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Do You Believe?

I debated about doing a review of the current Christian film from Pure Flix called Do You Believe because I honestly don’t want to spoil the rawness of the experience I was able to have.  903 more words

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Unbroken: The Alternate Ending

The 40 Days (and Nights) of Christian Media Challenge is on Day 7, and I’ve been pleased by some aspects of this journey (starting a daily devotional habit, discovering some interesting music, connecting with lots of fun people), and disappointed in others (that Christians have this weird fascination with copying the world’s fads, that the big players in Christian media like perpetuating a pretty myopic view of the world, that if our stories don’t have specific “come to Jesus” moments, the Christian media marketers won’t touch them). 514 more words

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As a movie reviewer, I once received a letter that told me I shouldn’t have seen all of the movies I commented on in a newspaper article because those movies were “contravening God’s law”. 71 more words

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Three Parables to Watch

Here are some Christian videos our family has enjoyed watching. You can read about the films here.

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A Strange Obedience

A Silent Prayer… 18 more words

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The Movie October Baby

The is a quick look behind the scenes of the movie October Baby and the impact it made. The testimony behind the movie is so touching and powerful, and I want to encourage you to watch the movie. 113 more words

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On the Poor Quality of Christian-Made Movies: A Proposition

A year ago at this time, discussion of Hollywood’s “religious renaissance” began in earnest. Movies like Son of God, Noah, Heaven is for Real and God’s Not Dead were preparing to release, with more faith-oriented films set to come out later in the year (Mom’s Night Out, The Identical, Left Behind, Exodus). 1,082 more words

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3 Reasons To Stop Using Bible Verses For Christian Film Marketing

Imagine for a moment:  you’re a low budget filmmaker, and you want to get the word out to the Christian community about your upcoming faith-based film.   1,040 more words

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