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Catching Faith

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Catching Faith

Film Description:

Catching Faith – From the outside, Alexa has the perfect life. Her son is the high school football star, daughter a straight A student and her husband is CFO of a booming start-up company. The sudden death of her father, however, causes Alexa to realize there is more to life than appearances.

Her perfectly crafted social image is disrupted when she embarks on a journey of self-discovery. Learning to embrace truth, Alexa rediscovers her faith and what it means to be family.

Release Date: (DVD) August 4, 2015

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Topic: Sports

Also Known as “The Elijah Project

Film Cast

  • Lorena Segura York … Alexa Taylor
  • Garrett Westton … Beau Taylor
  • Bill Engvall … Coach Z
  • Alexandra Boylan … Jezi Adams
  • Lizz Carter … Jael
  • Dariush Moslemi … John Taylor
  • Erin Ross … Jessica
  • Lauren Myers … Kelly
  • Mason Sheehy … Jason
  • Michael Cook … Moderator
  • Joe Mai … Extra
  • Elliot Smith … Extra
  • Maxwell Hawksford … Nathan Adams
  • Nathan Stockwell … Prof. Rowe
  • Bethany Peterson … Ravyn Taylor
  • Kathie Butler … Grandma Loretta
  • Andrew Maiorano … Championship Game Announcer
  • Brian P. Joyce … Grandpa Walt
  • Rebecca Kaye … Ellie
  • Linda Wagner … Extra
  • Pam Diekmann … Extra
  • Carl K. Smiskey … Peter Adams
  • Wilson Dassah … Extra
  • Darin Hoel … Extra
  • Ron Barribeau … Mark
  • Stephanie James … Sarah
  • Dyzzi Baker … Jewerly Store Clerk

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Catching Faith, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating

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  1. Johnny says
    17 September 15, 9:28pm

    We really liked the movie and the message it portrayed. We are loving, that more faith based movies, are being made. However, the background music was louder, than the actors voices. We really struggled, to understand what was being said over the music. This comment is not meant to criticize the movie. Only a constructive point, about the sound, so that people can enjoy and hear the great message you have portrayed.
    Thanks for your hard work, in this movie. We do appreciate it.
    We pray, that God blesses, all your endeavors.

  2. Maggie says
    27 September 15, 6:26pm

    We really appreciated the content and storyline… Uplifting and thought provoking. But the background music over the dialogue was too much. I have noticed this on other works also so I decided to look up the movie and comment on it. Thank you for the opportunity to do so.

    Thank you for the movie!

  3. Carrie says
    30 April 16, 1:40pm

    I really enjoyed this movie, and I really hate to criticize, as it highlighted many essential Christian principles, but I’m going to be honest: Although there were no explicit sex scenes in the movies, I felt that that the females were over-sexualized in their apparel. That is the nicest way I know to say it. My opinion is based on the fact that females have been the object of desire for far too long, and I feel that women should embrace the idea that more is less: more clothes = less temptation for others and self. I do not belong to an organization that promotes exclusive dress– jeans are my best friend– but I do feel that too much cleavage, and skirts that show the world everything God gave us when we bend over are elements of our attire that we do not have to employ at all times.

    I feel like this sort of devaluation can hinder the testimony of women and the Church as a whole. Women are precious, and God never meant for them to be exploited sexually… especially in the film industry. As Christians, we are to be set apart, consecrated, and radical in comparison to the rest of the world, but this movie exemplified the ways in which the church is integrating with the world on a level by which we soon will not be able to recognize one another, let alone ourselves.

    This is my opinion, and I hope it is received well. It comes from a place of love, and I hope that Christian production companies will employ this kind of thought process when making movies that represent the testimony of all Christians, everywhere. I’m praying that women everywhere will recognize that their beauty does not lie in the length of their legs or the size of their busts, but in the inward parts of the soul where God breathed the foundations of pure love into their existence.

    Thanks for listening.

  4. Annelie says
    01 May 16, 6:25am

    Thank you Carrie – that was beautifully said.

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