Category: Reviews

A little War Room review

While War Room has been in cinemas in the States since 2015, it has been very hard to watch the film in Hungary. And since the film was only released on DVD just before Christmas and made available for purchase on Amazon.com then I had to wait until then to watch it. But, after a

My little Selma (2014) review!

Selma has received lots of praise and yesterday evening I was planning on doing some work on my computer while watching the film Selma in the background. My plan did not succeed, because no matter how much I wanted to work while watching Selma, I simply failed! Selma was a film that just needed my

The Power of I Am review

The Power of I Am is the title of the newest Joel Osteen book on the market which was released in the middle of September. I immediately bought the book and started to read it, and recently I finished the book. So, how did I like it? Here is my The Power of I Am

God’s Not Dead review

It has been a while since I watched God’s Not Dead, but since I recently started writing short reviews of (Christian) films I have seen, I thought it would be nice to share my thoughts on God’s not dead as well. Here you can find my God’s Not Dead review. I must admit that I

My little Do You Believe review

Not long ago I watched Grace Unplugged and wrote a short review of that film and now I just finished watching Do You Believe?. Here I will wrap up my thoughts around the film, so keep on reading for my little Do You Believe review. Do You Believe? is a film produced by Pure Flix

My little Grace Unplugged review

Yesterday I finished reading Eve and wrote my review, and this night I could not sleep for different reasons so I ended up watching Grace Unplugged on Netflix instead. I had heard about the film and seen the trailer before, so I was glad I finally got the chance to actually watch the film. Here

An Eve review

I have just finished reading Eve, written by WM. Paul Young, the author of the best selling novel The Shack. I promised I would write a review of this book earlier in my The Oath review, and here it is! Before starting I must say that I was a big fan of The Shack, and