Juliet Vedral explores the new Amazon Prime film Don’t Make Me Go starring John Cho and Mia Isaac. The movie is both a feel-good father/daughter road trip film and a poignant tale about the fragility and impermanence of life that resonates with Christian scripture.
Juliet Vedral explores why, for people of faith, watching Dear Evan Hansen is worth your time. The film is beautifully reminiscent of God’s unconditional love and grace and also serves as a hopeful story for teens struggling with anxiety and depression.
(RNS) — “A Prayer in Space” has all the ingredients of a faith-based blockbuster: an astronaut who finds God after she’s pushed to her limits -- and space monsters. The fictional Christian film plays a central role in “Faith Based,” a new satirical film about
Instead of releasing a trailer, the makers of "Faith Based," a movie satirizing the Christian film industry, found another equally-entertaining way to promote the movie: By reading comments from internet users — all of whom haven’t seen the film.
(RNS) — “Protecting our hope” means never losing hope that love is more powerful than hatred, life more powerful than death, mercy more powerful than condemnation. As Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson says, “We are all more than the worst thing we’ve ever done.”
ALBANY, Ga. (BP) -- Alex and Stephen Kendrick don't judge the success of their movies solely on box-office numbers or public relations victories. They judge success, Stephen Kendrick said, by a movie's spiritual impact.
WASHINGTON (BP) -- One is a former FBI agent, the other a longtime missionary.
In their respective ways, they're intent on raising awareness of Christians facing persecution across the world.
(RNS) — “Breakthrough” dramatizes the true story of Joyce Smith, whose 14-year-old son, John, despite spending more than 15 minutes underwater on a frozen Missouri lake in 2015, walked out of the hospital on his own three weeks later.
(RNS) — Christian movie producer DeVon Franklin is preparing for his third film, "Breakthrough," to hit theaters just before Easter weekend . But that has not been his sole focus in recent months.
(RNS) — Set in Durham in 1971, "The Best of Enemies" spotlights a dramatically unlikely — but nonetheless true — pairing: a local Ku Klux Klan leader named C.P. Ellis and Ann Atwater, a black community activist and single mother.