18 Best Christian Movies On Netflix Right Now

Are looking for movies that promote Christian values or movies that tell stories from the bible? Then look no further than Netflix; with thousands of movies and endless choices, we’ll give you a hand and list the best Christian movies available to watch on Netflix right now.

So, grab your popcorn, get comfortable, and pick out something great to watch. To see the most popular Christian movies just click here. 

What Is Netflix?

Netflix is a paid streaming service that contains a digital library of films from every genre, including Christian movies, so you can always find a movie that fits your personal tastes and preferences.

Christian movies come in a variety of genres: sports movies, animation, romantic comedy, drama, documentaries, and more.

Christianity & Cinema

Christian movies are a genre of film that refers to movies that support strong christian values and promote messages like forgiveness, faith, and community. Sometimes these movies can also be Bible stories. Some examples include The Passion of the Christ (2004), Fireproof, and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (2005).

These movies can be made by Christian filmmakers, but sometimes they are simply targeted at a Christian audience, particularly the bigger budget Hollywood films.

Christian movies are among those films that depict connections with Jesus, faith and Christianity.  To many people’s surprise, Netflix is full of Christian movies that’ll establish and restore your faith in God.

While there are not many movies that have shattered box-office records, these movies have always been popular, especially among people who have a heightened spiritual interest.

Among the many Christian movies available to stream on Netflix, we’ve collected those that can capture the fullness of the divinity of God or fullness of humanity and faith. These are stories that are connected with the life of people, that’s relatable and have their own strengths and weaknesses.

Check out these best Christian movies on Netflix streaming right now.

1. Christian Mingle 

Christian Mingle The Movie (2014) - Official Trailer

Director: Corbin Bernsen
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 28%

Gwyneth Hayden (Lacey Chabert)  is a 30-something marketing executive with a top-notch career, awesome wardrobe, dream apartment and great friends.  She believes the only thing missing is a man. In a moment of inspired desperation, she fills out a profile on the dating website ChristianMingle.com hoping to find Mr. Right.

However, Gwyneth’s attempts at impressing her dream guy end in disaster when he calls her out on her “faux faith.”  In an honest realization, she sees her superficial life for what it really is, and she’s driven to create a personal relationship with God. In the end, He delivers on the true desires of her heart: “life-changing” love.

Christian Mingle is a satirical comedy about an advertising executive, Gwyneth, who after too many failed dates ends up signing up for the dating site, Christian mingle, even though she’s not a Christian. She meets Paul, who she quickly falls for, and to keep up appearances buys books like Christianity For Dummies.

Antics ensue as she tries to keep up the ruse, but when the truth comes out, she goes home alone wondering if she’ll ever find true love or faith in God. This film has been praised for its faith-filled humor and is an all-around fun viewing experience for the whole family. There’s nothing in the movie that is overly sexual or violent, only lying which is eventually rebuked.

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2. Five People You Meet in Heaven

The Five People You Meet In Heaven - Trailer

Director: Lloyd Kramer
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 81%

Mitch Albom’s  best selling book turned into a made-for-television adaptation, which offers a novel perspective on life, death, and the meaning of our existence. Eddie (Jon Voight) is an elderly maintenance man who has spent most of his life keeping the rides at an amusement park in good repair.

Eddie has had a hard life, sustaining a serious injury during World War II and losing his wife, and he often wonders what the purpose behind it all is.  One day, Eddie is killed while trying to save a young girl who has fallen from a ride, and in the afterlife, he’s greeted by five people he knew during his lifetime, who explain to him what the key moments in his life were, and what was to be learned from them

3. Catching Faith


Director: John K.D. Graham
IMDb: 4.9/10 | Rotten Tomatoes Score: No Tomatometer Score Yet

Produced in South Africa, Catching Fire is a story of finding courage and strength through faith and one’s family.

Alexa Taylor has what many people would consider to be an ideal family and life. She is married to a successful businessman, and she has two popular children who seem to have bright futures ahead of them. Alexa’s son Beau Taylor (played by Garnett Westton) is the star of his high school football team, and seems likely to have an illustrious career to look forward to.

Her daughter, Ravyn Taylor (played by Bethany Peterson) is a model student, getting A grades in every subject. However, the Taylors’ appearance of prosperous perfection begins to crumble when Beau is caught drinking underage, jeopardizing his position on the football team. Alexa is emotionally weakened not only by that but also by the sudden death of her father.

