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‘Reconciliation’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation

‘Reconciliation’ ~
CFDb Movie Review
& Recommendation



a ground breaking, provocative story about an estranged father and son struggling to overcome the heartbreak consequences of their past. Grant Taylor has been troubled by intense childhood memories ever since his wife Sara gave him the exciting news… “You are going to be a dad!”

As fatherhood nears, grant privately wrestles with his embarrassment and anger toward his own father. His memories come to a head when Sara receives a call informing them that Grant’s dad, Jeff, is terminally ill and his last wish is to see his son. With Sara’s encouragement, Grant reluctantly goes to see the man he disowned as his 10th birthday party, when he found out his father was gay. At the hospice, father and son confront the past as they come face to face for the first time in 16 years. Will Grant forgive his father for abandoning their family? will Jeff forgive Grant for the hateful words he said years ago? What will it take to reconcile?

This thought-provoking film of heartache and triumph will inspire you to love more deeply, seek forgiveness from people you have hurt, and forgive those who have hurt you.

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One of the most realistic Christian movies we’ve ever seen in regards to dealing with a homosexual in the family situation. This movie was so moving, a real show of Christianity in action and the struggles people face when dealing with any type of sin and the true power of God’s forgiveness.

Like a pretender, we all struggle with one sin or another.  Sometimes we do act like hypocrites or like we are better than someone else just because their sin is more obvious than ours, but God will hold us accountable for our choices, as well as for our judgment of others.

When we do talk to people about sin, it has to be in love and with forgiveness in our hearts, otherwise we cannot be forgiven ourselves.

We highly recommend this film.

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  1. Tom Snyder says
    04 November 15, 6:47pm

    The first command Jesus made in his adult ministry was, “Repent.” (Mark 1:15) It’s also the first command Peter utters during Pentecost in Acts 2 (verse 38). Repentance precedes forgiveness.

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