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The last few years have seen an unprecedented number of Faith-base films shining their light and touching lives in movie theaters nationwide. Thankfully, this trend will continue in 2017 with an exciting lineup of films already schedule and additional films released later in the year. These movies inspire and encourage believers, providing special opportunity for uplifting experience for our families. And since many people who are hesitant to come to church might accept invitation to see movie, these films often help reach unchurched. More, individual believers and churches help support these films in theaters by their prayers, spreading word and purchasing tickets, greater reach of these movies. A Well-make, faith-base film is much like a carefully-craft, illustrated sermon; it will grab peopleas attention and plant seeds of faith and hope in their hearts. And most films from previous years continue to impact lives through DVDs and streaming as well as special church-licensed showings. Below is a list of movies currently scheduled to open in 2017. Each film is unique and will impact people in a different way. Be sure to visit movie websites for trailers, theater listings and other information and aLIKEa their Facebook pages to receive updates. These films vary in quality, amount of spiritual content and number of theaters, so check my special movie Facebook page for the latest news. Some films are regular releases and will play one or more weeks in theaters while others are one-night only events. If available, start date for each film and dates for one-night only events have been given below. Release dates are subject to change, and additional films will be added later. If you have a strong interest in a particular film, you can even help bring that film to your community. AThe Bowden Dynastya documentary about former FSU football Coach Bobby Bowden. A Story of Faith, family, and, of course, football. Bowdendynasty. Com aSilencea Andrew Garfield stars in this film about two 17 Century Jesuit Priests facing violence and persecution in Japan. Silencemovie. Com aThe Resurrection Of Gavin Stonea is a mess up, former child TV star fakes being a believer to get part in the Holiday Pageant, but then his LIFE is transformed by God. Resurrectionofgavinstonemovie. Com aGod Bless break Roada, young, widowed mother struggles to raise her young daughter. This movie combines Faith, country music and stock car racing while paying tribute to those who serve in the United States Military. Godblessthebrokenroad. Com aIs Genesis History? A Documentary featuring scientists and scholars looking at the world and explaining how it intersects with history recorded in Genesis. Host by Dr. Del Tackett, creator of aThe Truth project. Isgenesishistory. Com aThe Shacka grieving man receives a mysterious, personal invitation to meet with God at a place called Shack. Base on the controversial best-selling book, Shacka is a moving story, but some have raised concerns regarding its inaccuracies in comparison to scripture.

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Christian Movies with Biblical Truths

The Ten Commandments, was cited for several Biblical inconsistencies but, could be considered Christian. The movie adhere to Moses narrative, but was produced in a secular mainstream studio. It is obvious, however, that this movie has elements that stray from the core objectives of Christian artistic communication. On other hand, Ten Commandments miniseries, produced in 2006, expand more on scriptures. Finding Biblical, family-friendly Christian movies can be tough. Unlike past film projects, modern Christian films are now being produced with fairly large budgets. They also take advantage of the same social media and advertising tools as mainstream studios. The Book of Daniel movie, is an example of such a project.

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All Saints

How does God move us to embrace His purpose for our lives? That is a common question for people of faith. And when it comes to addressing that question in movies of faith, Christian filmmakers sometimes take a pretty common approach: If it feels like choices being made cover all good and compassionate godly bases, then, bingo, characters must have find God's will. Unfortunately, reality is rarely that cut and dry. Sometimes, God doesnt easily fit into that cinematic, happily-ever-after box. He sees the world through a much wider scope. Which means that sometimes the outcome of our real-world efforts can feel pretty disappointing in moments where Gods will just doesnt make sense. That is where this intimate and well-act pic work. It is based on actual events, so theres no Hollywood spectacles here. No light breaking through clouds. Things happening on screen wont make you gasp or cheer. But they might well leave you thinking about your purpose.

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The Case for Christ

An investigative journalist takes it upon himself to get to the bottom of one of history's biggest mysteries in Case For Christ. Base on Lee Strobels ' best-selling book, this religious-themed drama earns points for proselytizing in a more narratively compelling form than usual. But while the film is watchable and features some effective performances, suffice it to say that it isnt exactly All Presidents Men. Set in 1980, story revolves around Lee, Award-winning reporter For Chicago Tribune and an avowed atheist, along with his wife Leslie. His life suddenly changes when his young daughter nearly chokes to death at a restaurant. The little girl is rescued by fellow diner Alfie, nurse. When grateful parents remarked how lucky it was that she was there, Alfie solemnly intones, It not luck. Its Jesus. Fateful experience causes Leslie to seek Alfie out and attend church with her. Much to Lees ' consternation, it was long before his wife was born again. During a heated argument about her newfound faith, he bitterly comments that hes going to file a missing person report. Desperate to convince his wife that her beliefs are mistake, Lee decides to investigate Christianity for the purpose of debunking it. One of his colleagues suggested he prove that Jesus didnt actually rise from the dead, pointing out that such a revelation would cause religion to fall apart like a house of cards. And so Lee doggedly pursued his story, lining his basement with notes and photographic evidence as if he were tracking down a serial killer. He consults experts in various fields, including medicine, archeology, religion, and, most amusingly, psychiatry, last in form of famous shrink who instantly diagnosed that he has daddy issues. And indeed he has, as evidence by the scene in which the Lees ' parents come to visit their new grandchild and Lee coldly rebuffs his father. The story of Lees ' anti-Christianity quest is interwoven with another storyline involving his investigation into the shooting of a police officer. But while the subplot strengthens the characters ' journalistic bona fides, it adds little to the story other than provide an opportunity for Frankie Faison, playing Lees ' hard-boil Editor, to fulminate like Perry White. That Lee is an atheist is made manifest by his constantly acting like a jerk, including drinking heavily, accidentally terrifying his little girl, and whining to Leslie, youre cheating on me with Jesus! She, on the other hand, displays infinite LOVE and patience with her husband, proving that, as was also shown in the faith-base Film War Room, Jesus makes ideal marriage counselor. It isnt hard to guess the film's conclusion, in which Lee learns errors of his ways and finally embraces faith, although as religious declarations go, All right, God, you win! It doesnt exactly feel divinely inspire. Vogel, sporting the sort of ' 80s mustache favor by male porn stars, does well in his leading role, and Christensen makes her character conversion dramatically credible.

