When Caleb and Catherine Holt’s marriage falls apart, they decide to get a divorce. However, John, Caleb’s father, suggests that their separation be postponed for forty days while they go through a process known as “The Love Dare” to rediscover their feelings for one another.
If you enjoyed Fireproof, you’ll enjoy these even more. This is a list of films that you might enjoy if you liked Fireproof.
1. The Ultimate Gift 2006
Jason Stevens fully expects to benefit from the reading of his wealthy grandfather’s will when he dies. Rather than inheriting a large sum of money, Jason is presented with a test, a set of tasks to complete before he can receive any cash.
2. Secretariat 2010
Although Penny Chenery has no prior experience in the horse racing industry, she agrees to take over her father’s failing Virginia Meadow Stables. With Lucien Laurin’s guidance, Chenery finally succeeds in fostering the first Triple Crown winner in 25 years despite the industry’s bias against female trainers.
3. The Nativity Story 2006
This retelling of the Christmas story follows Mary and Joseph as they struggle to get to Bethlehem in time for a miraculous event. This faithful retelling of the biblical story follows Mary and Joseph as they make their way through the wilderness to a small village where they find refuge in a quiet manger and the birth of Jesus takes place.
4. Bella 2006
When a soccer star from around the world is about to sign a multimillion-dollar contract, something happens to put an end to his career. While trying to make it in New York City as a waitress, a stunning young woman learns something about herself that she never expected to learn. Their world is turned upside down in an instant, for all time.
5. The Passion Of The Christ 2004
A graphic depiction of Jesus’ final twelve hours of life.
6. The Case For Christ 2017
An award-winning investigative journalist, who is also an atheist, uses his journalistic and legal skills to disprove his wife’s newfound Christian faith… with unexpected, life-changing results.
7. To Save A Life 2009
Jake Taylor appears to be well-off in every way. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you do, everyone admires him. A few days later, Jake’s former childhood friend and classmate commits suicide. Jake’s mind starts to wander. He ponders what he could have done to help save the life of his friend instead of letting it slip away from him. An evangelist for the church tells Jake that he is lost without God.
As a result, Jake converts to Christianity. Things, on the other hand, quickly spiral out of control. It’s not just that he’s dealing with his father’s infidelity; his girlfriend is pregnant, and some of his former friends have turned on him. Jake will come to understand what it means to be a Christian and how to save a life as a result of all of this.
8. Letters To God 2010
A young cancer patient writes letters to God, changing the lives of people in his neighborhood and giving them new hope. Reading the boy’s letters draws in an unwitting substitute postman with a troubled past, who becomes embroiled in the boy’s journey and his family. As a result, he’s motivated to look for a sober alternative for himself and the son he’s lost as a result of his drinking.
9. Swiss Family Robinson 1960
The Robinson family is stranded on an island where the only people are a diverse group of animals. The pioneers settle in quickly, but they soon run into a threat far greater than the elements: nefarious pirates. This Disney adaptation of the classic Johann Wyss novel, starring Dorothy McGuire and John Mills as Mother and Father Robinson, is a rousing adventure suitable for the whole family.
10. War Room 2015
The film, which is suitable for the whole family, examines the transformative power of prayer in the Jordans’ lives. Tony and Elizabeth Jordan are a well-to-do middle-class couple with a lovely daughter and a beautiful home.
However, first impressions are deceptive. A war zone has formed in reality, and the Jordans’ marriage is a casualty of it. Miss Clara, a more experienced and wiser woman, shows Elizabeth that fighting for her family rather than against them can be done. Elizabeth and Tony’s real foe can’t answer a prayer because of their rekindled faith.
11. Do You Believe? 2015
Seeing someone’s faith in action can inspire a pastor, and when that happens, it serves as a reminder that true faith always demands action. When he responds, it sets off a chain of events that have an impact on everyone it comes in contact with in ways only God could plan.
12. God’s Not Dead 2 2016
In response to a student question about Jesus, a high school teacher finds herself in hot water and in danger of permanently banning God from the public square.
