Christian child actors share about their faith during interviews for upcoming new film.
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What would you do if a popular professor's teachings threatened to usurp the core tenets of your daughter's faith? In this upcoming film, evolution and creationism clash on the big screen as one father fights for faith and family.
Record-breaking fan-funded film about the work of the Holy Spirit launches #HolyGhostExperience powerful grassroots-marketing campaign. Find out how you can be a part of this impactful movement.
Currently showing in theaters, When the Game Stands Tall tells the true story of coach Bob Ladouceur of De La Salle High School in California and his football program's record-setting winning streak. But the film isn't about winning; the real story centers on the coach's passion to build faith and character in the athletes. Caviezel (who plays Ladouceur) recently spoke with Charisma about his role and the impact of faith-based films.
Darren Wilson's latest film, Holy Ghost, raises the bar in highlighting God's supernatural power onscreen. But it's the behind-the-scenes stories that indicate another emerging movement among believers and unbelievers alike.
Inspired by a true story and opening in theaters nationwide on Aug. 22, When the Game Stands Tall depicts the faith-filled journey of Bob Ladouceur (Jim Caviezel), a football coach who, despite taking the De La Salle High School Spartans from obscurity to a 12-year, 151-game winning streak that shattered all records for any American sport, was more concerned about shaping his players' hearts than winning games.
Releasing in theaters July 18, Persecuted tells the story of a modern-day evangelist named John Luther, played by SAG Award-nominated actor James Remar (X-Men: First Class, Dexter).Luther is the last holdout for a national endorsement to make sweeping reform in freedom of speech that would compel religious leaders to provide equal time to those of other faiths. A U.S. Senator, portrayed by Oscar-nominated actor Bruce Davison (X-Men, Lost, Castle) and his political allies create a sinister plan of denial and scandal to frame John Luther for murder.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 is fun and endearing like the original, but it's also darker and more intense, so strong caution is encouraged for young children.
Darren Wilson has unveiled an exclusive Holy Ghost trailer that will even give the most strident cessationist some goosebumps.
The first teaser trailer for the Left Behind remake coming to theaters this fall was released Friday, offering a glimpse of the confusion and destruction that follows the rapture.
Who would have guessed that God would call the son of two 1930s Hollywood stars to redeem the mass media of entertainment? This story will inspire and encourage you.
Based on the life and legacy of contemporary Christian music singer-songwriter Rich Mullins, Ragamuffin premieres in select theaters May 2, releasing in 15 cities that include Nashville, Dallas, Indianapolis, Atlanta and Phoenix. The film stars Michael Koch as Mullins and is written by Ashleigh Phillips and David Leo Schultz.
With a divorce occurring every 13 seconds in the United States, Focus on the Family is aiming to stem the tide with its new documentary Irreplaceable.
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 Realthe movieis set to release in theaters Easter weekend.
Though shocking at times, Veil of Tears offers a rare and riveting look into the lives of millions of women in India who endure oppression. A documentary that shows how violence toward women has been ingrained in this society for centuries, the film takes viewers on a journey into the lives of women who are so demeaned as second-class citizens that they are beaten and raped in public areas or threatened with death and exile for having female children.
A husband and father discovers that in order to keep his family together, he must first surrender himself to Gods plan in the motion picture Surrendered, releasing Nov. 5 from Pure Flix Entertainment.
When a college student is tasked with scientifically proving the existence of God to his professor and classmates, hes forced to examine his beliefs. If his argument fails to convince, he fails the class. Now a movie, Gods 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 Gods not dead, prove it.
Delighting new fans and old, cartoon characters Mr. Peabody and Sherman are back from the past and in a theater near you. Hint: It's a blast.
The producers of The Bible miniseries say their latest movie is already making waves, even before its release on Friday. Get the behind-the-scenes scoop on how the Holy Spirit has been moving supernaturally on this movie.
When a struggling reporter is demoted to the local papers community section, hes faced with a career-ending dilemma. Tasked with covering the towns first gay pride parade, he must determine if hell allow his biblical morals and beliefs to end his career. Out on DVD this month, Right to Believe tackles one of todays most divisive topics between the church and secular culture.