Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter Source:
Lisa Arnold, Andrea Nasfell
Russell Wolfe, Michael Scott, David White, Anna Zielinski
Bruce Marchiano, Erin Bethea, Erik Estrada, Eric Roberts
Ethan, Luke, Alé, Ryder and Catherine are five friends connected by their strong faith. After graduation, they each set out to make a difference in the world for God. Their ambitions are high, their passions are strong but will they have the courage to fulfill their calling regardless of what comes their way. The sacrifice they are asked to pay may just be too high. Through godly wisdom from an outside source, the group realizes that this is not their time after all, it’s all His!
This movie will inspire you and speak to you! For anyone who has ever undergone serious trials or wondered why God allowed certain events (i.e. "everyone") this is a movie you will relate to. Erin Bethea of "Fireproof" stars in this wonderful film about being what we are meant to be for God, even when we don't like or understand the "doing" part of of our lives.
Several Christian friends head out from college with big dreams, including Alexandria and Luke, Ryder and Catherine and Alexandria's brother Ethan. Ethan wants to go on to grad school but is not accepted and winds up working at a local diner trying to understand why God has him there. Alexandria and Luke are married and move to India to minister to children. However, right in the middle of their ministry a tragedy occurs. Ryder and Catherine seem likely to end up together but Ryder dates a girl who is not right for him. Catherine is working with an unscrupulous boss (Erik Estrada) and has to decide whether to confront him or not. Everyone has his/her faith challenged but as they seek God they learn that God is more concerned with who they are in those moments rather than what they do career-wise.
This is an inspiring movie that will entertain the viewer with a quality story in addition to stimulating serious thinking about the unpleasant events of one's life. Although this may not keep young children's interest, the movie is a wholesome movie with a few scenes of grief and we are recommending it for all ages and encouraging parents to consult our content listing to make their own informed decisions. The movie centers on themes of seeking God, being generous with help, and moving past difficult times to learn God's will. We are glad to award our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal to this DVD for all ages.
Content Description: Sex: Kissing by a couple who become husband and wife. Language: None Violence: None Drugs: None Nudity: None Other: A sudden death and grief; a questioning of why God allows certain events in our lives; A woman cries over hearing a man who is sick will lose his legs.