13. One Night With The King 2006
This epic biblical drama tells the story of Hadassah, a beautiful Jewish orphan who grows up to become Queen Esther of Persia and saves the Persian Jews from the Holocaust. As soon as she tells the king about her Jewish ancestry, Esther foils the evil prime minister’s plot to wipe out the entire Jewish population of the Persian Empire. Her bravery serves as inspiration for the Jewish holiday of Purim.
14. October Baby 2011
“October Baby” is the coming-of-age story of an innocent college freshman who discovers that her entire life is a lie and embarks on a cross-country road trip to discover who she really is and the answers she longs to know.
15. Left Behind: The Movie 2000
Kirk Cameron, Brad Johnson, Gordon Currie, and Clarence Gilyard star in Vic Sarin’s 2000 Canadian-American religious science fiction thriller Left Behind, which was directed by Vic Sarin.
Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins’ best-selling Christian eschatological end-times novel served as the inspiration for the film, which was adapted for the screen by Alan B. The film had a limited theatrical run after its initial DTV release.
The film’s creators hailed it as the “biggest and most ambitious Christian film ever made” when it was released. Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a dismal score of 16%, indicating that most critics felt the same way about it. Despite this, the film was successful in inspiring two more films based on the second novel in the series, namely Tribulation Force and World at War.
16. The Last Sin Eater 2007
Cadi Forbes, a ten-year-old Welsh immigrant living in 1850s Appalachia, seeks redemption from the one man she fears the most and discovers a hidden sin that has plagued her community for generations.
17. The Encounter 2010
When five strangers from different walks of life meet at a roadside diner, the owner, who seems to know everything about them, gives them orders. He looks eerily like Jesus Christ.
18. Time Changer 2002
While Bible professor Russell Carlisle is working on his latest manuscript, it’s 1890 and the Changing Times is his working title. Norris Anderson, a colleague, believes Carlisle’s writings have the potential to have a significant impact on future generations, so Anderson uses his time machine to send Carlisle over a century into the future, where he can see how his ideas will play out.
19. Courageous 2011
Adam Mitchell, Nathan Hayes, and the rest of their team know what they’re doing as police officers, and it shows.
They’re not afraid to face the roughest elements of society. But at the end of the day, they will all have to face a new responsibility: fathering a child. They are aware that God longs to change the hearts of fathers toward their children, but their children seem to be moving away from them at a rapid pace.
When tragedy strikes, these fathers are forced to confront their hopes, fears, faith, and paternal duties. Having a new found sense of urgency, can these fathers get closer to God… and to their children? Sherwood Pictures, the filmmaking ministry of Sherwood Church in Albany, Georgia, has just released their fourth film, COURAGEOUS, and it’s a powerful one.
20. Facing The Giants 2006
A football coach who is on the losing end of the season faces the giants of fear and failure both on and off the field, and the results are surprising.
21. Flywheel 2003
Watch out for Jay Austin when it comes to buying a used car. Many people have been duped by his friendly demeanor and quick-to-break promises. Austin does everything according to his own rules until his deceit and fraud are exposed. He, like many other men, is disgusted by the masks and lies he puts on to get ahead. There comes a time in every man’s life when things change for the better or worse. As soon as Jay takes his turn, no one can catch up to him.
22. Faith Like Potatoes 2006
An all-star cast includes Frank Rautenbach as Scottish-born Angus Buchan, a Zambian farmer who decides to leave his farm amid political unrest and race-based land reclaims to start over in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa with his wife and children.
23. The Grace Card 2010
Everything can change in a split second… but unraveling it takes a lifetime. Having lost his son in an accident, Mac McDonald has lost all love and compassion for his family, leaving him bitter toward God and everyone else. With Sam Wright, an up-and-coming police star who also happens to be a part-time pastor and a dedicated family man, Mac faces a potentially explosive situation.
Can they find a way to work together to help one another despite their inability to see past their differences, particularly the most glaring? Every day, we have the opportunity to extend and receive God’s grace in order to rebuild relationships and heal deep wounds. Never underestimate the impact of God’s love. Offer THE GRACE CARD.
24. God’s Not Dead 2014
It’s up to Shane Harper, a devout Christian student (Shane Harper), who refuses to deny his religious beliefs in order to impress his philosophy professor (Kevin Sorbo).