This Easter weekend, “Heaven Is for Real” is doing some real good business at the box office, and is on track to become one of God’s biggest hits. Here are 11 others.
"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.