She and her family are forced to learn that appearances are much less important than they ever imagined.

4. David and Goliath

David & Goliath Official Trailer (2016)

This movie retells the classic Biblical battle between the young shepherd David and the giant Philistine warrior Goliath, and the events that led up to their epic clash.

Director: Timothy A Chey
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 65%

5. October Baby

October Baby: Official Movie Trailer

Director: John Erwin
IMDb: 6.7/10 | Rotten Tomatoes Score: 21%

A Christian (and many would say politically motivated) movie, October Baby is likely to appeal only to a specific demographic. With a screenplay based on very questionable science and acting that leaves a great deal to be desired, October Baby is by no means certain to entertain or charm you.

Hannah is an energetic young girl who is excited to be a college freshman with her whole life ahead of her. She was adopted as a baby, and knows nothing about her birth mother and the story of her birth.

Hannah collapses on stage during a college drama performance. It is found that she has medical problems, which strangely and inexplicably are said to be related to the fact that her birth mother had tried to abort her.

Hannah and her close friends leave on a journey to learn about Hannah’s real past. What will she and her friends discover?

6. The Wise Kids

The Wise Kids Trailer

In a Baptist church in Charleston, South Carolina, three teenage friends contemplate what the next stage of life looks like. There’s  an introspective pastor’s daughter; the hyperactive Laura, and Tim, the open-hearted son of a single father, confronting his homosexuality for the first time.

Director: Stephen Cone
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 100%

7. Mysterious Ways


A distraught woman who lost her young son finds redemption after a chance meeting with a mysterious homeless man helps her to view life in a different way

Director: Christian Vuissa
Rotten Tomatoes Score: No Tomatometer score yet

8. Arranged

Arranged (2007) | Trailer | Zoe Lister-Jones | Francis Benhamou | Mimi Lieber

Directors: Diane Crespo and Stefen C. Schaefer
IMDb: 7.5/10 | Rotten Tomatoes Score: 64%

A charming romantic comedy and drama, Arranged is a movie you need to see. An excellent script and outstanding acting make this movie a true gem.

Rachel Meshenberg (played by Zoe Lister-Jones) and Nasira Khaldi {played by Francis Benhamou) are young, hopeful teachers at a Brooklyn public school. Rachel is an orthodox Jew, while Nasira is Muslim.  Principal Jacoby, the other teachers, and the school administration are a bit worried at first that the religions of the two women will cause them not to get along.

However, there is no need for worry.  Once Rachel and Nasira get to know each other they find out they have a lot in common, more than they probably ever imagined! They are both in the process of their families arranging marriages for them. The two teachers become very close friends and confidantes, and help one another navigate this time in their lives.

9. The Letters

The Letters Official Trailer 1 (2015) - Juliet Stevenson Drama HD

Directors: William Riead
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 71%

THE LETTERS, as told through personal letters she wrote over the last 40 years of her life, reveal a troubled and vulnerable women who grew to feel an isolation and an abandonment by God.

The story is told from the point of view of a Vatican priest charged with the task of investigating acts and events following her death. He recounts her life’s work, her political oppression, her religious zeal and her unbreakable spirit.

10. Mercy Rules


Director: Will Bakke
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 33%

In the heat of the game, you want people you can count on—in baseball and in life. In the midst of a challenging season, Cody (Jared Miller) learns he’s not the best at pitching … or the being a good teammate. Meanwhile, Cody’s dad, John (Kirk Cameron), is losing to a scheming lobbyist to take over the family business.

Both Cody and John think their only option is to fight their problems on their own. It’s not until they learn to rely on friends, teammates, and—most importantly—their faith and family that they discover their battles can truly be won.

11. 23 Blast

23 BLAST Official Trailer (2014) Football Movie HD

Run time: 98 min, rating: PG-13

23 Blast is a sports drama and family movie that focuses on 2 Corinthians 5:7 “live by faith, not by sight.” It’s an inspirational movie about a young football player named Travis, who is a star on the field and leader in his community, but when he goes blind, everything changes.

With the help of his friend Jerry and a mobility coach named Patty, he learns to navigate the world, having faith in God and himself, and even gets back on the field and plays football again. There is some light language and violence, but overall it’s a film that is beautiful and heartwarming as we see someone bravely trying to get their life back after a tragedy with faith and determination.

