When Tragedy Strikes three Families, their Destiny forces them on a coverging path and mercy as the challenges of their fate could also resurrect their beliefs
A man at a monastery realizes he is a woman.
When Macky Alston's fellow seminarian, Alan Smith, died of AIDS, Alston had a crisis of faith that caused him to make this documentary. Alston sought out Smith's partner and family and tried to answer the question "Why does God permit such senseless tragedies?"
Hope, a down-to-earth, happily married mother of three has her tidy world turned upside down when her celebrity sister moves in. Faith was living the Hollywood life as a soap opera star before her character was killed off.
Faith, a small-town Welsh lawyer, is forced to cut short her extended maternity leave when her husband and business partner, Evan, goes missing. As the truth of his actions surface, Faith must fight to protect her family and her sanity.
Michael Gambon stars in this high-tension thriller of political corruption and international intrigue. Peter Moreton, a high-ranking government official, scrambles to keep his secret lifestyle hidden from the world when his daughter purposely leaks his affair to a reporter she is dating. Nick Simon is the reporter caught between his love for Moreton’s daughter Polly and his desperation to keep his job and land the biggest story of his career.
Faith is a 2012 South Korean fusion fantasy-historical-medical television series broadcast by SBS from August 13 to October 30, 2012 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 24 episodes. It is about a modern-day plastic surgeon who gets kidnapped and travels back in time to the Goryeo period, 700 years in the past. There, she meets and falls in love with a warrior who is the leader of the royal guard.
Have Faith was a short-lived ABC television sitcom that ran for 7 episodes in 1989. The show was about a Catholic parish in a less-than-desirable Chicago neighborhood. In spite of good ratings, ABC decided against commissioning a full season.
The Faith Show is a Brazilian television program presented by Romildo Ribeiro Soares, of the International Church of God's Grace. The journalist Graziela Guerra is the executive producer. The show has aired from Monday to Saturday in the primetime broadcasts of Rede Bandeirantes in Brazil. The show was almost cancelled in 2012, due to reduced ratings. The program has also been aired by RedeTV!, CNT, and RIT. Other channels, such as IIGD, can only be acquired by the signature of Nossa TV. The channel subscription, Nuestra TV, provides the program dubbed in Spanish. It is currently the largest program in global extension of Brazilian television, reaching Latin America, Asia, Africa, Middle East, and Europe.
Successful insurance salesman Rob Marshall, his bright and devoted wife Maria, and their three sons are the perfect American family. Then the nightmare begins. One night, Rob is attacked and Maria is shot dead. At first, Rob seems the a grieving widower. But, as incriminating secrets come out, he must prove his innocence before the judicial system-- and the horrified suspicions of his sons.
Leap of Faith is a half-hour single-camera comedy that aired on NBC in early 2002, right after Friends on NBC's Thursday comedy block at 8:30 PM EST, as part of Must See TV. One of the highest rated shows to be cancelled, the series ended after just six episodes, despite ranking 12th for the season and having an average of 16.5 million viewers per episode.
Golden Faith is a TVB drama released in 2002 starring a cast that includes a strong mix of new generation actors such as Gallen Lo, Deric Wan, Jessica Hsuan, Raymond Lam, Anne Heung, Myolie Wu, Tavia Yeung and Michelle Ye and old generation powerhouse actors such as Paul Chun, Lau Dan, Shek Sau, Kwok Fung, Lau Kong and Gigi Wong. It is Gallen Lo's final dramatic epic before he left TVB, Deric Wan's comeback drama, Myolie Wu's breakthrough role and Felix Lok's first major role from random support characters. It is billed as a major production from the makers of At the Threshold of an Era.
Faith in the Future is a British comedy television show running from 17 November 1995 to 27 February 1998. A sequel to the show Second Thoughts, it aired on ITV for 22 episodes. The show continues the story of Faith Greyshott, newly single after splitting from her long-term partner, Bill, at the end of Second Thoughts. With her daughter Hannah away travelling and her son Joe now in a shared flat, Faith decides it's time to stop being a wife and mother and live her life for herself; however, her plans are scuppered when Hannah returns and expects to move back home.
British sitcom in which Reverend Philip Lambe, after becoming bored in his wealthy Oxfordshire parish, asks for a transfer to a more difficult assignment. Sent to Edendale, a fictional urban town in the Midlands, he is accompanied by his wife Emma, sixteen-year-old daughter Miranda and twelve-year-old son Peter.
Ever Increasing Faith is a Christian television show hosted by Frederick K. Price, and Betty Price that has been airing in weekly syndication since 1978. The program, which consists of excerpts of Sunday services held at the Crenshaw Christian Center, is broadcast from the Faith Dome in Los Angeles, California. The Ever Increasing Faith Ministries program reaches more than 15 million households each week and airs in 15 of the 20 largest markets throughout the United States.
Sea of Faith was a six-part documentary television series, presented on BBC television in 1984 by Don Cupitt. The programme dealt with the history of Christianity in the modern world, focussing especially on how Christianity has responded to challenges such as scientific advances, political atheism and secularisation in general.
Faith and The Law is a television series hosted by Tim Rowe airing Wednesdays at 12 noon ET on WHMB-TV Channel 40 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Faith and The Law debuted on Wednesday October 7, 2009. Faith and The Law is about legal issues and Christians. It reaches out to help all people get through the maze of the American legal system. Jill Savage is the co-host. The hosts discuss issues of importance to Christians and also offers a helping hand to those who may need some assistance with a legal matter.
Faith School Menace? is a television documentary presented by Richard Dawkins which explores the effects of faith schools on the students in them and society in general by taking examples in particular from UK faith schools. It was first aired on More4 on 18 August 2010.