I want to just take a moment to brag on my husband. He has been working the past two years on a movie with others from our church. This is their second movie and it is night and day difference between the two. They have poured their hearts into this movie and I am so excited for everyone to see the outcome of all their hard work.
The movie is called “A Father’s Fight”. It is a boxing movie about a man learning to fight for what really matters- His Family- This is not your typical cheesy Christian movie. That was intentional, it was created as a message to those in the thick of it right now and a way to reach out and minister to them through a different avenue. I am amazed time after time by the way this movie is already impacting others. One of my favorite things is even before the movie was premiered to the cast and crew it was premiered in our local jail to the men and women that are incarcerated. Ten inmates gave their lives to Christ and got baptized after they watched the movie and heard personal testimonies from the cast and crew. Wow! Go God! We have looked into it and this is the first movie to ever premiere in jail before premiering anywhere else. The team has been praying that God would show up in the lives of those that see it in the jails and anyone else who watches. How amazing is that?
I am so proud of all the time and effort put in to make this movie happen and I am excited to see how people’s lives are impacted when God shows up throughout the message in this film.
Good news, if you were wondering, “how can I watch this movie?”. It will out on streaming services and possibly in a few stores later this year. Email me if you would like to be sent more information as it comes out. I would be happy to do that. Also, you can follow the movie’s social media channels. A Father’s Fight on Facebook and a_fathers_fight_movie on Instagram.
Check out the trailer below! It’s so good and I’m not just saying that because my husband worked on it.
I pray that this blog today was an encouragement to you and can help in your daily life. Always know I am available to pray with you or just be someone to talk to when life gets hard. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need prayer!
Talk to you next Monday!