A Different Kind of ‘Flix

A few weeks ago, I heard about the service Pure Flix. I spoke with the lovely Leah over there to get a little more information because prior to that, I’d never heard of the streaming platform. I don’t pay for their service and they’re not paying me to write this, but I wanted to share a little about them because I think it might appeal to some people who read Life as Louise.

(If this isn’t your thing that’s totally ok 😉 I’ll see you on Tuesday!)

Right now Pure Flix is teaming up with Convoy of Hope. Together they’re bringing food, medicine, and supplies to millions of children. By watching a movie or show on that platform in May you will help them bring more than $100,000 in goods to families.

While I was perusing their library I saw they had some of the bigger faith-based films available like “God’s Not Dead” and “Old Fashioned” (which was actually filmed in and around my county).

I know there are thousands of ways to donate time and money to worthwhile causes, but something in me felt called to share this platform with other folks 🙂 I’m a Christian and I had no idea it existed, so I figure other Christians and non-Christians alike might be in the dark, too.

No pressure, friends. Just putting this out there for those interested in a Christian-based entertainment platform as well as contributing to Convoy of Hope!

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14 thoughts on “A Different Kind of ‘Flix

  1. That’s so cool they’re partnering with Convoy of Hope! My church helped host a Convoy of Hope event a few years ago at a Philly elementary school and it was so cool to see people from the neighborhood coming to get free groceries, free haircuts, job fair stuff, and hear about Jesus. Suuuper practical stuff, ya know?

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