While incarcerated for multiple crimes, juvenile offender Brendan King turned Christian. Now entering into his eighteenth foster family and a new high school, he hopes his newfound faith will hold, but a significantly disreputable past threatens to drag him back. At the fore, the intimidating local sheriff won't overlook his long rap sheet, and the high school football hero threatens to get nasty over losing his prom queen girlfriend to the likes of him, but serious menace arrives when Brendan's former gang mates, seeking a large stash of heroin hidden by Brendan's former best bud (now dead), hound him and his new close ties for it, bringing Brendan to a crucible of faith that he could lose.Written by
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Everyone has their number. My number is 18. This is my 18th foster home placement... and that goes along with other numbers - 11 misdemeanors, 9 felonies, 4 convictions and 1 new haircut at the insistence of my case worker.
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Well worth your time to see this movie - and you'll want to see it more than once! Family values, God talk, and Scripture quoted from the big Screen. We recommend this movie to all families, esp with teens. It does a great job of portraying what teens and families in our time are going through, and how even when doubting, true faith overcomes. King's Faith definitely shows that a person with faith CAN overcome their past, do what is needed in the present, and look forward with HOPE to the future. Jer. 29:11 - All the characters of the movie are well done, and we are very grateful to Faith Street Productions and Nicolas DiBella for creating and producing this film.
All thumbs up from Sedona AZ.
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