Top Pro-Life Movies


In this day in age, being pro-life is to rebel against the norm, our opinions are often considered wrong but we are pro-life and believe that every life matters, every life has been crafted lovingly and uniquely by God, no one is an accident.

We have put together a list of in our opinion the top three best Christian Pro-Life movies, the following films have changed lives and saved lives and we throughly recommend watching them.

Alison's Choice posterAlison’s Choice

When young Alison finds herself pregnant by a dead-beat boyfriend, she turns to abortion.  There in the clinic, as she waits for her name to be called, she encounters a cast of extraordinary characters; a flamboyant counselor, a suburban mom, a heart-weary receptionist, an inner city counterpart… And more than anyone, a gentle-faced janitor with mop “eternally” in hand.

The two begin to talk and it quickly becomes clear he is no mere janitor, but the living God manifest – and He’s come to plead for the life of her baby.  With the clock ticking precious minutes away, it is a fight for life or death.  Suddenly a nurse appears, “Alison, we’re ready for you.”  What will Alison choose…

Alison’s Choice is extremely powerful and the message in the film must be heard, it is very emotional, hard hitting and bold. Lives are sure to be changed and saved. This is a must see film. Click here to read our full review

Because of Gracia movie posterBecause Of Grácia

Chase Morgan is still as insecure as ever but Eastglenn High’s newest student is about to turn that around.

Grácia is a girl with charisma, intelligence and conviction but she’s not as “put together” as Chase and his best friend OB might think. A dark past gives her a unique connection with Bobbi, a misunderstood classmate with a pushy boyfriend and disconnected father.

As Bobbi struggles with a life-and-death decision and Chase risks rejection, Grácia challenges her friends, teachers and even herself to step outside the status quo.

Because of Grácia is an exceptional pro-life teen drama that isn’t afraid to tackle difficult daily issues that teenagers face today. It is inspiring, entertaining, humorous and a not to be missed film. Click here to read our full review

Voiceless PosterVoiceless

When Jesse Dean, a recently discharged soldier, moves to Philadelphia to take a new job as an outreach leader at an old church whose membership has been declining. Wasting no time, and refusing to settle for conventional methods of outreach, Jesse sets up a boxing club to connect with those around the Church. But he discovers an abortion clinic directly across the street. A major confrontation ensues, which requires him to put everything on the line… not just his job, but his freedom, and marriage as well.

Voiceless delivers a message that is unwavering and uncompromising that will challenge you to think about where you stand, will you stand up for your faith? Will you stand up for what is right? Click here to read our full review

Richard Smith is the founder of The Christian Film Review. His passion is to generate a buzz about Christian film and get people informed and excited about Christian films, showcasing the alternatives that in this day in age are a light in the darkness of what society is promoting.

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