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  • Anna’s Heart on Compromise in Christian Movies

    Anna’s Heart on… Compromise in Christian Movies   Do Christian Filmmakers ever compromise?  The answer is YES.  The real question is should they?  That is what I was to talk about today. Let’s face it, compromise is sometimes a really good thing.  Unity is a wonderful thing, and Biblical…but what about compromising principles to reach a certain audience. What I think really doesn’t matter.  What you think really doesn’t matter.  What the Christian or Non-Christian thinks doesn’t really matter.  There is only ONE that matters…and that is God.  So we have to go to His Word to find out...

    27
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  • ‘The Easter Collection’ & ‘The Loyola Films Collection’ ~ CFDb Movie Review

    ‘The Easter Collection’ & ‘The Loyola Films Collection’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Special Giveaway     The Easter Collection Dawn of Victory – Synopsis: Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea witness the prophesies of Isaiah come to pass during this dramatization of events around Christ’s Crucifixion and Resurrection and His command to all believers then and now to carry the message of the risen Savior into all the world. Review: Another classic film that reminds us of Christ’s sacrifice for us. The Antkeeper -Synopsis: A parable of the Gospel! The story of the creation, fall, corruption, … inspires a...

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  • The Narrow Way Film Festival Brings Family-Friendly Entertainment to the City of Brotherly Love

    The Narrow Way Film Festival Brings Family-Friendly Entertainment to the City of Brotherly Love   P.O. Box 19935 Philadelphia, PA 19143 267.225.0687 E-mail Website Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there a few who find it. (Matthew 7:13-14, NKJV) The Narrow Way Film Festival Brings Family-Friendly Entertainment to the City of Brotherly Love Scene from Los Traficantes The Narrow Way Film Festival...

    17
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  • ‘The Christmas Card’ ~ CFDb Movie Review

    ‘The Christmas Card’ ~ CFDb Movie Review   The Christmas Card Two strangers brought together by the words of love.  Once in a while, a movie comes along that reminds us how powerful love can be. In the midst of war in Afghanistan, Captain Cody Cullen (John Newton, Desperate Housewives) is touched by lovely card sent by Faith Spelman (Alice Evans, The Chris Isaak Show) from the small picturesque town of Nevada City, California. As months pass, the card never leaves his side, giving him the strength to survive and setting him on a mission to find her.  ...

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  • ’26 Martyrs’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation

    ’26 Martyrs’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation   26 Martyrs In the year 1597, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, absolute ruler of Japan, outlaws Christianity. To set an example to all those who dare defy his orders, he condemns 26 Christians to be crucified in Nagasaki. But Hideyoshi does not count on the power of faith. 26 Martyrs serves as a companion film to All That Remains.     Although only an 8 minute film, this is powerful, with a unique style, and very informative.  I’m always so inspired by any film about martyrs.  What these 26 martyrs experienced and why...

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  • ‘The Last Song’ ~ CFDb Movie Review

    ‘The Last Song’ ~ CFDb Movie Review   The Last Song Do you ever really forget your first heartbreak? A father and daughter’s mutual love of music helps the estranged due reconnect. Based on best-selling novelist Nicholas Sparks’ (A Walk to Remember, The Notebook) recently published novel, The Last Song is set in a small Southern beach town where an estranged father (Greg Kinnear) gets a chance to spend the summer with his reluctant teenaged daughter (Miley Cyrus), who’d rather be home in New York. He tries to reconnect with her through the only thing they have in common,...

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  • ‘A Walk to Remember’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Highest Recommendation

    ‘A Walk to Remember’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Highest Recommendation   A WALK TO REMEMBER Each spring in the little port town of Beaufort, North Carolina, Landon Carter remembers his senior year at Beaufort High and Jamie Sullivan, the girl who changed his life. Serious and conservative, Jamie (Mandy Moore) was as far from cool as she could possibly be, and didn’t care. Landon (Shane West) hung with the in-crowd an aimless, moody, reckless guy who breezed through school on looks and bravado and had no plans, no future and no faith in himself. When a prank goes...

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  • ‘Overcome’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Highest Recommendation

    ‘Overcome’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Highest Recommendation   Overcome Sara is at the top of her game. She has the chance to be chosen for an elite summer tennis program, but her hopes are dashed unexpectedly by the one person no one likes…Colton. Colton is at the bottom of life, constantly leading others way, hurting people, giving no one respect, and making fun of other teens for not doing what he does. But then his parents pray for some intervention in his life. When he’s partying one night, Colton ends up in a car wreck with Sara, and...

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  • ‘By God’s Grace’ ~ CFDb Movie Review

    ‘By God’s Grace’ ~ CFDb Movie Review   By God’s Grace A son’s journey will lead him to discover, that through the hardest times comes grace. To the world, 16 year old Chris Taylor had everything. He had loving and giving parents, a new found love in his childhood friend, and adoration in his little sister. Then tragedy struck that Christmas Eve, leaving Chris to lead a lonely and empty life that would have ramifications to everyone around him. Chris will learn that the heartbreak of the past doesn’t have to form the future. With love and Grace, he...

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  • Anna’s Heart on God’s Love and Forgiveness in Movies

    Anna’s Heart on God’s Love and Forgiveness in Movies     While watching a movie recently entitled, ‘Confessions of a Prodigal Son‘, I was overwhelmed with the experience of God’s perfect love towards all of us, not just professed Christians.  In this movie Kevin Sorbo, who plays the father is a pastor and he’s sharing his sadness over his son being gone and relates this to God’s love for all His creation. God loves us no matter what we’ve done, no matter what we’ve said, even if we think we’ve committed the unpardonable sin. If you don’t believe that,...

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