Most of us know that the Easter season isn't about the bunny and chocolate eggs, but sometimes, it requires the powerful touch of a film to remind us that Resurrection Day should always be the precedence. Take a look at these six films that are sure to inspire hope and revitalize your faith this Easter holiday:
The Gospel of John- The Gospel of John is a 2003 film that is the story of Jesus' life as recounted by the Gospel of John. It is a motion picture that has been adapted for the screen on a word-for-word basis from the American Bible Society's Good News Bible. This three-hour epic feature film follows John's Gospelprecisely, without additions to the story from other Gospels, or omission of complex passages.
The Hiding Place- In wartime Holland, the Ten Boom family quietly sheltered Jews in their small house---until Nazis discovered the ''hiding place.'' This is the remarkable true story of Corrie and her sister Betsie's endurance of the death camp, and their sure hope that God alone is the true hiding place.
Polycarp- Have you ever wondered what happened to the early Christians after the Book of Acts? What trials did they face and overcome? POLYCARP is like a journey to the past, giving us a glimpse of that world.
Last Flight Out- Billy Graham and World Wide Pictures presents an intense story of international rescue and unresolved romance. Richard Tyson ("Black Hawk Down") stars as Dan Hogan, a washed-up pilot stuck repossessing private jets. That is, until Dan's former boss hires him to rescue his daughter (and Dan's ex-girlfriend) from the drug runner terrorizing her remote village.
Finger of God- A powerful film on God's supernatural power. Hundreds raised from the dead. Manna appearing in the Pentagon. Gemstones falling from the sky. Teenagers healing perfect strangers on the street. This isn't old time religion. This is a new beginning. A spiritual revolution. This is the Finger of God.
The Book of Daniel- In an age of false prophets, only one man spoke for God. Experience the Book of Daniel like never before! Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, has conquered Judah and deported its people to his empire. While in Babylon, Daniel's prophetic gift is noticed by the king---and an adventure of faith, tyranny, miracles, and the relationship between a slave and his master is born!