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Confessions of a Prodigal Son, DVD
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A coming-of-age tale following Sean (Nathan Clarkson) as he rebels and leaves his home, family and father (Kevin Sorbo) to figure out life on his own. Two years later--while still on the journey to find life's answers--Sean suddenly finds himself questioning everything he thought he knew as he is confronted by a professor (Darwin Harris) who challenges Sean to see his life as a story; a best friend (Azel James) walking a dangerous path; and a strong and beautiful young woman (Rachael Lee) who is on her own journey to answers. Each one of these elements causes Sean to greater examine the choices he is making. The story is one of drama, laughter, relationships, faith, and redemption, ultimately asking the question "Can broken stories have happy endings?"
Starring Kevin Sorbo (God's Not Dead, Hercules), Nathan Clarkson (The Veil, Mayflower 2), Rachael Lee (Greek), Azel James (Book of Daniel), Tanya Chisholm (Big Time Rush, Fired Up), Michael Christopher Bolten (Flipped, Letters to God), Darwin Harris (The Bay). Approx. 90 minutes.
|Publication Date: 2015|
Duke, DVDHallmark / 2013 / DVD$12.99 Retail:
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ButterflyMom4 Stars Out Of 5Good Attempt at a message of hope!May 8, 2015ButterflyMomQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 3This movie had Kevin Sorbo portraying a Father of a son who wanders from his Church upbringing. I found it to honestly portray any person brought up in a religious environment then find themselves growing disenchanted by the whole process of faith lived through the parents. The acting was realistic to me. It was a slower paced film. I really liked that the young man and women in the movie are married in real life. That means a lot to me. I love to see family projects where the actor and directors are really involved in the whole process. That makes it a ministry project to me. I believe I got what I payed for. I really would encourage any family that is struggling with a child or teen that is experiencing doubt about staying in their church after High School to watch this movie together. I imagine it will present another perspective to both parent and child that needs to be addressed. Many run from the comfort and protection of their biological relatives to a new family that is more than happy to share a godless lifestyle only to look back in regret. As a parent who has and is experiencing family members that are leaving behind a deeper relationship with Christ, this movie really gave me hope. I will keep praying prayers of protection for my family and ask for more patience and a stronger faith while I watch them go down this path, knowing God's promise is true: That if we plant the seed of faith and nurture it, then we can be sure they will return to that faith again.