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The Gathering (1998)

| Drama | 1998 (USA)
Michael Carey's world turns upside-down when the successful marketing executive catches a glimpse of the near future. These visions could not come at a worse time for his marriage, his job ... See full summary »

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(as Danny R. Carrales)

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Suzanne Jones ...
Underground Bible Study (Screamer)
Daniel Kruse ...
Michael (as Dan Kruse)
Lori Staley ...
Lisa
Julie Jenny ...
Alex Mathews
Joseph Marcus ...
Dustun
Bob Lauro ...
Pierce
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Amy
Gary Payne ...
Gordon
Jay Ribson ...
Bob
Dan Vollmer ...
Doug (as Dan Volmer)
Rachel Hodges ...
Student
David Thew ...
Future Student
David Partie ...
Rabbi
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Captain Lang
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Bible Study Leader
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Michael Carey's world turns upside-down when the successful marketing executive catches a glimpse of the near future. These visions could not come at a worse time for his marriage, his job or his friendships. Michael struggles to understand the meaning of the messages and must convince his loved ones that Jesus will soon return. Written by anonymous

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Jesus is coming... is He coming for you?

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The Gathering offers a compelling message--in a well produced package!
28 February 2000 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

I highly recommend The Gathering for Christians and non-Christians. The story is compelling and sends a strong message. Further, it serves to provoke conversation and inquiry from viewers regarding the detailed meanings of end-time events and salvation. It is refreshing to see the actions and the plan of God, working thru his people on the silver screen. It was convicting to see Christians, not made to look stupid or compromised (as often the case), but portrayed in realistic everyday situations, holding fast to the `profession' of their faith --Hebrews 10:23. We witness the character Michael, responding to an environment that is no longer even self-conscious of its deliberate anti-Christian bias. A very post-Christian environment indeed. Film media by its very nature, often bases reality on what can be seen and envisioned. The `visions and dreams' segments of the film where at times esoteric, and dramatic. This could have been somewhat de-emphasized by the use of more detailed scriptural reference, with dialogue between the characters stemming from from that foundation. That being said, it is a blessing to see the fruits of long hard work to make the movie. The Gathering is an excellent family film, which can be used as a evangelical tool as well. Tell friends and family about this film.


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