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9 Leadership Lessons Learned From Dads in “Woodlawn”

By Justina Miller on January 2, 2021

“Woodlawn,” the movie, is full of captivating sub-stories and themes, leaving something to inspire each and every viewer. The main theme that love conquers hate is supported by the power and demonstration of great leadership. It is packed full of leadership lessons for every single member of the family.

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WHY ARE YOU COVERING THIS CELEBRITY OR THIS NEWS STORY?!

By Billy Hallowell on October 2, 2020

For the past five years, The Pure Flix Insider blog has offered a powerful lens into faith and Hollywood, providing interviews with actors and talent, Bible-based life advice and important lessons we can glean from uplifting movies and TV shows.

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Bible Stories Come to Life In 'Sight & Sound' Theatrical Movies

By Editors on March 4, 2018

For over 40 years, the Sight & Sound Theatres have been telling Bible stories in a spectacular way. Each Sight & Sound show is a combination of action, drama, and adventure brought to life.

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Sneak Peek into 'Champion' - A Christian Drama about Redemption

By Editors on February 23, 2018

Having trouble forgiving someone who’s wronged you? You’re not alone. Forgiveness is never easy, and forgetting can be even harder. Still, Jesus commands us to pardon those who have hurt us. If you’re looking for the strength and inspiration to practice pardoning in your own life, watch the Christian movie now on PureFlix.com, “Champion.”

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Sharing the Gospel When You Don’t Think You’re Right for the Job

By Sarah Hartland on November 7, 2016

In “Revelation Road 3: Black Rider,” Sophia asks Josh to tell her how she can come to know Jesus. The look on Josh’s face and his clear uncertainty may resonate with many of us who have felt caught off guard when the Holy Spirit moves unexpectedly. When Josh says to Sophia, “I’m not the guy you want for this,” her response is simply:

“But you’re the one I asked.”

This profound moment leads to the question:“How do I lead someone to Christ when I don’t think I’m ready for the job?”

Topics: Movies Faith
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Your Beginning Does Not Dictate Your End

By Editors on October 27, 2016

Roman philosopher Seneca, a contemporary of Jesus, said that, “Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end.” This short remark is an important reminder for all of us. It is all too easy to feel discouraged when we’ve started on the wrong foot.

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Transforming Heartbreak into Healing

By Sarah Hartland on September 27, 2016

“What if your blessings come through raindrops, what if your healing comes through tears?... What if the trials of this life are Your mercies in disguise?”

Topics: Movies Prayer Faith
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11 Leadership Principles from "October Baby"

By Brian Dodd on September 26, 2016

The following was originally published on "Brian Dodd on Leadership," a leadership blog found here, after the theatrical release of "October Baby" in 2012. It is reprinted with permission on Pure Flix Insider. You can watch "October Baby" any time on PureFlix.com.

Today I chose "October Baby" over "Hunger Games" and I am glad I did!  "October Baby" is an incredibly moving story that tells us the importance that every human life has.  This film by Jon and Andrew Erwin follows the story of a college student named Hannah, played by Rachel Hendrix. Because of some physical issues, Hannah discovers she is adopted as a result of being abandoned after a failed abortion attempt.

The following are 11 leadership quotes and principles from this incredible movie that everyone should see:

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Harold Finch's Keys to Unlimited Success

By Sarah Hartland on September 16, 2016

“True success comes from achieving the desires of the heart,” wrote Harold Finch in Success: 4 Keys to Unlock Your Unlimited Potential. That same little book is repeatedly mentioned in the family movie “Unlimited,” recently released on Pure Flix.

Topics: Movies Interviews Faith
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Science and Faith are More Similar Than You Think

By Sarah Hartland on September 8, 2016

“I’m not much of a faith guy.”

“Really? Well I think science requires faith, Simon. I mean, we know there’s gravity, we can even measure it, but we don’t know the source of its strength. You believe in electricity- you can even manipulate it. But you don’t know where the electron gets its energy- you just know it’s there. That’s faith.”

These lines, from the movie, “Unlimited,” were written by executive producer Dr. Harold Finch.

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5 Ways to Cope with Loss and Trust in God’s Plan

By Justina Miller on August 19, 2016

"She was no longer wrestling with the grief, but could sit down with it as a lasting companion and make it a sharer in her thoughts."

These words by George Eliot perfectly capture the character of Suzanne Waters in the Christian movie, “God’s Compass.” Though we never actually meet Suzanne Waters’ late husband in the film, we come to know his character through her stories of him, his old artifacts around her house, and even the brief sentences Suzanne says out loud to him, confident that he can hear her from heaven. Suzanne no longer wrestles with her grief, but it still lingers like a “lasting companion.” However, even in her loss, she finds joy and purpose in channeling her love toward those that God has put in her life.

Though grief cannot be completely erased until we are in heaven, we can, like Suzanne Waters, find solace in God’s plan for us and for our loved ones. If you have recently  experienced a great loss in your life, here are 5 ways that may help you to cope.

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25 Relationship Signs That He’s the One

By Justina Miller on August 5, 2016

In the New York Times article, “Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person,” author, Alain de Botton, tells us, “It’s one of the things we are most afraid might happen to us. We go to great lengths to avoid it. And yet we do it all the same: We marry the wrong person.”

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Weak People Revenge, Strong People Forgive

By Justina Miller on July 19, 2016

Have you ever stopped to wonder if you hold grudges? Your immediate answer may be, “No. I’m a Christian.” But when we look harder at social circles from church, school, or family, there are always those individuals that have hurt us or just plain get on our nerves. We don’t necessarily wish evil upon these people, but we’ll avoid them in the parking lot or drop their names in gossipy conversations. However, gossip and avoidance are tiny acts of revenge, and rather than building community, they build hardness in our hearts.

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Allowing Jesus to Take the Remote

By Justina Miller on June 20, 2016

Have you ever watched something on TV and thought, “I probably shouldn’t be watching this, but it’s not real. It’s just TV, so it’s fine”? We’ve all been there. That moment when you know you should just hit “off” on the remote, but you’re too comfy on the couch, and you kind of want to see what happens anyway.

Topics: Movies Christianity Family
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Tech Addicted: Making TV Time Matter for Teens

By Justina Miller on June 12, 2016

“Let’s go to the movies! Let’s go see the stars!”

These lyrics from the musical, “Annie,” portray a time when watching movies was an event in and of itself. Couples, families, and friends would dress up and go out to the theatre. Now, in 2016, all one needs to watch a movie is a computer and wifi. Theater screens have been replaced with computer screens and hats and dresses with sweatpants.

Topics: Movies Christianity
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Fidelity in Relationships: Sticking Together in the Tough Times

By Justina Miller on May 22, 2016

While the main themes in the charming film, “Until Forever,” are faith and family, there's also a sub-theme in this Christian movie that exemplifies the positive impact of fidelity in relationships. This sub-theme is illustrated in the stories of brothers, Michael and Matt, whose different experiences with fidelity, cause starkly different outcomes in ability to positively handle life’s challenges.

Topics: Movies Christianity Faith Relationships
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