are your Valentine’s Day plans? Why not watch a modern-retelling of
the Biblical Hosea and Gomer love story in Princess Cut 3: Beauty from Ashes? You can catch it in a one-time streaming event on Monday,
February 14th for just $11.
Guest host Adam McManus interviews Sheilah Munger, the North Carolina director, and homeschool mother of 9 children between the ages of 21 and 4.
Struggling waitress and single mother, Tessa Rigsby, (Kate MacCallum) scrapes through her days, looking for an opportunity to break into her real love: interior design. After an especially hectic New Year’s Eve and too few tips, she returns home to her apartment complex only to find herself the sole witness to a domestic disturbance.
Mike Coleman (Ben Davies from Courageous) is a by-the-books policeman who tries to convince her to testify, but she’s reluctant to get involved. Over time, she gives in and helps with the case and Mike returns the favor by setting her up with a design gig. His love and admiration of her grows the more they spend time together. Will the offender get out of jail early? Tessa finds herself in danger, and together with Mike’s help, races against time to escape her dead-end life and the clutches of an alcoholic, bent on settling the score.
Discover two delightful songs that Sheilah, and her husband Paul, sing to their children entitled “Do Right Till The Stars Fall” and John Bunyan’s “He Who Would Valiant Be.” The Biblical principles articulated in those songs are writ large in this new Christian film.
Homeschooled himself in the 1960's and 70's, Kevin Swanson and his wife, Brenda, are now homeschooling their five children. Since graduating from his homeschool and then serving as student body president of a large west coast university, he has gone on to other leadership positions in corporate management, church, and other non-profits.