Family Christian – Family Values and Valentine’s Day

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this movie is one of those movies that you can just sit down, and watch for a quick pick me up, if you look at the content, instead of being a

critic of the way the movie was made etc.

CAMFAM made a full disclosure at the beginning of the movie stating


“Our family is always on the lookout for an exciting new movie to watch together on ‘movie night.’ We look for something fun and inspiring, something that builds our faith in God and our strength as a family. But instead of waiting for a great new movie, we made one! Mercy Rule is one the most exciting movies we have ever been a part of and we are so excited to share it with you.” – Kirk and Chelsea Cameron


The movie tells the

1. Moral and ethical struggles of a family and business.  

2. A young boy’s moral and ethical struggle of his place on his baseball team.

3.   A marriage and the moral and ethical struggle that is found daily in a marriage where partners struggle every single day to fight off Satan’s toehold.

That being said, I LOVED the character of Pops even though he was not visible, he was a very important character of the movie. I have taken some of the things he said and

actually journaled them! Pretty awesome insight.

“Winning is not as important as fighting on the right side.” – Pops

“You got a problem with someone? Doesn’t matter who they are, you man up and go eye to eye.” Pops

My favorite quote from the movie, while not from Pops, is this

“You should always want the best guy out there, even if it isn’t you.” – Coach

isn’t that so true.  To do anything well, you MUST be a team player. 

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I was very pleased with the aspect of this movie based on Kirk’s disclaimer right at the beginning, that this was something his family did, because they couldn’t find

something to watch as a family.

While I agree, that it is a basically clean movie, the references to smoking and alcohol would be something I would have to explain to the littles of our crew. The older crew

would get it, and understand that talking about it and doing it are two totally different things,

This movie was not a movie to bring people to Jesus, it was a movie made for a clean activity for a family and this fits that guideline except for the two things I mentioned.

The story line presents a family in need of re-evaluating their own morals and ethics after Satan has attacked them in different ways. Their ways of handling things are so structured, almost exactly alike, it would have been neat to seen two different points of view, but that may have been confusing in a 90 minute movie also.

The DVD also includes a small question and answer booklet and that was great seeing the “behind the thoughts of the making of the movie”

So for me and my family, based on the fact that it was made for a “clean entertainment” I was pleased with this movie and will show it to the older crew of my bunch. Thank

you again for your faithfulness to family


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