3 Faith-Focused Movies This Month on Faithlife TV Plus

You don’t have to compromise when it comes to TV entertainment.  A Faithlife TV Plus subscription gives you access to great Christian content—everything from children’s shows to documentaries, Christian movies, and advanced Bible courses. So you can keep building your faith while you enjoy a TV show. 

Here are a few movies featured this month:

Sheep Among Wolves: Volume One

In this first volume of a series of films about the suffering and glory of the persecuted church, you’ll hear from leaders in the underground church and allow persecuted believers to ask you, as they ask themselves, “What is your price?”


Searching for a King: Israel’s United Kingdom

Go back in time and sift through layers of history as Jeremy Dehut and Barry Britnell search for evidence of Israel’s first kings. Journey with them as they talk with experts in the field of archeology and connect the physical history and geography with the words of the Bible. Dig through the excavations at Shiloh, go deep underground through the cave system where David hid from Saul, and take a rough 4×4 excursion into the valley of one of the most well-known battles of the Bible.


The Bible V. Joseph Smith

In this unique documentary produced entirely in Israel, a Christian and a Mormon sit down to dialogue about one of the most important questions of faith: How do we know if a prophet is speaking the truth? Listen in on their fascinating discussion and follow along as they travel throughout the Holy Land in search of the facts. They’ll put both biblical and Mormon prophets to the test to find out if their predictions actually took place in history. If even one prediction fails to come true, then that prophet fails the test!


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Jess Holland

Jess Holland is a marketing and communications copywriter for Life.Church. She was previously a writer on Faithlife staff.

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Written by Jess Holland