Challies reviews Fireproof

Tim Challies reviewed Fireproof, the new film from the people who made Facing the Giants, and liked it quite a bit. I have my doubts.

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  • Joe Goodson

    Having pre-screened Fireproof last week here in Texas, my wife and I came away very excited at the potential impact of this movie and its powerful message. It is a gem that is worth seeing and spreading the word about! Marriage as God intends it to be is upheld in a very creative and entertaining, as well as deeply moving and convicting way.


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