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Stand Strong

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Rating: 5.0/5 (2 votes cast)

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Enjoyable family film that shows a real need for God in every area of our lives, especially our finances. This film brings out strong contrasts between a family that lives for God and a family that needs God.  Check out the CFDb Movie Review.

Film Synopsis:

Stand Strong – If you lose it all, will you stand or fall?

Matt Webster measures his success by his possessions. Though he appears to have it all, pride of ownership does little to fill the void of a purposeless life. Broken relationships, isolation and pain for himself and his family, are the result of his pride and selfishness.

Through a series of financial and family crises, Matt and his family are stripped of all they own and are humbled enough to learn what success is really all about.

ACTOR ~~~~~~~~~~ CHARACTER ACTOR ~~~~~~~~~~ CHARACTER
  • Bryce Bishop … Andrew Turner
  • Nathan Dobbin … Cameron Webster
  • Ricky Egan … Rick Evans
  • Alex Gilson … Jacob Webster
  • Stephanie Goodman … Ashley Williams
  • Aura Kenney … Megan Webster
  • Jon McKenzie … Josh Webster
  • Bryan Moss … Brad Williams
  • John Muench … CEO
  • Zach Platt … Brendan Webster
  • Barbara Resendes … Barbara Meyers
  • Charlotte Sheffield … Mary Webster
  • Devynee Smith … Sarah Webster
  • Shelby D. Smith … Rachel Webster
  • Chris Steele … Matt Webster
  • Alison Trouse … Tara Webster
  • Stacey Ann Turner … Lori Turner
  • Dave Young … Randy Meyers
FILM CONTACT DETAILS
Company: Illumin8ed Productions
Contact Person: Shawn Kenney
Phone: (801) 381-3352
Fax:
Email:
Stand Strong, 5.0 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

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  1. TAN says
    29 December 12, 8:46pm

    I was disturbed when I bought “Stand Strong”, a movie highly recommended by The Dove Foundation and the Christian bookstores that turned out to be a Mormon film. I did some research on Google and the production company. Definitely LDS. I also watched the “Behind the Scenes” looking for keywords to confirm my suspicion and on 2-3 occasions they said something like they are making films that would be good for different “faiths”.

  2. Annelie says
    30 December 12, 8:42am

    Although this was made by a Mormon Company, this is not a Mormon film. It’s a regular Christian film with a great message.

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