Tuesday, November 5, 2013

King's Faith

I have wanted to see the movie King's Faith since I first heard of it in last May at the Orphan Summit in Nashville.  What a better time to sit down for the afternoon to watch the movie than in the week leading up to Orphan Sunday?  So that is what I did last week.  I could have loved the movie because it was a cloudy afternoon and I was snuggled up alone watching it, but I think it had more to do with the statement this film makes.

Without ruining it for you, because I recommend you all snag a copy and watch it, King's Faith is the story of Brendan King.  This young man has had a rough start to life.  He is a foster kid, been in multiple homes, and been arrested several times.  During one of his times in prison, he comes to faith in Christ and it changes his responses to his circumstances and everything else about his life.  This movie is the story of hope in Christ.  How this young man struggles to fit in, how he stands up for what is right, how he brings healing to grieving parents, and how he lives for Christ.

I have already passed my copy of the film on to a friend, knowing her and her family would enjoy it.  You can find more info about King's Faith here:
Watch the trailer/Visit the official website

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