Grammy Award-winning recording artist Michael W. Smith makes his film debut playing Ethan Jenkins, a musician-turned-pastor who's rocking the pulpit and his well-to-do suburban flock. When the church board sends him on sabbatical, Ethan decides to help Second Chance Community Church, an inner-city fellowship. But Pastor Jake resents Ethan's arrival. Can they overcome their prejudices and find common ground? Rated PG-13. Widescreen. Closed captions. Approx. 103 minutes. Special Features:
Commentary with Director Steve Taylor and Actors Michael W. Smith & Jeff Obafemi Carr
Deleted Scenes with Optional Director's Commentary
"Behind the Scenes" Featurette
Beyond the Making of "The Second Chance"
"The Second Chance" FAQ File
Music Video: "All in the Serve" by Michael W. Smith
"Action!" Michael W. Smith & Steve Taylor present at the Gospel Music Awards
J. Don Ferguson's Story
English 5.1 (Dolby Digital)
English and French Subtitles
Mastered in High Definition
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Our family loves this movie. This movie is about God's amazing grace. When we are saved we are forgiven of our sins, past, present and future. When we are saved our lives are changed, but we all have some areas that we struggle with and that only The Lord can help us overcome. This is something that the pastor in this movie has struggled with and is working with the The Lord to overcome. It is a tiny part of the movie which takes place in the worst part of the city. FWIW there are no "very bad" words in this movie. The pastor in the movie and his wife do amazing things for the poor, lost and forgotten in this movie. Isn't this what the Bible calls us to do?