On her first live recording, Murdock takes listeners on a musical voyage. Joining her are guest vocalists Regina Belle, Beverly Crawford and Kelly Price with production by Grammy winner Cedric Thompson.
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SKU (UPC): 014998419393
Artist: Shirley Murdock
Media: Video DVD
Released: October 2011
Letter For Joe (DVD)$7.99Add to cart
A fun, modern day retelling of the story of Joseph
Joe Roberts (Evan Schwalb) idolizes his older brother, Denny (Neil Schwalb), and Denny’s college friends. But to the guys, Joe is a pesky nuisance whose Christian faith makes him strange, so Denny devises an elaborate prank to write a fake letter and send Joe on a wild goose chase to strike up a friendship with the richest man in America, the reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes (Jeff Wise).
Grateful for the opportunity, Joe spends all his savings on a flight to meet Mr. Hughes, armed with the phony letter and God’s promises that all things work together for good. However, what started as a practical joke turns serious as each man puts God’s forgiveness to the test. Set in small-town Florida and the freewheeling Las Vegas of the 1970s, this modern retelling of the biblical story of Joseph also features Gena Burghoff as Jodi Curtis and the original song “Finally” performed by Nick Hildyard.
7 Deadly Words (DVD)$19.95Add to cart
Pastor Evan Bennett takes on more than he bargained for when he arrives in Connersville, Indiana, to settle into his new role at Egypt Valley Community Church. Out of funds and out of touch with the community, Evan’s new church needs a strong leader to stand up to tradition. Inspired by the challenge, Evan and several members of the congregation set out to rebuild relationships, repair the broken-down facility, and replenish the church’s bank account.
When a major spending issue threatens the church’s very survival, Evan steps in with a controversial budget proposal. However, his cuts to the foreign missions spending do not sit well with the Haman family and the traditional members who cling to the seven deadly words: “We’ve never done it that way before.” Soon, what begins as a debate over giving becomes a holy war with Evan as the target. Based on actual events, this powerful drama will delight you, surprise you, and inspire you to know that sometimes, questioning the status quo can lead to the best outcome of all.
Strange Brand Of Happy (DVD)$19.95Add to cart
After losing his job David is pushed by his roommate to hire a life coach named Joyce. A decision aided in part by how pretty David finds this life coach, but also a desire to get unstuck in life. When Joyce invites him to join the volunteer group she takes to a retirement home David discovers his manipulative ex-boss, William, is part of the group and interested in Joyce as well.
The motley crew of retirees instantly recognize the potential for drama with this love triangle. A wily old man goads the boys to battle for Joyce. As a result, David begrudgingly agrees to go to an open mic night Joyce holds for people to ponder the existence of God. It’s there that a poet says a few things that cause David’s head to tilt and move him a little further down the path of finding himself. The problem is the ungentlemanly competition he’s still in with William. When that turns extreme, David makes a decision that nearly ruins his dual-level progress with Joyce. He’s then forced to turn to the only community he has left, the ragtag band of retirees who point him in the direction of true north.
New The Movie (DVD)$14.95Add to cart
Penny, Nattie, Emmie, and Jess are best friends who spend their summer working at a creative arts center called All Things New. Together, they stage Art in the Park, a festival created for children to experience the joy of the arts. However, when a top talent scout shows up and offers Emmie’s adopted brother, Isaiah, a life of fame and fortune in Los Angeles, Isaiah is forced to make some difficult choices that may compromise his beliefs, as well as his relationships with his family and the kids who look up to him at the center.
Filled with music, dancing, art, comedy, and drama, New is a fun family film that inspires viewers of all ages to use their gifts for the Lord.
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