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As we continue to stay indoors and keep healthy, the best thing to do is kick your feet up, grab your favorite snacks and enjoy a great movie. With thousands of movies to choose from, good movies that lift your spirits and are amazing for the whole family are sometimes hard to find. Here are a few top faith-based movies to watch this month. Check them out and share with us your favorites!
“An Interview with God”
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Paul Asher covered the war in Afghanistan and upon his return, he dealt with many obstacles, one of which was his fading faith. He interviews a man named God, and it is a reflective experience for him as he finds himself asking and answering many questions. Paul comes to a pressing question, one that many of us have: who is God?

“The Reliant”
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This film addresses the question of whether God is able to meet people’s needs when there is a crisis and the world is in shambles. Throughout this time, this family’s faith and their bonds are pushed to the limit.

“Same Kind of Different as Me”
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This Christian drama film was inspired by a nonfiction novel about a married couple. They meet a homeless man while volunteering at a local mission in Texas, they are inspired to save their failing marriage. This film emphasizes the need for charitable and forgiving acts.

Heaven is for Real
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Based on a true story and the book Heaven Is For Real, this film highlights the story of a boy, Colton, who had emergency surgery. He had a quick and impressive recovery and tells his parents stories of when he went to heaven. Colton’s family contemplates the meaning of his stories and finds ways to share them with the world. 

Overcomer
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High school basketball coach John Harrison’s season is cut short unexpectedly. As he is learning to coach cross-country, his only athlete, Hannah, is on a journey to self-discovery. John is inspired by the words and prayers of his new friend and begins his own journey to find Christ.