Get out the popcorn. It’s Saturday night. It’s also an opportunity to do something with the family.
How about a movie?
Not just one either.
An entire curated assembly of great Christian and Bible-based movies.
Not just any movie.
What you love most in a movie site and have been looking for but couldn’t find in one place until now. Let’s check off the goodies I found on my visit at he site.
- It’s all free. Cost and hassle-free. No sign-ups and misleading links that lead no where. Check.
- High-quality sound, screen and visuals. Check.
- Wholesome themes the entire family can watch safely. Check.
- Selections for kids. Animated stories. See Kids Bible Movies. Check.
- Modern, Made-in-Hollywood Christian storylines and themes you can relate to. Check.
- Historical fiction –Bible movies about your favourite Bible heroes. Think Samson and Delilah. Abraham. Check.
- Available devotionals and audio Bible within easy reach giving viewers a faith-based experience and a chance to connect with God as they enjoy wholesome family entertainment the site provides.
Does that sound like everything you’d want in a family movie site on a Saturday night like this?
I thought so.
So let me not keep you in suspense any longer.
Here it is.
Try and see Clancy and Faith like Potatoes. You might even like An Ounce of Courage. What would Jesus Do 11 – The Woodcarver and Fireproof are great to watch with your spouse, as they have marriage and relationship themes, but the kids will still enjoy the fast-paced action, interesting story lines and evocative moments. There are a couple tear jerkers in there as well, like Letters to God. Did I mention Clancy? Didn’t like the end, too sad, but a beautiful story of a child’s faith nonetheless. Touching.
Those are the ones I’ve watched and liked so far. Take your time. You have three categories to select from — Bible movies, Hollywood movies, and Christian movies. Start there and browse through the lists.
A Movie Site with a Ministry Hook
As I noted earlier, I love the Christ-centred atmosphere and focus of the site. Visitors quickly sum up that the site is really about ministry and not just entertainment. Check out the great devotionals. I like the honest disclaimer as well. Before you head over there, please read what it says:
Please be aware that almost every bible movie is often not scripturally or historically accurate. This is most especially true of any bible movies which are made by Hollywood. As such, these films should only be considered as entertainment, and nothing more. We recommend regular personal reading of the Holy Bible, preferably the King James AV, to ensure our faith in Jesus Christ remains as accurate and as scripturally truthful at all times – See more at: http://watchbiblemovies.com/#sthash.XiaxjqBb.dpuf
Simple and straightforward. A good idea is to discuss any inaccuracies or embellishments with your kids while you dig into the popcorn or after the movie. Have fun.
Leave a comment below telling me what you think of the site. What should I watch next?
Bye. My popcorn’s burnin!!