12. The Case For Christ

The Case for Christ Official Trailer 1 (2017) - Mike Vogel Movie

Run time: 112 min, rating: PG

The Case For Christ is based on a biography by Lee Strobel, this film about an investigative journalist for the Chicago Tribune who is a self-proclaimed atheist. When his wife becomes a Christian, he sets out to disprove the existence of God.

His findings provide him with unexpected results that change his life forever. This is a movie about finding faith, and this man spent two years investigating the bible for historical accuracy, seeking evidence of Jesus’ personal claims and His resurrection to find it. It’s definitely worth the watch at least once.

13. Unconditional

Run time: 92 min, rating: PG-13

The Christian movie Unconditional is the story of a woman named Sam who has everything. She has faith in God, she’s happily married, lives on a ranch with her horse, and she’s happy until her husband is killed by an act of senseless violence. She doesn’t know how to move forward until she reconnects with a childhood friend Joe after she rescues two kids.

She learns that Joe has health problems, but still manages to care for the fatherless kids in his neighborhood.

Sam begins to have faith again and begins to believe she can rebuild from her loss, but it’s an uphill battle when her husband’s killer comes back into her life. She is left to make a decision that could change everything and to get through it; she needs her faith in God.

This may not be for the youngest viewers, but this movie will strength your faith in God and inspire you in your everyday life.

14. The Prince Of Egypt

The Prince of Egypt (1998) Trailer #1 | Movieclips Classic Trailers

Run time: 99 min, rating: G

A renown Bible story from the old testament of Moses freeing the Hebrew slaves, his people from their captivity by the Egyptian pharaoh who also happens to be Moses’ brother Ramses. The Prince of Egypt tells the story of a baby boy given up for adoption by his Mother in the hopes of a better life for him.

She puts him in a basket and lets the river carry him away where he ends up at the pharaoh’s door.

He grows up as a prince of Egypt, his brother Ramses by his side getting ready to assume the throne when he learns of his true heritage. He then realizes he must free his people and his journey defying his adopted family begins. It’s a gorgeous animation that will leave you captivated and a soundtrack that resonates beautifully.

You’ll love watching it with your kids over and over.

15. A Question Of Faith

"A Question of Faith" movie official trailer

Run time: 104, rating: PG

A Question Of Faith shows how three families can come together in a time of need and share their faith, allowing them to heal. A girl gets in a car accident with someone’s son and ends up in jail, leaving his family devastated. Another girl collapses at an audition discovering serious health problems and killing her father’s dreams for her singing career.

As these families come together, their faith tested, they learn to love and trust, in the hopes of moving past what tore each of them apart.

16. Raising Izzie


Run time: 88 min, rating: NR

A story about two orphaned girls trying to raise themselves after the death of their mother. When their teacher discovers their circumstances, she tries not to prod because the children are adamant, but then their house burns down, and they are left with nothing.

The teacher takes the girls into her home despite her husband’s protests, but then she is hit by car a car and falls into a coma.

Everyone is saddened by this tragedy, and Izzie, the younger girl, and the teacher’s husband pray for her recovery while Gerty, the other girl, struggles with her faith. She finally decides to hope for one more miracle. You’ll find inspiration in this movie and hope. It’s a movie for all ages with only a little violence meaning everyone will be able to enjoy it.

17. Son of God

Son Of God | Official Trailer [HD] | 20th Century FOX

Run time: 138 min, rating: PG-13

Son of God is the story of the new testament and the life of Jesus Christ. It tells of his joining with the apostles and his miracles, his birth and death and resurrection, those who loved him and those who betrayed him.

It is a story of God’s grace and love by giving us his son, created by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett who originally had made a Bible mini series on the History Channel, but wanted a theatrical version of Jesus’ story. It is a beautiful movie and one every Christian will love.

18. Is Genesis History?

Is Genesis History? Official Trailer

Run time: 100 min, rating: NR

Is Genesis History?  This documentary explores the history recorded in the book of Genesis in the old testament of the Bible featuring scientists and scholars who want to know how our world intersects with that history. Dr. Del Tackett who created “The Truth Projects” guides you through this documentary to see the two competing views, and what rises as the ultimate truth while traveling across the world.

Unlike most Christian movies, this one looks at the world around us and tries to prove faith.


We think these Christian movies will hit the spot when it comes to finding a movie to watch on Netflix and we hope that you enjoy all of them.

Stephen R.

Hi my name is Stephen and I am the founder of NetflixUpdate.com. I created this site to help give some information about what is happening in the streaming world.

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