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Invite Your Community to Watch at Your Church

Since its widely-discussed release, the movie Unplanned has started a new conversations about abortion, social media censorship and the rights of the unborn. Now you can show this powerful movie in your church to help spread the word that every life counts!

Unplanned is the most important movie you’ll ever see on the most controversial issue of our time. No matter which side of the fence you’re on, no one will leave this film unmoved by Abby’s journey.

From Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman, the writers/co-producers of God’s Not Dead, comes a film that speaks to one of the most polarizing topics of our day. Unplanned brings us an eye-opening look inside the abortion industry from a woman who was once its most passionate advocate. After reading Abby Johnson’s best-selling book of the same title, Cary and Chuck were moved to bring this inspiring true story to the big screen, giving voice to a woman who has been on both sides of the abortion conversation.

Order the Movie
License Kit Including:

  • Unplanned Movie DVD
  • Annual public performance site license
  • Web and social media graphics
  • Movie Event Planning Guide

And more!


Reach every home in your community with an invitation to your church! These postcards feature eye-catching graphics with your customized text on front and a full color reverse side that can be custom printed with your invitation, service times, map and logo!

Every custom postcard order includes:

  • Full color graphics on front and back
  • Custom wording on front
  • Free customization when you use our online editor
  • Custom church message and series information on back
  • Your logo
  • A map to your location

Plus when you add mailing services you get:

  • Targeted demographic report and list selection
  • The lowest carrier route postage rate
  • Addressing and Post Office paperwork
  • Delivery to your local post office
  • A map to your location


The MPAA states the R rating for Unplanned wasn't political, and was instead assigned because of "some disturbing/bloody images." Read Plugged In's review for specific information and recommendations on viewing for various audiences.