Last Updated on June 24, 2019 by Ellen Christian
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Marty and I love watching television but for the most part, we don’t watch prime time television shows. We spend most of our TV time watching documentaries and faith based shows on Netflix. Thankfully, there is a pretty good selection on Netflix that we can choose from. I’m a member of the Netflix Stream Team and am sharing this post as part of their program. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
My Favorite Faith Based Shows on Netflix
Here are a few faith based shows that Marty and I enjoy watching. They are currently on Netflix, but if in the future they aren’t, you can probably find a DVD or look for them online.
Son of God
A follow-up to the landmark 2013 miniseries, The Bible, this feature follows the life of Jesus Christ from his humble birth to his resurrection. Starring Diogo Morgado, Greg Hicks, Adrian Schiller.
Where Was God? Stories of Hope After the Storm
Survivors of the 2013 tornado that virtually destroyed the town of Moore, Oklahoma, share their tales of loss, perseverance and the power of faith.
In the Name of God
A teenage foster kid with a bad attitude is forced to attend a support group, where he learns the importance of humility, respect, and fresh starts. Starring: Eric Roberts, Robyn Lively, Patrick Davis.
Finger of God
A filmmaker travels the globe to document God’s presence in the modern world and returns with stunning footage that tells a fascinating story. Starring: Darren Wilson
God’s Precious Jewels
The concerned ladies of a support group for faithful women pool their resources to help a member who begins to veer from God’s path. Starring: Robin Givens, Clifton Powell, Kae Shakir.
Veggie Tales Classics: Where’s God When I’m Scared
After viewing a scary Frankencelery movie, Junior Asparagus works through his fear of monsters to learn that God is bigger than the boogeyman.
When you’re looking for a few new faith based shows, check out the selection available on Netflix.
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