Friday, September 30, 2011

Be Courageous, See Courageous!

Over the last month, we have told you quite a bit about the film Courageous. Today it finally comes out in theaters.

We strongly encourage you to go see it with your family, keeping in mind that it is rated PG-13 for some scenes involving drug trading and gangs, with some intense action (the dads are police officers, so the action is perfectly in keeping with the story).

The film has one of the most uplifting and inspiring messages about fatherhood you will find on the big screen; and it is very entertaining, moving from funny to tear-jerking without a hitch.

The church that produced the film, Sherwood Baptist Church, also produced Fireproof and Facing the Giants. While Courageous is a Christian-themed film, it has a message that can resonate with all fathers and families - when dads have the courage to step up and be great dads, it makes all the difference in the world to families and communities.

You can buy your tickets in advance online by clicking here.

If you still are not convinced to go see the film, watch the opening scene of Courageous below (click here to see video online)

1 comment:

  1. I have seen Facing the Giants perhaps a dozen times. As a matter of fact it is my "go to" movie when I need a lot of encouragement from my heavenly Father. I hope Courageous fills the gap for millions of dads. I pray that it will be the "go to" movie for the dad who might be struggling with having enough time for their child or maybe having courage to cancel a day of golf to spend it with their child. We all need encouragement, may this movie en-courage fathers.


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