Review: Reframing the Soul
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The film provides behind-the-scenes footage revealing the overwhelming nature of the crisis. It not only shows you Dr. Brantly’s journey, but introduces you to others who have been impacted, including a Liberian woman who lost 17 relatives to Ebola.
“‘Facing Darkness’ is a cinematic masterpiece that will most certainly inspire a generation to live with abandon. This film’s message offers a challenge to modern-day believers—to run with Jesus Christ … no matter the cost.”
Todd Starnes, Fox News Channel
“Facing Darkness” drew me into thinking deeper about the global mission of God and the risky mercy that Christ calls us to. It will rend your heart emotionally, but will call you to a resolute commitment of proclaiming the Gospel in word and deed to the world.
The film is being released in select theaters on Thursday, March 30th, and Monday, April 10. Find locations at FacingDarknessMovie.com.
Steve Cloer is the preaching minister for the Southside Church of Christ in Fort Worth, Texas.Related stories
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