Billy Graham Movies

Billy Graham Movies

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Billy Graham Movies
  • Last Flight Out

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for all audiences.
    Last Flight Out delves into important truths about family, friendship, and responsibility. The movie shows the virtues of hard work, forgiveness, and sacrificial love. What an important message for our society–and our families–to hear! A new faith-i...

  • The Climb

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for all audiences.
    This motion picture from World Wide Pictures and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is the breath-taking story of two men … one with a courageous heart who seeks God; the other with an independent spirit who relies on his own strength.

  • The Ride

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for all audiences.
    Legendary rodeo star Smokey Banks (Michael Biehn) has been riding bulls all of his life. He’s been to the top and now he’s hit rock bottom after a run in with the law. Smokey’s faced with two choices: jail or volunteering to teach a Christian boy na...

  • Joni

    A diving accident left Joni Eareckson Tada paralyzed, but with God’s help her life was pieced back together as shown in this true-life video presentation.

  • The Hiding Place

    Among the greatest Christian movies of all time is “The Hiding Place,” the incredible, heroic story of Corrie ten Boom and her family, who worked with the underground resistance in Holland against the occupying Nazi army, providing a “hiding place” in their home for fleeing Jews. Ultimately, the ...

  • The Home Coming

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for all audiences.
    Jordy Rembrandt (Jeremy Peter Johnson, All My Children, As the World Turns) is a city boy with a history of trouble. When he’s sent to a country high school to finish his senior year, fitting in takes on a whole new meaning. He joins the football te...

  • Repeat Performance

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for all audiences.
    After being abandoned by his mother and losing his father to suicide, 17-year-old Sean Purchase (Joseph Manning, The Matrix Revolutions, Xena: Warrior Princess) is about to hit bottom. When an accident takes the life of another, Sean goes on the run...

  • Power Play

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for all audiences.
    “God made the world, and I run it.” That’s Robbie Steele’s (Marietta DePrima, The Hughleys, Matlock) take on life. She’s a hardline attorney who’s ramrodding a buyout of Vancouver’s pro hockey team. Her ace in the hole? Recruiting retired star Cody ...

  • Caught

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for all audiences.
    Tim Devon (John Shepherd, Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius, The Hunt for Red October) didn’t find out until he was 18 years old that he was born out of wedlock and that his mother (Jill Ireland, Star Trek, The Man From U.N.C.L.E.) never told his father...

  • Cry From the Mountain

    A father and son are thrust into a chain of events that will change their lives forever.

  • The Prodigal

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for all audiences.
    The parable comes to life in this five-time award-winner! The American dream becomes a nightmare when the Stuart family drifts apart. Son Greg’s return home only widens the gap. It’s time to find a foundation.

  • Time to Run

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for all audiences.
    Originally seen by more than 6 million people in theaters, the timeless classic that touched a generation is available on DVD for the first time. Time to Run is the powerful coming-of-age story of Jeff Cole (Randall Carver, There Will Be Blood, Taxi...

  • For Pete's Sake!

    On a damp, gray Sunday afternoon, thousands of people gather in a Denver, Colorado, stadium. Quietly, they listen to evangelist Billy Graham talk about God’s love for them. Moved by the message, the Harper family–like so many others–finds themselves going forward. What then?

    This is the touching...

  • Two a Penny

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for all audiences.
    British rock music legend Cliff Richard (“Devil Woman,” “We Don’t Talk Anymore”) stars as Jamie Hopkins, an opportunistic art student who believes the world owes him–and he’s out to collect. Still living with his mother (Dora Bryan, A Taste of Honey...

  • The Restless Ones

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for pre-teen audiences.
    A hidden treasure! Billy Graham’s first theater movie. A realistic look into a teen’s life–peer pressure, dating, drugs and more. An important movie for parents and teens.

  • The Heart is a Rebel

    For four years, Hal (John Milford, Gunsmoke, The X-Files) and Joan Foster (Georgia Lee, The Restless Ones, Oiltown, U.S.A) have been struggling with their son’s serious illness. Intelligent, resourceful, and emotionally stable, the young couple is determined to get through this. Most of all, they...

  • Oiltown, U.S.A.

    NOTE: May not be appropriate for all audiences.
    Les Manning (Paul Power, Perry Mason, Highway Patrol) is a self-made Texas oilman living in a world of wealth and power. He’s used to getting what he wants when he wants it. However, when his only daughter (Colleen Evans, The Walls of Jericho, When ...

  • Wiretapper

    The amazing story of Jim Vaus, an electronics whiz entangled with the mob. Actual footage of the Billy Graham’s 1949 LA Crusade makes it a true classic!