Who doesn’t like to kick up their feet and relax with a good movie after a long day at work or running errands? Well, we’ve got you covered with this list of Christian movies you can watch on Philo at an affordable price.
What Is Philo?
Philo is a low-cost TV alternative that provides live, streaming, and on-demand content. For just $25 a month, subscribers get access to more than 60 channels.
Try It for Free
You can try the service out for seven days, free of charge. Conveniently, you can watch Philo on nearly any device, including Roku, Apple TV, your laptop or smartphone.
How to Sign Up
Head over to Philo to sign up and start your free trial seven-day subscription. Just cancel before the first monthly payment kicks in if you’re not pleased with the service.
Christian Movies on Philo
There are literally dozens of Christian movies you can watch on Philo. Some titles include:
- “Courageous” — A 2011 feature from the same team behind the “Fireproof” movie starring Kirk Cameron.
- “The Nativity Story” (2006) — This particular nativity film stars Oscar Isaac as Joseph and Keisha Castle-Hughes a Mary.
- “Brother White” (2012) — David A.R. White stars as an associate pastor at a megachurch who finally gets the chance to lead his own congregation. Reginald VelJohnson, of “Family Matters” fame and Jackée Harry, made famous from her role on “227,” also feature.
- “The Good Book” (2014) — This film with an interesting premise centers on a copy of the New Testament falling into 14 different hands, and powerfully impacting the lives of seven people.
This is just a short list of some Christian movies you can find on Philo, a good option if you’re tired of the high costs of cable TV.
And if movies aren’t your only interest, your Philo subscription includes plenty of live TV channels. So you can watch some of your new and classic favorites — like “Highway to Heaven” and “The Chosen” — on-demand, any time.