What Movies Should Christians Watch?

What movies should Christians watch? Most articles on this topic either say “it’s different for everyone”, or “this is what most Christians do.” Those answers are hard for me to swallow because I believe morals are absolute. What is “right” and “wrong” is determined by God alone and is not relative to individuals. No matter how sensitive or tough you are, or what your personal conclusions …

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5 Christian Movies In Production 2017

There are so many great movies headed to theaters in the next few years! Here are some faith-based movies currently in production. I Can Only Imagine Release Date: 2018 From the Erwin Brothers (Mom’s Night Out, Woodlawn) comes the story behind the record-breaking song ‘I Can Only Imagine’. The movie follows the story of Bart Millard, the lead singer of the chart-topping Christian band MercyMe. …

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Mayflower II: An Interview with Movie Director Greg Lammiman

There are few films that venture out into the unknown – pushing the boundaries and charting new territories. Greg Lammimam ‘s new project Mayflower II is one of those films. It’s a smart, action-packed science fiction flick from a Christian perspective. Recently Secondly Magazine had the honor of catching up with Greg to talk about the movie. Here’s the interview! Secondly Magazine: Tell us about your …

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VidAngel is back

VidAngel is Back for Good

–Update: Sony’s “clean version” movie option has been temporarily disabled, due to complaints from film directors.–   VidAngel, the leading movie filtering service, is back in business… with a catch. The company is still in the midst of a lawsuit that began in 2016. While the battle against major studios such as Disney, Warner Bros., and Twentieth Century Fox, VidAngel has been resurrected in a …

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Mandisa Releases New Album ‘Out of the Dark’

–update: The giveaway associated with this record review has ended– Mandisa’s latest album, Out of the Dark, is enjoyable to listen to, but also has a strong message of Christ’s redemptive power. The album is complete with catchy beats, strong lyrics, and contributions from industry-leading artists such as TobyMac, Britt Nicole, Kirk Franklin, and Jeremy Camp. As with all of Mandisa’s previous albums, Out of the …

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Is Genesis History? An Interview With Dr. Del Tackett

Del Tackett is the former president of the Focus on the Family Institute. He’s also a brilliant proffeseur and has taught over 30 courses at three different schools. In 2016, Tackett interviewed over a dozen Creationist scientists (who believe in the 6-day account of creation) to learn more about the world through a biblical perspective. Those interviews are featured in a phenomenal new documentary called …

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Director Attached to Narnia: The Silver Chair

In a surprise announcement by Variety recently, Mark Gordon (of the Mark Gordon Company) revealed the director for the latest installment of the Narnia franchise. Progress has been slow on Narnia: The Silver Chair, but this exciting new announcement is proof that the film is alive and well, and can be expected to be released sometime in 2019. Joe Johnston is officially attached as the …

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An Interview With ‘The Case for Christ’ Actor Kevin Sizemore

Kevin Sizemore is a very distinguished actor, to say the least. He’s played in a variety of faith-based films, including Woodlawn with Academy Award winner Jon Voight, Miracles From Heaven with Jennifer Garner, Believe, which he also produced, and most recently The Case For Christ opposite Mike Vogel and Academy Award winner Faye Dunaway. He has been incredibly consistent throughout his entire career, delivering solid performances …

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New Smurfs Movie Is A Breath of Fresh Air for Families

Smurfs: The Lost Village is opening in theaters this weekend, along with the positively received faith-based film The Case for Christ. With so much controversy surrounding the cinematic world these past few months, including the homosexual agenda present in not one, but two “family movies”, the latest installment of the Smurfs franchise is truly a breath of fresh air. The film features minimal, if not none, …

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