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It's Only Cookie Dough

Documentary / 80 minutes / 2016

A booming mining town that once set world records, now lay eerily quiet, rusting, and still. Christmas lights blinked out, and family gatherings were no more. Visit Lynch, deep in the mountains of Kentucky.

An Appalachian Dawn

Documentary / 122 minutes / 2010

Clay County was home to vicious feuds, crushing poverty, pervasive corruption, and epic drug abuse.

And then it happened. See how the town of Manchester transformed into the City of Hope.

A Force For Change

Documentary / 40 minutes / 2009

The São Paulo police force is the largest and best equipped law enforcement agency in the southern hemisphere. But every castle has a basement.

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An Unconventional War

Documentary / 65 minutes / 2005

Meet abducted children and their parents, Uganda's president, a former sorceress, men and women of God who braved pure evil to see a generation delivered, and more!

Let the Sea Resound

Documentary / 79 minutes / 2004

In a not so distant age, Fiji groaned under the weight of superstition, sorcery, and cannibalism. Today's Fiji bears no resemblance to its former self. Visit remote villages and see for yourself.

The Hebrides Revival

Documentary / 12 minutes / 2007

Visit the Scottish Hebrides in this "remembrance" of how and why God moved here in the 20's, 30's, 40's, and early 50's.

The Quickening

Documentary / 53 minutes / 2004

Part inspiration, part instruction, this documentary presents an overview of several present-day communities experiencing transforming revival.

Transformations II

Documentary / 76 minutes / 2002

Join George Otis, Jr. as he investigates modern-day stories of transformation in Uganda and the Canadian Arctic, and revisits the true transforming nature of historical revivals in Scotland's Outer Hebrides.

Transformations

Documentary / 59 minutes / 2002

Imagine a community where 92 percent of the population is born-again, where city jails have been closed for lack of crime, and where agricultural productivity has reached biblical proportions...