“Homeless for the Holidays” ~
CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation
Jack Baker (Matt Moore) was a successful marketing director, on the fast-track to the top – until a mix up with a faulty label cost him his job. Unable to find another executive position in a shaky economy, Jack must take a job at a local burger joint in order to make ends meet. Unfortunately, he discovers that his minimum wage job is NOT making ends meet, and that, if something doesn’t change soon, his family could lose everything by Christmas!
You’ll really enjoy this Christian film based on a true story. It’s a bit silly at times but in a good way. It’s a movie that brings out the true meaning of family and Christianity. It’s all about giving…denying self! That’s the key to Christianity and a great life!
Some side issues are addressed as well that is great. This movie really brought out how cheap we are as human beings and by cheap I really mean selfish. It reminded me of something I heard during a sermon years ago about how Christians make offerings of $1.00 for their entire lifetime even though inflation occurs every year. It was after that sermon I increased my regular giving as well. I realized the pastor was right. I’d been giving the same offering for about 10 years. Crazy, but true. I never even thought about it before that day. Now I think about it every year when I’m considering what to give for Church budget.
Our purpose in life is to care for others, to show Jesus’ love to others. Our lives are meaningful when we give it away.
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