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5 Top Faith Based Movies to Watch with Your Family This Weekend

One of the best ways to spend some quality family time is to curl up with a couple soft blankets and a big bowl of popcorn. But picking a film that everyone will enjoy is difficult (cue the sibling bickering).
Finding a movie free of violence, foul language, and sex can also be challenging.
After all, our goal is to increase their confidence in God while also showing Him respect. What then should a parent do after everyone has had their fill of Netflix’s extensive selection of “clean” movies and has already binge-watched the majority of them due to the pandemic?

Here is a list of Faith Based Movies that are either based on real Bible stories or have religious overtones. Everyone will find something on this list.

Having a physical “go to” list on hand will spare you from groans, complains, and fast-forwarding. A useful family watch list will also save you time and energy.
Whether you want to go deeper into your religion or examine real-life difficulties, this selection includes inspirational films like “I Still Believe,” “God’s Not Dead,” and “Greater.” It also contains Bible adaptations by word or phrase, such as “The Gospel of Luke.”
So, prepare your popcorn and sink in for a good snuggling while watching movies that will inspire and boost your heart. Turn out the lights and enjoy!

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5 Top Faith Based Movies to Watch with Your Family This Weekend

1. Where Hope Grows

Where Hope Grows is a stirring faith-based drama that should intrigue anyone looking for a heartwarming tale of forgiveness and friendship. However, because it tackles some serious subjects including substance misuse, toxic relationships, and the urge to engage in sex, this movie is best suited for families with children ages 12 and up.
The main character of the film is a former Major League Baseball star who struggles with alcoholism and develops a bond with a Down syndrome grocery store produce stocker. But in addition to exploring the transformational power of friendship and faith, this stirring movie also embraces the notion of redemption.
Your faith will grow after watching this movie.

2. The Visual Bible: The Gospel of JohnThe Visual Bible: The Gospel of John

The Gospel of John is a word-for-word cinematic version of the fourth book of the New Testament in the Bible, offering viewers a glimpse into Jesus’ life through retold tales. The Good News Bible published by the American Bible Society was faithfully adapted for the big screen. Without any additions from the other Gospels, this three-hour epic feature film precisely follows John’s Gospel.
This film is ideal for individuals who want to learn more about the Bible, about Jesus, and the Gospels because it will draw you closer to Jesus as you watch the Bible come to life on screen.

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3. God’s Not Dead

Would you be able to do it if you had to compromise your morals in order to pass a class? When Josh Wheaton enrolls in a philosophy course taught by Professor Raddison—who also happens to be an atheist—while attending college, he is forced to make this choice. After John refuses to acknowledge that God is dead in order to pass the class, his faith is put to the test.
Teens can use this movie to help prepare them for the trials of high school and college. They’ll leave feeling motivated to live out their religion!

4. Full Count

Aspiring baseball player Milton Young returns to his hometown to preserve his family’s farm after a series of tragic circumstances.
He unexpectedly discovers victory, hope, and a fresh sense of purpose. After returning home, Milton must overcome unfathomable financial and personal challenges before facing an even tougher challenge: defending himself against a horrible crime that might land him in a life-in-prison sentence.
This film tells a heartwarming tale of tenacity, faith, victory, and the effort to never give up on a dream. Adults and teenagers should watch this movie. It teaches that even in the most challenging circumstances, there remains hope, faith, and courage.

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5.  Hillsong: Let Hope Rise

Let Hope Rise is part documentary, part concert film. It focuses on the 11-member Australian Christian band Hillsong United. The “biggest band no one has heard of” is essentially the touring musical worship team of Hillsong church, an evangelical megachurch headquartered in Australia that has satellite churches around the world.

This documentary film is perfect for the whole family, especially those who love music. It teaches viewers God has given us all gifts we can use for His Kingdom!


6. Overcomer

Overcomer is a faith-based sports drama from Christian filmmaker Alex Kendrick, who also stars. The story’s central theme is forgiveness, which is demonstrated on many levels–the greatest of which is God’s atonement of man’s sins through Jesus’ death and resurrection.

The main character feels tormented by her parents’ poor decisions and finds immediate comfort once she’s saved. This film is the perfect family film about what family truly means. Those who love cross country or running will especially be inspired by this film. 

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