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Christian Fiction and Family Friendly Movie Trailers

Movie & DVD TrailersBelow you'll find movie trailers for current and past Christian fiction and family friendly movies. Movies include original titles, and ones made from popular book titles like CS Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia and other authors. We cover all the major fiction genres including Amish, historical, suspense, speculative, romance, contemporary, young adult, children's and animated. Just click on the movie name to learn more.
247 movie trailer(s)
(August 2010)
 
(August 2010)
There's someone new coming to the garden's Summer Camp this year, and, well, he has a problem.
 
(August 2010)
After losing his wife and plunging into debt, a man gives up on everything -- including his faith.
 
(August 2010)
A band of misfits returns home for their coach's funeral and reveal secrets that were long forgotten.
 
(July 2010)
Modern retelling of the dramatic Biblical account of Saul and David.
 
(June 2010)
Two improbable best friends grow socially and spiritually over the summer.
 
(May 2010)
In summer 1970, a 12-year-old boy develops a unique friendship with an old man from church.
 
(May 2010)
A faith-based cartoon that promotes Christian values as Slug and Ant teach children about living their lives the way God desires.
 
(March 2010)
 
(March 2010)
From VeggieTales creator Phil Vischer-- animation and puppets teaching kids about God's Word.
 
(March 2010)
The creative fire of Christian love warms the hearts of rebels with a cause.
 
(March 2010)
 
(March 2010)
The true story of a homeless young man given the chance to reach his full potential as a football player.
 
(December 2009)
A biblical Cinderella story from the archives of the royal Jewish bloodline.
 
(December 2009)
After climbing the school's popularity chain, Amy now fights the biggest battle of her life.
 
(November 2009)
Carl fulfills his lifelong dream when he ties balloons to his house and flies away to the wilds of South America!
 
(November 2009)
An uplifting tale about the clash between Christmas and popular culture.
 
 
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