‘Mission Improbable’ ~
CFDb Movie Review
Matthew was born with a silver spoon in his mouth that allows him to obtain his degree in theology from Harvard and land a sweet and lucrative pastoral gig that gives him freedom to recreate to his heart’s content. His new $74,000 Cadillac, which he dubs “White Lightning” is the pride of his considerable possessions. Matthew is also proud of his very upscale church in Tennessee.
When God sends him a dream in the night, he has to reconsider his priorities in life. The nocturnal vision leads him to a local faith based drug/alcohol rehab center operated by Mission Teens. While Matthew is trying to determine a road map for his life, two substance abusers in the Heartland are trying to avoid being sent to an obscure community in Tennessee for rehabilitation. Circumstances put both Shane and Susan on the same bus, headed to Davy Crockett country and a rendezvous with a proud young pastor, Cupid, and the Holy Spirit.
A great film that shows tough love and the difference between a genuine and a fake Christian.
This movie was intriguing from the beginning and I loved to see the way it all came together in the end with some nice twists.
It reminded me that things change when we have true purpose and Jesus is the One that gives us that true purpose.
The devil is always trying to get us to make the wrong choice, to take the wrong turn, but God is there always trying to show us the better path, His path.
Loved the confession moment and the change that takes place towards the middle of the film. You’ll have to watch to find out.
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