Wednesday, April 10, 2013

DVD Review - This Is Our Time

   This Is Our Time!  Now what do we do with it?  That is the question asked through out this movie in one form or another.  A group of college graduates who ask - What is God calling me to do?  What does He have planned for my life?
   I remember in my life when I came to this same crossroad.  The point where the world was ahead of me, and somewhere out there, God had a place just for me.  It's scary when you're young and ambitious.  It can be intimidating.  This story centers around collage graduates who are searching for their place in the world.  I would venture to say that this story is more than for just young people.  This is a film for people of all ages who sometimes wonder if God can and wants to use them.
  The movie is the story of a young man and woman who get married straight out of college.  They move to India to work as missionaries.  This is what I think is the really cool part of the story.  The characters and story-line is fictional, but the mission organization, Embrace A Village, is very real.  They care for people with leprosy and their families.  Many of those people and their children are seen in throughout the movie.
  The story  always follows a young lady who joins a large financial organization in order to climb the corporate ladder: a young man, Ryder, who wants to make a splash in the social media world: and Ethan, the one who seemingly can't find his calling.  He at times questions whether God can really use him.
  This is a very good Christian movie.  It is high quality, clean and portrays a very important spiritual message. So watch it and enjoy!  The release date is April 16, 2013.  To purchase, please visit:www.christiancinema.com

  

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