Do You Believe?

Do You Believe?

DVD - 2015
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A dozen souls, all moving in different directions, all longing for something more. As their lives unexpectedly intersect, they each are about to discover there is power in the Cross of Christ, even if they don't yet believe it. From the creators of God's Not Dead comes this stirring new film.
Publisher: Scotsdale, AZ :, Pure Flix,, [2015]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approximately 119 minutes) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
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toberhanno
Dec 01, 2017

What I don’t believe is that proselytization for a particular religion by a public library is appropriate, especially when supported by public funds. Is the constitutional separation between Church and State no longer the law of the land?

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hammer59
Nov 30, 2017

Very well written and produced. Good to see the better known actors (Lee Majors, Cybil Sheppard, Mira Savino) and the mega-NFL superstar Brian Bosworth showing up in a film glorifying the power and glory of the source of their worldly success....Jehovah GOD. Give this one a look!

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Olivy
Sep 26, 2017

I enjoyed the wonderful performances by Mira Sorvino, Lee Majors and Brian Bosworth in this high quality drama about what we believe and how we live our own truths. I watched with my 12 year old daughter and she thoroughly enjoyed it s well. Get ready for an emotional couple of hours!

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1KLIP1
Aug 14, 2017

Great and powerful! Atheist, Christian, Muslim, