Two faith-based movies will make their debuts in U.S. theaters this weekend.
The new movie "Grace Card," produced by Calvary Church in Memphis, Tenn., delivers a strong message about the power of God's love.
"God quietly used this film as a nudge to show me what the consequences are when we choose rage over forgiveness," Plugged-In Online film critic Meredith Whitmore said.
Also marking its first time on the big screen in limited release is a film titled "Of Gods and Men."
The movie is based on the true tale of "a Benedictine monastery in strife-torn '90s Algeria, where eight men live in quiet contemplation, removed from modern society, dedicating themselves to work, worship and song," the New Jersey Star Register reported.
Focus on the Family film critic Bob Waliszewski reviewed both movies on the Feb. 25 edition of the CBN News Channel's Midday News.