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Heaven Is for Real

Christian audiences have another opportunity to see how Hollywood treats one of their best-selling books released in the last five years. With more than 8 million copies of the book sold since 2010, Heaven Is for Real—the movie—is set to release in theaters Easter weekend. read more

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Surrendered

A husband and father discovers that in order to keep his family together, he must first surrender himself to God’s plan in the motion picture Surrendered, releasing Nov. 5 from Pure Flix Entertainment. read more

God’s Not Dead

When a college student is tasked with scientifically proving the existence of God to his professor and classmates, he’s forced to examine his beliefs. If his argument fails to convince, he fails the class. Now a movie, God’s Not Dead weaves stories from multiple characters with perspectives on faith, doubt and disbelief and culminates in a dramatic call to action: If you believe God’s not dead, prove it. read more

Bringing Jesus Back to the Big Screen

Ten years after The Passion of the Christ shocked Hollywood by drawing millions to theaters worldwide, reality TV megaproducer Mark Burnett and Touched by an Angel star Roma Downey are bringing to the big screen Son of God, derived from their record-breaking History Channel series The Bible that was watched by more than 100 million TV viewers read more

Right to Believe

When a struggling reporter is demoted to the local paper’s community section, he’s faced with a career-ending dilemma. Tasked with covering the town’s first gay pride parade, he must determine if he’ll allow his biblical morals and beliefs to end his career. Out on DVD this month, Right to Believe tackles one of today’s most divisive topics between the church and secular culture. read more

Israel Houghton: From Music to Movies

Five-time Grammy Award-winning worship leader Israel Houghton has forged into new territory as a producer of the new film I’m in Love With a Church Girl, out on DVD this month. Houghton shares why he wanted this film released, what it says about the church and his future filmmaking plans. read more

Uncommon

When Rosewood High School’s theater, music and dance programs get cut, students rally to save them via an unlikely source: by using the Bible as their basis for a production. This teen-focused film explores the topic of religious bigotry in the public-school setting and stars Erik Estrada (CHiPs), Ben Davies (Courageous) and Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver. read more

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