Four Christian teens struggle to keep a promise to remain pure and righteous in The Young Believers. Bound to a mutual pact to avoid drinking, drugs, and premarital sex throughout high ...
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Four Christian teens struggle to keep a promise to remain pure and righteous in The Young Believers. Bound to a mutual pact to avoid drinking, drugs, and premarital sex throughout high school, longtime friends Delilah, David, Leah, and Luke run into temptation and trouble in their senior year. First, Delilah faces pressure from her boyfriend to take their relationship to another level. Then, David must decide whether or not to try alcohol. Next, Leah refuses to open her heart during her parents' divorce, and Luke is lured into playing music that doesn't glorify God.Written by
This movie is excellent for Christian youths to watch because it has very relate able conflicts and a message that is clear and inspirational. To live in the world, not of the world. 4 high school seniors struggle with worldly temptations and push through them with the power of the God and the strength of there friendship. They create a club called the Young Believers in middle school and have stuck with the rules (things like no fornication, drugs, alcohol, etc) for 4 years. Now in their last year of high school they are hit with temptations from all angles. These young actors do a great job at portraying these various roles as well. The acting as well as the cinematography are excellent for a production of this size and budget.
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