The Kingdom Theater

The Theater of The Everyday Kingdom offers you a lens into great films that portray Jesus, his teachings, and life in his Kingdom. We provide you with links to IMDB that will enable you to view any all films you choose. If you have suggestions for additional films or television programs to include, please Contact us. Want to discuss one of the films? Start a conversation in The Forum.

The Theater Marquee

Browse our featured films. Your may visit the full Film Room HERE. If you want to know more or how to rent or purchase a film, click the "Visit IMDB" link adjacent to the review. Neither IMDB nor anyone associated with the films compensates The Everyday Kingdom.

Featured Drama

The Sound of Freedom

Directed by Alejandro Monteverde
The Sound of Freedom presents the horror of child trafficking in a manner accessible to all. This film has been maligned as falsely presenting itself as a true story, supported by QAnon sympathizers, and even misrepresenting the human trafficking. Ignore the noise and see this film. Even if this is simply a completely fictionalized portrayal, see it. Great truths have been revealed through fiction. Those living in the Kingdom of God should never forget that we are surrounded by great evil that manifests in innumerable ways. We are not called to the Kingdom just to experience the peace, purpose, and joy we find, but also to be used by the Holy Spirit to replace evil with the truth of Kingdom-life. Child sex-trafficking is real and might be one of the greatest evils. Start expanding your understanding by viewing this movie.

The Chosen

Created by Dallas Jenkins
The Chosen portrays Jesus, his disciples, and his teachings with a reality that reaches the bottom of your spirit and breathes in life. Watch it and at times you forget that you are viewing a movie and instead feel that Christ is almost speaking directly to you. The message of Jesus about living in his Kingdom flows from practically every scene. This is absolutely a must watch for anyone seeking a better understanding of Christ and his Kingdom.

Jesus Revolution

Directed by John Erwin and Brent McCorkle
Tells the story of a young Greg Laurie , who in the 1970s, meets Lonnie Frisbee, a charismatic hippie-street-preacher, and Pastor Chuck Smith, who have thrown open the doors of Smith's languishing church to a stream of wandering youth. What unfolds becomes the greatest spiritual awakening in American history. The Jesus Revolution grows from counterculture movement into a revival that changes the world.

Featured Comedy

A Man Called Otto

Directed by Marc Forster
Although perhaps not intending to be a Christian movie, in the friendship that develops between Otto (Tom Hanks) and his neighbor Marisol (Mariana Treviño), at almost every turn she behaves as God intends someone living in his Kingdom to behave. Otto is a grump who's given up on life following the loss of his wife and wants to end it all. He meets his match in quick-witted Marisol, leading to a friendship that will turn his world around.

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