Faith, country music, military appreciation, and even stock car racing … this film has it all. ‘God Bless the Broken Road’ tells the inspirational story of a young mother who loses her husband in Afghanistan and struggles to raise their young daughter in his absence. Through her Christian faith and the help of her friends, she finds the courage to heal. The film focuses on the importance of faith, family and friends while paying tribute to those who serve in… Read more

If God asks you to be his Facebook friend, would you…A) Confirm or B) Ignore? ‘God Friended Me’ is a new uplifting TV series coming to CBS this fall. The show is about an outspoken atheist whose life is turned upside down when he receives a friend request on social media from God, and unwittingly becomes an agent of change in the lives and destinies of others around him. This is an inspirational show about hope, faith, and a question… Read more

What would you do if God sent you a friend request? They say the Almighty works in mysterious ways and, in this case, it’s through Facebook. In the uplifting new CBS drama God Friended Me, Brandon Micheal Hall (The Mayor, Search Party) stars as podcast host Miles Finer, a spiritual skeptic who doesn’t exactly know what to do when The Man Upstairs appears to add Miles on Facebook. To make matters even more perplexing, the God account begins suggesting other… Read more

Breakaway hit biopic I Can Only Imagine about the 2001 MercyMe hit song by that name releases on DVD and Blu-ray Tuesday, June 12, and is available on various streaming platforms now. Read more

Like all Wim Wenders’ biopics, “Pope Francis: A Man of His Word” delivers deep insight into its subject. Watching the pope talk directly on his views and challenge world leaders, and looking at his namesake’s historical role in the Church, we see the radical change Pope Francis represents for the papacy and the Church. Read more

It becomes apparent quickly that “Paul, Apostle of Christ” has a superficial understanding of—or chooses to ignore—the turbulent church in which the apostle played a role. And the Paul of this film is not the historical person drawn from his own raw, powerful words. Instead, he is the later imagined heroic figure, speaking in inspirational aphorisms—like a superhero worshipped by his biographer, Luke. “Paul, Apostle of Christ” shares a common aspect with many faith-based movies: a ”wink wink” homage that reinforces belief but does not forge the actual human story. Read more

Can Christians fight for their rights and be the light for Christ at the same time? The third installment of the God’s Not Dead franchise sets out to answer that very question Read more

Aspiration Entertainment, online spirituality destination Patheos, and innovative storytelling group Sword & Spoon announce the creation of DOCS/OLOGY, a platform that will promote documentary films that authentically and thoughtfully explore the truth about the human condition with excellence, artistry, and substance. Read more

This may be Kirk Cameron’s most exciting and much-needed project to date, one that aims to enlighten and encourage parents in today’s digitally driven environment. Read more

Everyone knows the story of A Christmas Carol. It’s been read by generations and dramatized in ways both straightforward and not so straightforward. (Scrooged comes to mind.) The Man Who Invented Christmas, which opens nationwide for Thanksgiving, is a holiday classic in the making that takes us on a full-speed-ahead journey from the point when Charles Dickens decides to write a new book to the publication of A Christmas Carol. While never retelling the classic story in full, The Man Who Invented Christmas… Read more




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