Tuesday, December 7, 2010

New Christmas DVDs for 2010

A Christmas Snow
For Kathleen, Christmas has always reminded her of her father's abandonment 30 years ago. In the days leading up to this December 25, an unforgiving blizzard traps her at home with two unlikely roommates---Sam, a gentle older man, and the daughter of her soon-to-be fiance. But will she finally discover a life-changing forgiveness? Dove approved. Approx. 2 hours.

Homeless for the Holidays
Jack Baker was a successful marketing director on the fast track to the top of the corporate ladder. However, when a fellow employee changes a label at the pharmaceutical company, Jack is wrongfully accused and loses his job. Unable to find another executive position in a shaky economy, he eventually accepts a humiliating job flipping burgers. With his minimum wage job not making ends meet, Jack's life begins to spiral downward. First, the electricity is turned off, then his car is repossessed, and finally, the family loses their home. When they're forced to live in a tent, it becomes apparent that unless something changes, Jack, his wife, Sheryl, and their two children could lose everything by Christmas. Homeless for the Holidays is an inspiring story about a man who hits rock bottom. Jack once held a position of high power, but now the tables are turned, and he's the one asking for help. Along the way, a homeless man teaches Jack a few lessons he will never forget. This film shows that with a little faith and perseverance, we can rise above life's trials and gain a little bit of wisdom in the process.

Dreaming of a Pink Christmas
There's only one gift that matters at Christmas!
Sheila Walsh reminds little girls that Jesus is the true treasure of Christmas. Gigi starts off the season with a huge wishlist of things pink and pretty, but soon realizes she hasn't been thinking about giving gifts to other people she loves. Suddenly the whole season turns into a race to give and receive things-and that just doesn't seem right. Thankfully Gigi's mom and dad were kids once too, and can help their little girl remember how to keep her heart aimed at the real star of Christmas-while still enjoying all the celebrations. "I am bringing you good news. It will be a joy to all the people. Today your Savior was born in David's town. He is Christ, the Lord." Luke 2:10-11 (ICB)

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