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5 Christian Movies You Can Watch And Enjoy Released This Summer, Fall 2020

5 Christian Movies You Can Watch And Enjoy Released This Summer, Fall 2020
5 Christian Movies You Can Watch And Enjoy Released This Summer, Fall 2020

With the recent success of Christian films along the years, Hollywood filmmakers provides more faith-based content. The movie “I Still Believe”, even though it was released months ago, is still on demand in online streaming. It became No. 1 after it launched, garnering $9 million ticket sales. So, if you want more movies like “I Still Believe”, here are 5 Christian movies that will surely encourage and increase your faith to come out this summer and fall.

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5 Christian Movies

 

  1. “Selfie Dad”

“Selfie Dad” stars comedian Michael Jr. set to come out this June 19, this film is just in time for a Father’s Day Tribute. The movie seeks to show the importance of having a godly father in a self-centered world.

Michael Jr. told Christian Post, “What better time than Father’s Day for your whole family to enjoy a fun and uplifting story of a dad disconnecting and reconnecting with his family.. because he reconnected with what matters most.”

 

  1. “A Week Away”

Netflix proudly presents its first original faith-based musical. “The musical follows a troubled teen Will Hawkins (Kevin Quinn) who has a run-in with the law that puts him at an important crossroad: go to juvenile detention or attend a Christian summer camp. At first a fish-out-of-water, Will opens his heart, discovers love with a camp regular (Bailee Madison), and finds a sense of belonging in the last place he expected to find,” the synopsis reads.

 

  1. “24 Counter”

The award-nominated documentary follows the life of former football player turned Christian actor, T.C. Stallings. He acted in a previous hit movie, “War Room”. The inspiring film will be available on demand June 30.

 

  1. “Home Sweet Home”

For viewers who love romantic-comedy genre, this movie is perfect for you. This film revolves around a flirtatious barista Victoria who thought Jason, a ministry head, can fill the void in her life.

 

  1. “Don’t Say My Name”

Based on a true story, the film follows the journey of a human trafficking survivor towards the road of recovery and healing. The movie will be used for advocacies against human trafficking.

Reference: Christian Post

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