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The Resurrection of Gavin Stone

We all love good redemption story. God can take the craziest, most lost people in the world and use them for His kingdom. In this film, Gavin Stone is a former child star who finds himself stuck in community service after his most recent arrest. Instead of jail time, he has to work at a Church doing janitorial and maintenance work. That is, until he discovers that Church is putting on play and volunteers his acting services. As Gavin learns more about faith in Jesus Christ, he finds a new side of himself beginning to surface. This was the first of years top Christian movies, having been released in January. The film features a lot of familiar faces in Dalton, anjelah Johnson-Reyes, Neil Flynn, and former pro wrestler Shawn Michaels.

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Let There Be Light

During the last week of October are many wonderful movies that are better alternatives to creepy movies of season. Light, humility, and compassion shine through hurting, dark world in our top pick movies this last week of October. Top pick Film is Let There Be Light. About an alcoholic atheist, Let There Be Light tells the story of Sol Harkins, who is mourning the death of his son. Because he is bitter and angry with God, Sol enjoyed writing books that mock belief in God, especially Christian belief. However, at a party for his new book, Sol becomes very drunk. As he drives his fancy car home, he crashes and has a near-death experience in which he sees his son alive and happy. His son repeatedly said to him, Let There Be Light. This experience challenged Sol to reconsider his beliefs and actions. This engaging, inspiring movie is directed by Kevin Sorbo and produced by Sean Hannity. Kevin and his wife, Sam, who is also a writer, are lead actors in this captivating film. It opens in theaters on October 27. Same Kind of Different as Me is also a Not-to-miss, timely major movie about compassion and kindness. It features skillful performances by Academy Award nominee Greg Kinnear, Academy Award winner Renee Zellweger, Academy Award nominee Djimon Hounsou, and Academy Award winner Jon Voight. I had the privilege of participating in interviews with Ron Hall, author / writer; Greg Kinnear, Rene Zellweger; Jon Voight. Djimon Hounsou, and director Michael Carney in LA this past weekend. They are all Christian believers who are committed to serving and restoring the homeless. These actors are Academy Award winners / nominees who bring genuine heart to this story! Below, you can hear their hearts in audio file about the main issue of homelessness in the Movie from live interviews. The true story upon which this movie is based is amazing and timely. This engaging, pristine, and inspiring Movie Paramount Pictures and PureFlix Movie is rat PG-13 for thematic elements and is appropriate for teens and adults. It is based on the New York Times best-selling book of the same name by Ron Hall and Denver Moore, with Lynn Vincent. This uplifting movie provides solutions to today's challenges of racial and socioeconomic divides and of homelessness. The film presents a remarkable true story about transforming power and the importance of the following: compassion, faith, family, friendship, kindness, unconditional LOVE, and forgiveness. Audiences are sure to find inspiration to make a difference in the lives of others because, as Denver would sayeveryone, can help someone. Same Kind of Different as Me is based on an inspiring true story and subsequent New York Times bestseller. It is about international art dealer Ron Hall, who befriends a homeless man, in hopes of saving his struggling marriage to Debbie. Debbies dreams will lead all three of them on a remarkable journey. Halls father, played by Jon Voight, will also be transformed and reconciled by the relationships of Ron, Debbie, and Denver.

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10. The Star (2017) $40,852,824

If you were asked to rattle off 10 popular Christmas films, itad probably be a no-brainer. But what do you watch on Easter? With a weekend of pastel prints and honey-glaze ham lying just around the corner, Christian film genre is gaining two major movies with timely releases: Mary Magdalene on April 12 and Breakthrough on April 17. But in case you need more films to fit the occasion, hereas is a handy list of 10 highest-grossing Christian movies. Star a€” $40 852 824 Soul Surfer a€” $43 853 424 Shack a€” $57 386 418 Son of God a€” $59 700 064 goda€™s not Dead a€” $60 755 732 Miracles From Heaven a€” $61 705 123 War Room a€” $67 790 117 I Can Only Imagine a€” $83 482 352 Heaven Is for Real a€” $91 443 253 Passion of Christ a€” $370 782 930

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