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As we are all experiencing the current global crisis, we are placed in unusual circumstances of the stay at home order. With nearly all public gatherings called off, Americans are seeking out entertainment on streaming services like Netflix and YouTube, and looking to connect with one another on social media outlets like Facebook. All entertainment facilities being closed, we are all looking for some good movies and TV shows to watch with the whole family. Our goal is to provide you with quality faith based movies to keep you entertained with positive and hopeful messages during this pandemic. 
“I Still Believe”
PRIME VIDEO, YOUTUBE, VUDU

I Still Believe is a film that is a true story based on the life of Christian singer Jeremy Camp. It illustrates his life full of love and loss but focuses on hope. It is said that “faith tested is the only faith worth sharing”.

“MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN”
PRIME VIDEO

A true story based on the Beam family. The film tells an inspiring story of a 10-year-old girl with a rare and incurable disease. One day, she has a freak accident that changes everything, leaving everyone, including doctors and the family, confused yet inspired.

“I Can Only Imagine”
AMAZON YOUTUBE, GOOGLE PLAY, VUDU, HULU, PRIME VIDEO

This movie is based on MercyMe’s hit song “I Can Only Imagine”. The film shows that no one is ever far from God’s love or a home in heaven. It brings hope to many and illustrates the power of forgiveness.

Unbroken: Path to Redemption
YOUTUBE, GOOGLE PLAY, VUDU, PRIME VIDEO

A sequel to the film “Unbroken”, this film delves into the true story of Louis Zamperini’s struggle to return to daily life after returning from World War II. Due to his PTSD, Louis grapples with recurring nightmares and hallucinations. This film highlights themes of forgiveness and redemption as Louis becomes an Evangelical Christian.

Come Sunday
NETFLIX

This film recognizes and celebrates each individual’s faith and how personal and passionate it can be. The role of religion in our lives is pondered and processed in this thought-provoking film.