Netflix offers a large variety of genres catering to many different interests of its consumers which are like gifts they can use including the ones who greatly enjoy religious movies. We have listed down 10 of the best Christian movies that are streaming right now on Netflix.
- Like Arrows
When Alice fell pregnant, she and Charlie decided to get married. Eventually, they had three beautiful children and adopted one more Asian girl, Faith. Charlie soon becomes an alcoholic and is too busy to spend time with his family. One of their children, their son has lost his way and has become an atheist. Realizing that their parenting style is no longer working they seek other ways.
This movie tackles more on the parents and their marriage and how they parent their children. Parents will walk away from this movie with something because Like Arrows offers a lot of good points about parenting.
- Joseph: King of Dreams
An animated movie straight from the Bible. A critically acclaimed film upon its successful release. Bright and colorful with wonderful songs, this movie appeals more to kids but that won’t stop the adults from enjoying it as a family.
- God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness
After being released from prison, Pastor Dave faces controversy which leads to a lot of social conflicts. Eventually, his church, which is located inside the college campus gets burned down. His faith in God is challenged as he tries to rebuild his church.
A young Hebrew blessed by God uses his superhuman strength to protect his people and avenge the love of his life. The movie includes a lot of scenes from the original story and is family-friendly enough.
- The Gospel of Luke
The movie is about the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. The film’s script uses the Gospel text word for word. This big-budget film sought out experts on theology, history, and archaeology to equip themselves with the knowledge of the life of Palestinians in the first century.
- VeggieTales in the House
Though this is not exactly a movie, VeggieTales is a great way to teach Christian lessons to children in a fun way. VeggieTales are adventures of Larry the Cucumber and Bob the Tomato with their friends as they wander beyond the kitchen.
- Case for Christ
An investigative journalist who is also an atheist uses his legal and journalistic skills to prove to his Christian wife that Christ does not exist. This movie is based on a true story.
- The Shack
This movie is based on the New York Times best-selling novel which garnered a lot of controversies. After the abduction of their youngest daughter, Mack Phillips falls into depression and questions his beliefs. During this crisis, he travels to his shack located deep in the forest of Oregon. Inside Mack meets three strangers who will help him understand his pain and transform his life forever.
- Facing the Giants
Grant Taylor has never led his team to a win in his six years of being their coach. He also struggles with infertility with his wife and soon finds out that others are secretly planning to remove him from his position. He desperately calls out to God for help. He soon seeks a greater purpose for his team and dares them to believe in God for the unbelievable both on and off the field.
- God bless the Broken Road
After her husband dies in the war, she struggles to raise her daughter alone. She keeps her faith in God to help her through this tough time.
Not only does the success of these films make the movie crew proud but the fact that their movies touch lives and inspire so many people motivates the filmmakers