Everything can change in an instant, and take a lifetime to unravel. Every day, we have the opportunity to rebuild relationships by extending and receiving God's grace. Offer The Grace Card, and never underestimate the power of God's love.
Everything can change in an instant - and take a lifetime to unravel. When Mac McDonald loses his son in an accident, the ensuing 17 years of bitterness and pain erode his love for his family and leave him angry with God - and just about everyone else. Mac's rage stonewalls his career in the police department and creates a combustible situation when he's partnered with Sam Wright, a rising star on the force who happens to be a part-time pastor and a loving family man. Can they somehow join forces to help each other when it's impossible for either of them to look past their differences--especially the most obvious one? Every day, we have the opportunity to rebuild relationships and heal deep wounds by extending and receiving God's grace. Offer THE GRACE CARD - and never underestimate the power of God's love.Written by
David G. Evans
Michael Joiner lived and studied in Los Angeles for ten years and went on three hundred fifty auditions, landing forty roles, before moving back to Kansas City, Missouri. Two months later, he got the call to play the lead role in this movie with no audition. See more »
The Doctor at the Hospital states Blake needs a Kidney transplant and he has A+ blood; therefore his mother can't give one of her kidneys because she has O+ blood, but O is called the universal donor and anyone (including A) can receive O. See more »
George Wright's grandfather:
I promise to pray for you every day, ask your forgiveness, grant you the same, and be your friend always.
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We finally got to watch this movie, after missing it for the box office opening night. Excellent movie! I cannot believe it was done in 28 days on a $200,000 budget....just goes to show you can produce quality film without spending millions! Schools show lots of fluff, idiotic and useless movies all the time. This movie should be required viewing at every middle school and high school...not for the subdued religious tones, but for the race relations for all of us. The shot in the end was an amazing message alone. I highly recommend it for all ages. My own sons, 11 and 14 watched it with us tonight and I intend to let them watch it as many times as they want to. This one is a good one to let all the messages of the movie sink into their hearts!
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