4 Inspiring Must-See Movies
Films, TV shows and series influence people of all ages and from all walks of life. Unfortunately, we are inundated with films, TV shows and series full of violence, hostility and corruption that produce adverse effects to the viewers especially the youngsters. Therefore, it is very crucial to evaluate the messages and the consequences of these films before we allow them to roll in our home.
Here are 4 movies and TV series that will not only bring fun and entertainment, but will also give hope, faith and illumination to the viewers.
- What If…
It is a film to illuminate the viewers to find the real purpose in life. It is a movie for the whole family that will make you laugh and cry as you enjoy this magical charming story. It stars Kevin Sorbo as Ben Walker who gets to find the answer to what if question even if he never asked.
- A Cross to Bear
It is a heartfelt compelling story of tragedy, forgiveness, redemption and faith— gives new meaning to the word “family” starring Danielle Deadwyler as Erika Moses who hit the rock bottom when she lost her young child in one tragic night due to neglect. Also in the cast are Jackie Long, Kim Fields and Malinda Williams.
- 1 Message
It is a film of hope and courage for those who have gone through illness and physical difficulties in life or struggled with pain, fear and anxiety. It is a story of a distressed woman who finds the courage to live in the message of a man she’s never even met.
- It’s a Miracle
Do Miracles still exist? Find it in this TV series– It’s a Miracle. It is a compilation of true stories of incredible experiences, divine interventions, miracle healings and life transformations which bring hope and encouragement.
Movies that aim not only to entertain, but to provide valuable lessons and encouragement will benefit us even more.
Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Philippians 4:8