There seems to be two camps in the Christian world: those who support faith-based films at any cost and those who avoid them like a plague. Most people agree that makers of faith-based films have good intentions, but until recent years, the average film’s end product wasn’t worth seeing. Some will argue that any faith-based movie should be supported by Christians regardless of the quality of the film. Some films hope to “get by” by having a “good message” but may feature a terrible story and bad acting. If one cringes while watching such a movie, is it still worth seeing? For that matter, will the film have any impact on the world at large? Probably not. However, here are five faith-based movies that you may not have seen but should and why:
Jeffrey Totey is lover of pop culture and tends to see spiritual truth in the oddest places. Sometimes he writes about fluff other times, he'll write about substance. You can read more of his work at www.WriterofPop.net.
Grace Unplugged, PG (2013)»