Sunday, July 5, 2015

DVD Review: Catching Faith

The Taylors look like a perfect family. John is a successful business man. Alexa is a beautiful, stylish mom who seems to have everything under control. Their son, Beau, is the star of the high school's football team while their daughter, Ravyn, is an academically exceptional student. But the picture-perfect family starts to unravel when Beau is caught drinking alcohol which is against the football team's code of conduct. In the meantime, Ravyn feels pressured to succeed and tempted to cheat. Alexa has to deal with her children's problems, her moved-in mom's constant criticism & controlling behavior, and her own issue of needing to maintain control and image. 

I thoroughly enjoyed watching Catching Faith. It's raw and real. It made me cry. Life is messy. Parenting is hard. But God is enough! This film is inspired by the Elijah Project workbook. Honesty. Dishonesty. Integrity. Identity. Peer pressure (even for adults). Courage. Relationships. Outstanding performances! Great lessons! Fantastic music! I highly recommend this family, faith-filled DVD!

~I received a free copy of this DVD via Edify Media, Inc. in exchange for my honest review. All opinions 
are my own.

1 comment:

  1. This is my unbiased review the movie, Catch Faith. Plus, I share the trailer too.