Faith-based films have been getting bigger and better over the years. In fact, the main topic on an episode of ‘CBS Sunday Morning' is how films about the power of faith and prayer are taking over Hollywood.
The only thing worse than reading spoilers for a Marvel movie is taking your children to one and then realizing you should have left them at home. Kids, after all, love Marvel characters, but Marvel’s films aren’t always kid-friendly.
Here, then, are seven spoiler-free things parents should know about Endgame...
A 13-year-old boy's selfless act has been getting the attention of people all across the country lately. The boy's single mother and family of four had hit a rough patch and were making do without a car. Preston, an outgoing teenager, wanted to find a solution.
Laura Story ("Blessings") has just launched a touching new devotional video. You'll love how Laura talks about, on the one hand being a mom, but on the other, being a child of God - and how deeply God loves us.
For Christian movies fans, 2018 was a memorable year. We saw yet another film shock Hollywood with its box office success (I Can Only Imagine). We also watched films about the New Testament (Paul: Apostle of Christ), the Old Testament (Samson), and about American military life (Indivisible and Unbroken: Path to Redemption).
2019 will likely will be another noteworthy year for faith-based movies. Here are six Christian films we’re looking forward to watching:
Mom, Dad, if your instant fear is that Hollywood is remaking one more classic into yet another toilet-humor rampage or disgruntled social-protest platform, well, worry not: This version of the Grinch's tale is well made, as clean as a crisp snow on a Sunday morning.
Disney’s The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (PG) has now been released and is in theaters; giving us the most ambitious live-action movie yet based on the classic story. Here are four things parents should know....
Christian actor Dennis Quaid recently appeared on the Today Show to talk about his role in the new movie I Can Only Imagine, which is based on the popular MercyMe song of the same title. Quaid gives us insights into his role as an abusive father who's life is dramatically turned around.
Just as you must know and use codes to gain access to many parts of your everyday life – such as computers, bank accounts, workstations, gates, and remote controls – you need an access code for your marriage to work as well as God has designed it to work. With the code, you can access your spouse’s heart and unlock the love that you’re both meant to share in your marriage.
As a parent, do you wish you could go back and watch your child grow up all over again? This dad did! Each first day of school, he did a short video interview of his daughter - starting with first grade, all the way to senior year in high school!
Parents, as you watch this amazing video, let's savor moments like these!
We hear a lot about effective ways to deal with stress. After all, stress is incredibly bad for you—and it’s unavoidable. That said, sometimes the best way to deal with stress is to avoid it altogether. Whatever your major stresses are, see how to eliminate these particular problems can be applied to your own situation.
Coming to theaters February 19th, RISEN follows the Biblical story of the Resurrection, as told through the eyes of Clavius, a powerful Roman Military Tribune. He must solve the mystery of what happened to Jesus in the weeks following the crucifixion, in order to disprove the rumors of a risen Messiah.
Find out more about this release, and watch the trailer. And read how this movie almost did not make it to release!
During the holiday season we spend a lot of time with family, including those we haven't seen for months, or perhaps years. This can be challenging, especially if we have strained relationships with some of these people. Learn ways to make the most of these times.
With several successful films like "Courageous and "Fireproof" now under their belts, Christian filmmakers Alex and Stephen Kendrick are now putting the finishing touches on their latest motion picture, on the power of prayer, tentatively titled, Movie Five.