Eighteen foster homes. Nine arrests. One life-changing moment.
After Brendan King’s life spiraled to rock bottom, the teen found hope in a new relationship with Christ while serving time in a juvenile penitentiary. Recently released from prison, Brendan finds solace in the foster home of a couple struggling with suppressed grief.
As the city-bred teen enrolls at a suburban high school, he finds support from a group of believers. Yet the bonds of his old way of life—and the gang that wants to know where he hid their stash on a long-ago night—are strong. In his darkest moment, Brendan found faith. Now he must decide if it’s worth the price to hold on to it.
King's Faith is really a great, inspiring, movie! I really can't say enough good about King's Faith. I highly recommend watching this movie. It is a very good movie for high schoolers to watch and see how important it is to stand up and do what is right, though it isn't always easy to take a stand. Rated PG-13 not because of language, but scenes that younger children may have a hard time with. Gangs and their affects, beatings and shootings, blood, etc. Good message and acting, portraying is excellent, very superbly done. I believe the movie is about 2 hours in length, but very much worth the two hours of your time. I would really highly recommend that church youth groups use this as a resource tool. I just can't say enough good about the movie.
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