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‘Seven Deadly Words’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation

‘Seven Deadly Words’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation

 

Seven Deadly Words

With Egypt Valley Church out of funds and out of touch with the community, pastor Evan Bennett sets out to change things for the better. But there’s a problem… One family doesn’t like change, and is willing to do ANYTHING to stop him.

How far will they go to preserve the Status quo?

 

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What a PLEASANT surprise. Roger and I REALLY enjoyed this film. This is inspired by actual events and that is surprising in itself, but then we realized a lot of churches are this way to some extent.

Here are some highlights from the film that blessed me:

  • The Jordan vs. Dead Sea comparison – WOW – that was some speech.  It made so much sense as to why churches become dead churches or rather professed Christians forget what their purpose is…to bear fruit!
  • The pastor in this film was wonderful, loved the way he interacted with the people outside of the church.  It was a great example of Christianity in action.
  • Another favorite was the quote that comes from the Bible found in Psalm 127:1 – Except the LORD build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the LORD keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain.  (I’ve always thought of this verse about our physical homes but after watching this film, it really applied to the church perfectly!)

There are some surprises in this film, especially because it is inspired by actual events.  (If you loved Travis from 7th Street Theater, you’ll love him again in Seven Deadly Words!

 

Churches Making Movies Film Festival

Don’t Miss The ‘Seven Deadly Words’ Red Carpet event Premiere
at the Churches Making Movies Christian Film Festival on October 11th, 2013 in Rahway, NJ.


Annelie’s Christian Film World Blog

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  1. 26 August 13, 8:06pm

    We are excited to learn about this Festival and all the films that will be featured, great program.

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