2014: The Year for Faith Based Movies

Have you noticed how many movies are coming out this year with a Biblical theme?

It’s hard to keep track of release dates, so…

I thought I’d compile a list to keep track of them all.

In Theaters:

February 28th- Son of God 20th Century Fox


March 21st- God’s Not Dead Pure Flix Entertainment ***Now on DVD***


March 28th- Noah Paramount Pictures Corporation

Read Brian Godawa’s review of NOAH here.

Is the Noah movie Biblical? Watch below:


April 16th- Heaven is For Real Sony Pictures ***Now on DVD***


May 6th- Irreplaceable, Focus on the Family ONE NIGHT ONLY


May 9th- Mom’s Night Out AFFIRM Films/Sony Pictures Entertainment & Provident Films, LLC/Pure Flix Entertainment


July 18- Persecuted One Media LLC and Millennium Entertainment


Mid-2014- Genesis Movie in 3D


August 22- When The Game Stands Tall AFFIRM Films/Sony Pictures


September 26- The Song City On A Hill


October 3- Left Behind Movie Stoney Lake Entertainment


October 10th- Christian Mingle the Movie Home Theater Films LLC and Creation Lab Pictures


November 14th- Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas  Provident Films


December 12th – Exodus 20th Century Fox


20th Century Fox


December- Mary, Mother of Christ Lionsgate Films

Mary, mother of Christ

Lionsgate Films


On Video:

Mercy Rule


Grace Unplugged


King’s Faith


The Black Rider: Revelation Road Pure Flix


If you know of any others to be added to the list, please share them below in the comments.


2 comments to 2014: The Year for Faith Based Movies

  • I actually just wrote an article about this trend of Christian-themed movies. If you have a chance, check it out. I would love to know what you think!

    • Kathy

      Hi Andrew! I just read your article and loved it. I especially love the challenge you give to your readers: “Be a Berean. Open up your Bible. Compare what you see and hear with what God tells you in his Word.” I find myself wondering why some of the films will include subtle differences from God’s Word. I mean, they are small anyway, why change them? I love that David AR White and his Pure Flix Entertainment have expanded to the big screen. My family has watched Pure Flix dvd movies for years. I have seen the good that God’s Not Dead has done locally. Your article was great! Thanks for sharing.

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