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Faith Under Fire stars and Kevin Sorbowritten and directed by Joel Paul ReisigAfter an exhausting night of saving a little girl from a raging house fire, Fireman Tom Hatcher is at the end of his rope. He couldn't save his wife from cancer and worse yet his six-year-old daughter, Tiffany, is now facing the same possible fate. When he finds himself in a cold jail cell after punching a pastor out of frustration with a seemingly absent God, Tom begins to reflect on his downward spiral into despair. But with the help and persistent friendship of the very man he attacked, Tom is challenged to face his grief and embrace faith in the darkest hour of his life.
My Opinion: This is such a heartbreaking film which had been feeling so many emotions from crying and having hope in God which is what we need now with all the coronavirus, the uncertainty of some peoples jobs and it what hits so close to home.
It has Dove Approval for ages 12 and up.
Here is a quote I want to share: “With so many people facing unthinkable challenges, we need more stories of hope on the big screen,” Sorbo told The Christian Post. “‘Faith Under Fire’ shows that, even in tragedy, God is with us. That’s a powerful message we all need, now more than ever.”
See more at https://www.faithunderfirefilm.com