Directed by Steve Taylor and starring Marshall Allman, Claire Holt, and Tania Raymonde, Blue Like Jazz is a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age comedy-drama based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Donald Miller. The film follows the spiritual journey of Don (Allman), a Christian teenager who transfers from his conservative Southern Baptist college to a progressive Portland university. There, he befriends a colorful group of characters and begins to question his long-held beliefs. With its smart dialogue, engaging story, and quirky sense of humor, Blue Like Jazz is one of the most entertaining and thought-provoking films on faith and religion in recent years.
Based on the true story of investigative journalist and former atheist Lee Strobel, The Case for Christ is a must-see film for anyone who is searching for the truth about Christianity. Directed by Jon Gunn and starring Mike Vogel, Erika Christensen, Faye Dunaway, and Robert Forster, the film follows Strobel as he sets out to disprove the existence of Jesus Christ after his wife becomes a believer. However, his investigation leads him on a journey that changes his life forever. With its excellent acting and powerful message, The Case for Christ is an inspiring testimony to the transforming power of faith.
Starring Kirk Cameron and Erin Bethea, Fireproof is a heartwarming drama about the power of love and forgiveness. The film follows Caleb (Cameron), a firefighter who is struggling in his marriage. After hitting rock bottom, Caleb decides to take part in his church’s “Love Dare” challenge, in which he must attempt to rekindle his relationship with his wife by following a set of guidelines designed to promote love and understanding. With its powerful message and uplifting story, Fireproof is a must-see film for couples of all ages.
Directed by Harold Cronk and starring Shane Harper, Kevin Sorbo, Willie Robertson, and Dean Cain, God’s Not Dead is a thought-provoking drama about faith and atheists. The film follows college student Josh Wheaton (Harper) who, after being enrolled in a philosophy class taught by an atheist professor (Sorbo), is challenged to prove the existence of God. As Josh begins his journey, he meets a number of people who help him to see the world from a different perspective. With its timely message and captivating story, God’s Not Dead is a must-see film for everyone.
Based on the true story of Colton Burpo, Heaven Is For Real is a heartwarming drama about faith, family, and miracles. The film follows Colton (played by Connor Corum), a four-year-old boy who goes to heaven during an emergency surgery and then comes back to life. Colton’s story not only inspires those around him, but also challenges them to re-examine their own beliefs. With its powerful message and touching story, Heaven Is For Real is a film that will stay with you long after the credits roll.
Directed by Nik Ripken and starring Ripken, Greg Laurie, and Mike Gore, The Insanity of God is a documentary about the persecuted church. The film follows Ripken as he travels to some of the most dangerous places in the world to meet with Christians who are suffering for their faith. Through their stories, Ripken discovers that faith in Christ can give hope and strength even in the darkest of circumstances. With its powerful message and moving stories, The Insanity of God is a must-see film for anyone who is interested in the persecuted church.
Based on the true story of the Beam family, Miracles from Heaven is a heartwarming drama about faith, hope, and miracles. The film follows Christy Beam (Jennifer Garner) as she deals with the sudden illness of her daughter, Anna (Kylie Rogers). When all hope seems lost, Anna has a miraculous recovery that defies all medical explanation. With its inspiring story and amazing performances, Miracles from Heaven is a film that will touch your heart and leave you believing in miracles.
Directed by Jon Erwin and Andrew Erwin and starring Rachel Hendrix, Jasmine Guy, John Schneider, and Jason Burkey, October Baby is a heartwarming drama about life, love, and second chances. The film follows Hannah (Hendrix), a college student who discovers that she was adopted after an attempted abortion. As she sets out on a journey to find her birth mother, Hannah learns that every life is precious and that God has a plan for everyone. With its powerful message and touching story, October Baby is a must-see film for anyone who values life.
Directed by Alex Kendrick and starring Priscilla Shirer, Aryn Wright-Thompson, Cameron Arnett, Shari Rigby, and John Michael Finley, Overcomer is a faith-based sports drama about overcoming the odds. The film follows Coach John Harrison (Kendrick) as he takes over the struggling cross-country team at his high school. With the help of his new friend, Hannah (Shirer), Harrison sets out to lead the team to victory. But as he soon discovers, winning isn’t everything. With its inspiring story and uplifting message, Overcomer is a film that will encourage you to overcome any obstacle in your life.
Directed by Alex Kendrick and starring Priscilla Shirer, T.C. Stallings, Karen Abercrombie, Beth Moore, and Michael Jr., War Room is a faith-based drama about the power of prayer. The film follows Tony (Stallings) and Elizabeth (Shirer) as they strive to save their marriage. When they discover the power of prayer, they start a war room in their home and begin to pray for their marriage. With its powerful message and moving story, War Room is a must-see film for anyone who is struggling in their marriage.