4 DVD Hallmark set includes:Back When We Were Grownups: With courage, grace, and celebration, a woman embarks on a search for herself, for a life she feared was long gone, and for a new awareness she never imagined possible. Based on the New York Times best-selling novel by Anne Tyler, the quirky story revolves around a widow who is contemplating what her life would have been like if she had married someone else and calls her ex-boyfriend to see if she can rekindle the old flame and spice up her life. Since her husband's death after only six years of marriage, Rebecca has single-handedly raised his ever-challenging and now adult daughters, as well as one of her own. Rebecca also inherited her husband's uncle, 99-year-old Poppy (Jack Palance), a crotchety old man whose total focus is his upcoming 100th birthday. A party planner by trade, Rebecca is always cheerful and upbeat, but, even after many, many years, she's still not really sure about her standing in this bizarre family.Candles on Bay Street: As a spirited eighteen year-old, Dee Dee thought the world outside her small hometown was magical and she couldn't wait to leave. But for most of the thirteen years she's been away, the pretty single mother has been telling her son Trooper stories about the magical town she grew up in. Now they're moving back into the house she's inherited from her mother, where Dee Dee plans to raise Trooper and open a candle shop. This news is unsettling for the young man she left behind all those years ago. Sam Timmons is now a respected veterinarian practicing with his loving wife Lydia. Dee Dee's presence immediately creates tension between Sam and Lydia, until a curious thing happens. The three become friends. Despite the initial awkwardness, old wounds are mended and new friendships are formed. As their relationships deepen, Dee Dee finally reveals the true reason she's come home - a secret that will change their lives forever. Follow the Stars Home: Sometimes we choose the wrong person to fall in love with. Diane Parker meets and marries the handsome and charismatic Mark McCune, never noticing the quiet attention of his brother, David, a soft-spoken pediatrician. Their marriage seems perfect until the birth of their daughter, Julia, a baby with genetic abnormalities. Mark, who can't face the idea of a less-than-perfect child, walks out, leaving Dianne to confront the challenges of being a single mom. As the years pass, Dianne and her mother, Hannah, remain selflessly devoted to Julia. David introduces Dianne to a young girl from a troubled home as a "mother's helper," and things begin to change. Julia gains a best friend and Dianne finds renewed strength and hope, but David must wait patiently for a chance to reveal his true feelings. In the process, Dianne learns that love is more than what you feel for someone - it's what you're willing to give of yourself. Have a Little Faith: Mitch Albom (Bradley Whitford) has a pretty great life. He lives in Detriot and is happily married, he's an award-winning sportswriter, a must-read newspaper columnist, a screen writer, a radio and television broadcaster. Then two men come into his life, and he realizes something's missing. Rabbi Albert Lewis (Martin Landau) presides over a thriving synagogue in a comfortable New Jersey suburb, and pastor Henry Covington (Laurence Fishburne), a recovering drug user and dealer, preaches to the poor and homeless in a crumbling Detroit inner-city church. Moving between their worlds - Christian and Jewish, African-American and white, impoverished and privileged - Albom witnesses first-hand how these two very different men not only live life, buy celebrate it. What else do these two have in common? They believe there's a divine spark in all of us - and that a single person can make a big difference in others' lives, as long as they have a little faith.