Hal Hartleyâ€™s comedies and explorations of mismatched love and misplaced trust have been provocative must-sees for the past two decades with critics and audiences alike. Given the range and depth of his interests, along with the decidedly rigorous
Take an up close and personal look into the lives of some well-known Christians who are successful leaders in their careers. The Today's Heroes series features everyday people who overcame great adversity to become modern-day heroes. Kids ages 8 to 12 will be inspired by the compelling stories of courageous individuals who are making a real difference. In Today's Heroes: Joni Eareckson Tada learn the inspiring story of a complex and strong-willed woman. would never move her arms and legs again. her mouth, speak to large audiences, and even drive a specially equipped van. Read the remarkable story of how Joni's tragedy ultimately became her greatest triumph.
FROM THE SAFE HAVEN OF A LONDON ORPHANAGE TO THE SAVAGE SEAS OF LOVE... A safe, respectable orphanage was the only home Aurora Dayne had ever known. Teaching there would mean security.
But when the mysterious letter arrived, offering her a position as lady's companion, Aurora seized the chance, embarking for Jamaica with her sole legacy--a little golden lizard bearing a strange rhyme. And so began the daring odyssey that would throw her into the clutches of a ruth privateer. Feared by men, desired by women, Vashon's eyes gleamed green as he vowed to possess the innocent beauty who held the key to his quest. Could anything ever equal his obsession to retrieve the legendary emerald--the Star of Aran? Held captive on a secret Caribbean isle--at Dragonard, his solitary lair--Aurora would struggle against her own passions, determined to tame the very dragon who had awakened her fire.
For Rachel and Matt, moving to Derbyshire is a step into the unknown. When the fog comes down and the countryside disappears they think nothing of it. But when their father disappears too, they realize there's more to the fog than meets the eye.
The prodigal son. A second chance. The long kept secret. Home? I had returned. I hadn’t been here for seven years. I was angry that last summer, and once I got away, I didn’t want to come back. The irony was the career I sought to escape this small town was the very reason I was here. My first movie was a featured film at the Traverse City Film Festival. As an independent film director, my premiere brought me back home. Home. A place I didn’t recognize. Or maybe home didn’t recognize me? I had it all in California: a girlfriend who was the daughter of a movie financier, a job that led to connections in the film industry, and a condo overlooking the ocean in Malibu. What I didn’t have was family. I had left them all behind. I was the prodigal son. The last person I expected to see was her. Britton McKay. She had been my summer love as a teenager. Not just once, but over several summers; until the last one. That was seven years ago.
Now, she looked more beautiful than I remembered. Seeing her again flooded me with memories long suppressed. She reminded me of everything I once had and left behind. Now, she had returned too. Can lost romance be rekindled? Can unanswered questions be revealed? Can I make this place my home again? ++++++ L.B. Dunbar reunites you with the Carter and Scott families as all are gathered home. Your favorite families await with flashbacks, celebration, and heartbreak. Welcome back to Elk Rapids.