"FIREPROOF": Kirk Cameron was able to convince Americans to spend $33.4 million on this 2008 drama about a firefighter who undergoes a 40-day relationship experiment called "The Love Dare."
"COURAGEOUS": This 2011 drama about four police officers struggling with their faith and their roles as husbands and fathers grossed $34.5 million.
"SON OF GOD": This Mark Burnett-produced recut of History Channel miniseries "The Bible" grossed $59.1 million this year.
"THE NATIVITY STORY": Before Oscar Isaac was a failed folk singer in "Inside Llewyn Davis," he was Joseph in "The Nativity Story," which raked in $37.6 million when it was released in theaters during the holiday season in 2006.
"GOD'S NOT DEAD": And he's very profitable. This $2 million drama about a college student clashing with his atheist professor has grossed $45.2 million since hitting theaters on March 21.
"NOAH": Darren Aronofsky's adaptation of the biblical story about God wiping humanity from the face of the planet with a great flood has grossed just short of $90 million in the U.S. (at the moment) since being released on March 28.
"THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER": Although box office receipts declined to $104.3 million in the U.S., the third installment of the franchise was still a hit worldwide, raking in a total of $415.6 million.
"THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: PRINCE CASPIAN": The first sequel in the Walden Media franchise grossed $141.6 million stateside, and $419.6 million worldwide in 2008.
"BRUCE ALMIGHTY": This Jim Carrey comedy about an ordinary man who is given the power of God became a summer blockbuster when it grossed $242.8 million in 2003.
"THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE": This adaptation author C.S. Lewis' fantasy novel, which was a giant Christ allegory, grossed $291.7 million after being released a few weeks before Christmas in 2005.
"THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST": Mel Gibson's bloody film detailing the final hours of Jesus Christ and his crucifixion remains king with $370.78 million in the bank on U.S. soil, and another $240.1 million from around the world.