Life Focus Television

One in Five

Emmy Award Winner

Three women who recount their stories of sexual assault on campus—the pain, the silence and the shame, as well as the path to healing. These women share their commitment to education and prevention as they speak out against an epidemic of sexual violence on campus.

On Wings of Prayer

When U.S Airways Flight 1549 crashed into the frigid Hudson River on a 20-degree day, the world marveled at how all 155 passengers lived to tell their stories. The terrorizing incident took only 3 minutes and 20 seconds, but changed lives forever.

Living By the Book

Emmy Award Winner

When atheist, A.J. Jacobs, a New York journalist and Ed Dobson, a pastor from Grand Rapids, Michigan decided to live biblically for a year, they altered every aspect of their lives. Changing the way he dressed, ate and thought, A.J. sought life as experience. Diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease, Ed wanted to experience life.

A New Kind of Normal

Emmy Award Winner

After Carol Kent’s only son was sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole, her life took a permanent detour. She had to live with the reality that her son committed murder. As Carol learns to live again, and Doug Sr. learns to forgive, they tell the story of how they adjusted to “A New Kind of Normal,” when life took an unexpected turn.


The Wit, Wisdom, and Wickedness of Alice Cooper

Emmy Nominated

The “Godfather of Shock Rock” who loves to scare his audience surprises his friends with his Christian beliefs. Behind the artist who horrified parents and lured their rebellious teens is a man on a journey of faith and action.


Blood Covenant

Michael Franzese was described as one of the most powerful and fearsome Mafia bosses in America...until he fell in love with Camille Garcia, a young woman who convinced him to turn himself in. His 'choice for love' meant imprisonment and could have cost him his life, but today Franzese lives to tell about it.

In Her Name

When Barbara Ellen tragically left this earth, her five brothers and only sister had to cope with the painful chasm left behind. According to the National Organization of Women, three women a day are murdered by their intimate partner, making up 30 percent of female homicides.


A Mind Misunderstood

Mark and Debra Meehl were on the verge of divorce. Mark's violent mood swings, reckless spending sprees, and utter irrationality were tearing their family apart. At the root of Mark's destructive behavior was a complex psychological problem called Bipolar Disorder, the revelation of which would save their marriage and arguably Mark's very life.



God Provides

The God Provides production is composed of 6 biblical videos, followed by an educational component. The host, Dr. Atef Gendy, the president of Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo (ETSC) delivers the educational component of each story, offering a practical application for Middle Eastern daily living. These six short films are lessons of hope and faith in Christ, offering a practical application for Middle Eastern daily living.