Alright Bible Challenge Readers. I’m beginning the day with another apology- I am so sorry! Worst leader ever. The last two days I have labeled the day incorrectly- I’ve been travelling and not on my usual routine at all. So I goofed up yesterday and the day before, we are actually on day 122, not 132 today. I’ll repair the last two days of graphics a bit later today when I can catch up and I hope you understand the craziness. On a much better note:
Today I’m privileged to bring to you a review and giveaway for another wonderful movie by Provident Films, Ring the Bell. From Facing the Giants to Courageous, I’ve watched almost all the Provident Film productions and what a joy it has been to see the growth and development of this ministry. This particular movie intrigued me because Steven Curtis Chapman, Casting Crowns, and Matthew West are all part of the drama team. It was fun to watch their musical talents transferred to a different outlet.
The story line of Ring the Bell pulls you in from the beginning with the fast-paced agent, Rob Decker, on a mission to sign the latest high school baseball phenomena. But the small town he visits in order to make the deal holds something higher than the almighty dollar- following through with God’s plan for your life is lived out through the people. And Rob is suddenly aware that his lifestyle doesn’t make him happy. He discovers his deep need to “ring the bell.”
I don’t want to give any more of the story away, but I have to tell you that while Matt and I watched this for date night, this movie is one that I’m excited to share with the kids. The back story of how the film was produced is one you don’t want to miss and the performance of Casting Crowns is stellar. This movie is not an action-packed, special effects kind of film like Courageous, but I believe that my children can still connect easily due to the baseball theme and the variety of characters. I personally enjoyed it very much.
I give Ring the Bell a 4.5 out of 5 stars. 😉
I’d love to give away one copy of this DVD so your family can enjoy a movie night or you can have a date night with your hubby. So be sure to enter the Rafflecopter and I’ll see you tomorrow.
Oh, and if you’d like to order because you’re impatient like I am at times,AND it’s only $12.99, then here’s your link: Ring the Bell
Have a thriving Thursday!
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