There you are in your living room with your family in search of some wholesome, inspirational entertainment. Maybe you’ve got hundreds of TV channels to choose from, yet it seems like there’s nothing suitable to watch.
It’s time to meet ChristianCinema.com – the largest database of faith films to download for rent or purchase.
If this sounds like an answer to prayer for you, check out ChristianCinema.com as it highlights “WND Films Week.” The list of titles available includes some of WND’s hottest and newest documentary releases, from “The Harbinger Man” to “The Rabbi Who Found Messiah” to “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment,” the biggest-selling faith film of 2013.
“At WND Films, we recommend ChristianCinema.com as a preferred partner for purchasing our products, whether your preference is DVD or digital download,” said Joseph Farah, founder and chief executive officer of WND.com, WND Books and WND Films. “Two reasons: ChristianCinema.com is a pioneer in the field as the only transactional video-on-demand platform for the Christian market, and because they make it easier to find what you’re looking for in the format of your choice.”
ChristianCinema.com began with one man’s dream to provide wholesome, Christian entertainment to families. Back in 1999, Bobby Downes, founder and chief executive officer, began selling VHS movies online to fill the noticeable void of Christian films in local video stores. The company quickly took off, adding tons of movies and transitioning to different formats as technology moved forward. From VHS to DVD and now Digital, ChristianCinema.com always stayed one step ahead.
In 2013, ChristianCinema.com launched the very first digital HD movie platform exclusively for Christian film audiences to rent or buy movies online through their laptops, tablets, smartphones, and connected TV devices, bringing faith movies into homes digitally with the simple click of a button. For the first time, families could watch Christian films anytime, anywhere, paying only for the movies they wanted to watch with no subscriptions. ChristianCinema.com now offers more than half of their 4,000 DVD titles in digital format, providing over 1,500 hours available to watch online.
“Easy access is the key,” said Jared Geesey, vice president of ChristianCinema.com. “Viewers can watch on virtually any device: desktops, laptops, television, smartphones and tablets.” Movies are available on ChristianCinema.com’s Roku Channel and directly streamed via Google Chromecast, iOS and Android. Support for AppleTV, Amazon’s Fire TV, iOS app, Amazon Firestick and Android app are now in development and will be available summer 2016. “We are looking into the viability of XBox and Playstation apps next,” said Geesey. All of the devices and platforms integrate seamlessly through a digital account, allowing families switch between and watch movies on multiple devices.
Most importantly, ChristianCinema.com knows what their viewers want. With a 17-year history of serving Christians with informative and faith-encouraging content through their website on DVD, and weekly entertainment newsletter, and an expanding social media following ChristianCinema.com is in touch with the audience’s choices for favorite movies that you won’t find from Hollywood or on other online movie outlets.
Downes noted, “ChristianCinema.com has been vetting content since 1999 and has earned the trust of millions of people to provide movies that reflect their faith and values.” The company screens each film for content to ensure that movies on the site provide a biblical worldview. ChristianCinema.com is planning to add additional exclusive and original content, providing an alternative to the usual Hollywood fare.
According to the Barna Research Group report in Culture & Media, movies continue to be a major part of Americans’ lives: Between the theater (3.3 movies per year), cable or television (about 19 movies per year) and DVD/Blue-Ray or streaming (approximately 23 movies per year), the typical American watches an average of more than 45 movies per year. Whether they sense the influence of film or not, movies continue to power the cultural and moral imagination of adults simply by virtue of the hundreds of hours they spend watching such fare.
Here are just a few of the titles available:
“The Global Jesus Revolution”
“End Times Eyewitness”
“The Harbinger Man”
“Trapped in Hitler’s Hell”
“The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment”
Other WND titles in the ChristianCinema Digital ‘Featured’ Section:
“The Rabbi Who Found Messiah”
“The Last Pope?”
“Disinformation” (will appear on ChristianCinema page soon)