo Reinoso

Producer(s): Ray Nikolaison, DJ Perry

Starring: Ray Nikolaison, DJ Perry, Sherry Morris, Carman, James Van Patten, Lana Wood


Plot Synopsis:

Basically the same cast from The Book of Ruth makes The Book of Rachel because they needed to make another Bible film.

Redemption Way (August 2017)



In Theaters August 2017


Writer(s): Brad Podowski

Director(s): Brad Podowski, Dan Gremley

Producer(s): Brad Podowski

Starring: Brian Sheridan, C Lynn Johnson, Deborah S Brooks, Gary Smiley, Kaitlyn Griggs, Kanisha Brookins, Lisa McConnell, Lori Klinka, Mimi Sagadin, Roberta Kamp, Rose Sengenberger, Ruth Kaufman, Sean Nordsell, Suzanne C Johnson, Tom McCarthy


Plot Synopsis:

Jenny Paine is a hospice nurse who feels it is her mission to safely deliver souls into the next life. However, when her childhood friend Autumn is put on hospice, Jenny’s attempts at sharing her Christian faith are angrily rejected. Feelings of helplessness extend to other areas of Jenny’s life as well. She longs for children, but her husband doesn’t feel ready financially, and Jenny’s chance for a promotion at work is being sabotaged by a scheming co-worker. With time running out, Jenny must place her faith in God by making a life-changing sacrifice.

When Calls the Heart, Season 5 (pre-production)

Currently being planned



Director(s): Brian Bird, Michael Landon Jr.

Producer(s): Brad Krevoy, Robin Bernheim Burger, Brian Bird, Michael Landon Jr., Susie Belzberg, Eric Jarboe, Michael Shepard, Jimmy Townsend, Vicki Sotheran, Greg Malcolm

Starring: Erin Krakow, Lori Loughlin, Pascale Hutton, Jack Wagner, Kavan Smith, Mark Humphrey, Daniel Lissing?


Plot Synopsis:

More stuff happens in Hope Valley.  Everyone wonders where Jack went.

Extraordinary (Fall 2017)

Coming to theaters Fall 2017


Producer(s): Dave Powers, Stephan Schultze

Director(s): Scotty Curlee, Stephan Schultze

Writer(s): Scotty Curlee, Cheryl McKay

Starring: Karen Abercrombie, Shari Rigby, Leland Klassen, Kirk Cameron, Lindsley Register, Ashley Bratcher, Chris Ashworth, Taylor Lyons, Alex Miller, Alex Bartz, Cameron Arnett, Jack Champion, Jamie Ridgeway, Genine Ware


Plot Synopsis:

David Horton is deeply committed to running America’s hardest runs, including the Appalachian Trail and the Trans-America Footrace. He pushes himself to the point of injury and exhaustion to do so. However, his commitment to running eats away at his commitment to his wife, Nancy. Not only does David’s body suffer physically, but his marriage and Nancy’s emotions suffer as well. Through medical problems and long separations, David and Nancy must navigate life together and learn to become the marriage partners God intends them to be.

God’s Not Dead 3 (March 2018)

In Theaters March 30, 2018


Writer(s): Chuck Konzelman, Cary Solomon

Director(s): David A. R. White, Harold Cronk?

Producer(s): David A. R. White, Elizabeth Hatcher-Travis, Chuck Konzelman, Michael Scott, Cary Solomon, Dustin Solomon, Jami Solomon

Starring: David A. R. White, Benjamin A. Onyango, probably the Newsboys and some Robertsons, other random wannabe celebrities, Tricia LaFarche? Paul Kwo?


Plot Synopsis:

Pastor David gets arrested for refusing to turn some sermons over the government or something.  The movie ends with a Newsboys concert.

Summer of ’67 (November 2018)

In Theaters November 2018


Writer(s): Sharon Wilharm

Director(s): Sharon Wilharm

Producer(s): Fred Wilharm

Starring: Rachel Schrey, Bethany Davenport, Sharonne Lanier, Cameron Gilliam, Christopher Dalton, Jerrold Edwards, Mimi Sagadin, Jesica Womack, Eleanor Brown, Jeff Lester


Plot Synopsis:

Two sisters live in the shadow of their mother’s suicide, struggling to live their lives and protect their loved ones in the face of the Vietnam war.

Signs and Wonders (in progress)


Currently in progress from Kingdom Sight Studios








Plot Synopsis:

A young cynical investigative reporter interviews a series of miraculous claims while escaping from the deadly crime kingpin he just exposed. His life will be on the line, and his doubt will be tested.

A High School Story (2017)


Coming in 2017 from Kingdom Sight Studios








Plot Synopsis:

What would happen if the Bible took place in high school?

Let There Be Light (December 2017)

In Theaters December 24, 2017


Writer(s): Dan Gordon, Sam Sorbo

Director(s): Kevin Sorbo

Producer(s): Dan Gordon, Sam Sorbo, Sean Hannity, Warren Ostergard, James Quattrochi

Starring: Kevin Sorbo, Sam Sorbo, Daniel Roebuck, Donielle Artese, Gary Grubs, Travis Tritt, Joe Herrera, Leander Suleiman, Walnette Marie Santiago, Olivia Fox, Dionne Warwick


Plot Synopsis:

An atheist experiencing a near-death experience converts to Christianity.

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