Travis Fox is returning veteran struggling with PTSD and his faith in God.


Kevan Otto


Ty Manns





Credited cast:
Joey Lawrence ... Preach
Robert Ri'chard ... Donnie
Keshia Knight Pulliam ... Tiffany
Gregory Alan Williams ... Pops
Blue Kimble ... Big Six
T.C. Stallings ... Travis
Shannen Fields ... Doctor Cunningham
Jeff Rose ... Pastor Hood
Kruz Valero ... Lucy (as Karen Valero)
Ty Manns ... Jail Guard
Josiah Paul ... Robert 'Marine Corps Bob' Hawkins (as Josiah Schreiber)
Derrick Gilliam ... Damon Green
Charles Mackie ... Assistant Pastor (as Bishop Charles Mackie)
Rachel Bramson ... Waitress
Brandon Sampson Brandon Sampson ... Military Doctor


A returning war veteran has one more battle to fight - PTSD. The U.S. and its allies have been waging war against terror for over 12 years and SFC TRAVIS FOX and his best friend SFC RON "PREACH" PEARCY are in their sixth combat deployment when the unthinkable happens - Preach and his entire Ranger platoon are killed in a deadly IED attack. Travis, devastated returns to his hometown. His parent's home is empty now, both killed in a tragic car accident three years earlier. He browses through pictures of his parents and his eyes fall on the handcrafted necklace he had made in Saudi Arabia around his mother's neck. He searches his parent's belongings from the accident and the home, but fails to find the necklace. The next day Travis starts his search for answers and discovers an unsuspecting obstacle - PTSD. During his journey he starts to rediscover his faith in God, but a devastating and painful secret hidden from him for years by his best friend, Donnie threatens his renewed faith, ... Written by MBK Team

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In spiritual warfare ... no one is left behind.


Drama | Family

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Rated PG-13 for thematic material and some violence

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I wish it were better
27 May 2021 | by pastoraj77See all my reviews

As a Christian, I wanted to like this more than I did. The pastor is annoying because he can't seem to have a conversation without interjecting religious phrases into the discussion. "Dr. Tiffany", when faced with a soldier experiencing PTSD, also resorts to religious appeals rather than employing any of her skillset as a Ph. D. in psychology. Very few Christian movies are anything more than evangelism appeal - it would be nice to see a fuller, more realistic story that incorporates the true ups and downs of life, and the difficulties of dealing with life on life's terms.

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19 March 2020 (USA) See more »

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