A preacher, heartbroken by his wife's infidelity, tries to ease his pain by running away from it, instead of turning to God. His pain-fueled flight across the country leads him from one trial to another, until he finds a place where he can be happy. But, can he really be happy, until he faces his problems?
Harriet Tubman was an African-American abolitionist, humanitarian, and a Union spy during the American Civil War. Born into slavery, Tubman escaped and subsequently made some 13 missions to rescue approximately 70 enslaved families and friends, using the network of antislavery activists and safe houses known as the Underground Railroad. She later helped abolitionist John Brown recruit men for his raid on Harpers Ferry, and in the post-war era was an active participant in the struggle for women's suffrage.
A man prospecting for gold in the Sonoran desert, and a young boy riding his dirt bike, both witness a horrendous crime and become the target of an egotistical killer. The common threat brings man and boy together, but only the grace of God can save them. Will their differences bring them together? And can something very valuable come out of this tragedy?
Fed up with "politics as usual", American voters elect a charismatic independent as president. Too late they find he is also rabidly anti-Christian, and sets out eliminating all overt expressions of Christianity. Churches are disbanded, pastors are brainwashed, addicted to drugs or alcohol and given phony identities. Where can help possibly come from?
The scriptures remind us to "Knock and the door shall be opened to you" and to "Seek and you shall find", yet in these times of misdirection and confusion, many well-meaning people seek the word of God yet are led astray. This begs the question: What does a real relationship with God look like?
It seems the further the world advances, the harder it becomes to lead a life that is grounded in peace of mind, love, and compassion. People often look to others for guidance to help them discover their purpose in life, such as their doctor, therapist, clergy, a psychic, parent, teacher, or friend. Yet when they do, they find that they've been looking in the wrong place. Instead of looking outside themselves for the answers, it's finally time for each of us to look within!
Jesus is probably the most controversial person that has ever lived. You either love Him and what He stood for, or you hate Him, and all He stands for. What decision have you already made or are thinking about making? I think the next most controversial thing in history is the cross. Men have died for it, wars have been fought over it, and history cannot deny it. The symbol of that cross on that ugly hill has been woven into the fabric and the memory of the world.