AN INCREDIBLE JOURNEY FROM MONSTER TO HERO
FORGIVING A GOOD MAN
Haunted by the horrific memory of an abusive father, brothers must face the past of their father before it destroys them.
Forgiving a Good Man is a story of suffering and abuse that does not alienate our audience but draws them in with candid, heartfelt, and even comedic moments of tenderness and truth. Through character journeys, our audience will discover that no one is beyond forgiveness—or choosing to forgive. The viewer will connect with the brothers of something bad happening in their life yet have a choice to make like each of the four brothers: anger, going crazy, taking their own life, or forgive and be free. Our vision is to raise the quality often associated with Christian films that historically relied on their built-in audience.
From 16 to however Mark is to however Mark’s dad was, God’s grace is available. No one moves outside or sins their way outside the circle of His unconditional love and grace.
Paster Andy Stanley of North Point Community Church
I loved hearing Elizabeth Smart and others speak, but the most powerful moment was when Mark told his story. I was so inspired to think that God’s sacrifice for our sins and our ability to love and forgive is a gift to us - not to the abuser.
Attendee to 70x7 Why Forgive Event