Last edited on: April 19, 2018. Top pick movies in theaters for the third week of April address serious human and humanitarian issues, as well as providing solutions, hope, and redemption. These include: The Dating Project, appropriate for teens and adults; The Heart of Nuba, suitable for teens and adults; I Can Only Imagine (PG), for teens through adults; God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness (PG), for teens through adults; Paul, Apostle of Christ (PG-13,) for teens through adults; The Miracle Season (PG) , for teens through adults; Peter Rabbit (PG), for all ages; The Greatest Showman (PG), for older children through adults; Ferdinand (PG), for all ages; Black Panther (PG-13), for teens through adults; Pandas (G), for all ages; and Chappaquiddick (PG-13), for older teens through adults. The Dating Project came to theaters for one night on April 17, 2018, and will soon be available on DVD and digital. It deals with the reality that tragically many single young and older people today are more comfortable with the hook-up culture than with dating. Today fifty percent of America is single, and fewer people than ever before are committing to a traditional marriage. The contemporary cultural swamp of casual dating and “hook-ups” may be blurring the lines and making traditional dating and marriage “countercultural.” Singles of all ages are… Read full this story
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