Focus on the Family has launched an exciting new on-demand streaming service called Focus@Home, a free resource designed to give families an added tool to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. 

The imposition of stay-at-home orders in many states across the country has led to many people spending an increased amount of time with their families. Focus@Home will give parents another method to keep their kids entertained, while helping them grow spiritually by bringing family-friendly content directly into the home. 

A kind of Christian Netflix, Focus@Home will grant immediate access to some of Focus on the Family’s most popular content. These products include the animated video series “Adventures in Odyssey” and “McGee and Me,” and video series and feature films such as “Last Chance Detectives,” “Every Boy Needs a Hero” and “Mully.”

Focus@Home will be available free of charge for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic. Additional content will continue to be added over the coming weeks. This upcoming content includes Ray Vander Laan’s “That that World May Know” and “The Truth Project” along with other captivating shows.

“During this pandemic, we know a lot of people are struggling to find creative ways to engage their families and their kids, which is why we’re dedicated to offering resources through this platform at no charge,” said Focus President Jim Daly in a press release announcing the service. “Apart from our faith, nothing is more important than family in times like this. Together we can make the most of it and create a stronger family unit than ever before.” 

In a video on the landing page, Daly aptly stated that the new service provides families with “access to Focus’ content vault.” 

To access the free, family-friendly content, visit


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