These days, having a family movie night can be pretty expensive. Depending on how many children you have and whether or not your conscience allows you to sneak in snacks, you’ll find that a couple hours in a movie theater may be equal to several hours of work.


If you’d rather opt out of taking out a second mortgage just to be able to afford some chocolate covered almonds and over-salted popcorn, there are several other options that you may find more palatable (they do sell chocolate-covered almonds outside of the theater, by the way).

At, we are adamantly after finding ways to serve the Body of Christ with entertaining yet inspiring Christian Movies that spread the message of the Gospel. For the sake of your family’s convenience (and your checkbook!), we’ve established an entire section of bargain movies that will put your hearts and wallets at ease. Take a look at our entire section online at We’ve included some of our favorite $5 films below. Take a look!

Believe in Me: Coach Clay Driscoll is a small town basketball coach who seems to have everything going against him. A team he doesn’t want, a town that doesn’t support girl’s sports, and small town politics that threaten to undermine any chance he has of winning. But his pride and his “girls,” The Lady Cyclones, refuse to let him quit.

God Grew Tired of Us: For lovers of documentaries, this award-winning film tells the story of three “Lost Boys” from Sudan who relocate to the United States. Upon arrival in America, the Lost Boys build active and fulfilling new lives while remaining deeply committed to helping the friends and family they have left behind.

Heaven is Waiting: After losing his wife, Ned Stevens finds himself detesting the idea of dating anyone new. When his daughter, Liz, brings home her new boyfriend, Ned begins the journey of accepting change and discomfort in order to grow as a man.

Hardflip: Caleb is a young man who loves skateboarding. In the midst of pursuing his dream of becoming a sponsored skater, he finds that when it comes to pain, forgiveness, and anger, one cannot just skate through it all. The true-to-life family drama is interwoven with action-packed skateboarding sequences featuring top pro skaters as well.

Smitty: 13-year-old Ben spends his summer at his grandfather’s farm. After meeting Smitty, the family dog, Ben learns the importance of friendship, family, and responsibility.

WWJD: A powerful and thought-provoking story about 4 individuals all vowing to walk in “the steps of Jesus.” Every day and every decision becomes a turning point in their lives as they must ask themselves: “What Would Jesus Do?”

The Ultimate Gift: Based on Jim Stovall’s best-selling novel, “The Ultimate Gift” sends a young man of privilege on an improbably journey that teaches him how to grow as a man.

Blue Like Jazz: Based on Donald Miller’s New York Times best seller, Blue Like Jazz is a coming-of-age story about what happens when the God you know and the God you experience seem to be at odds.


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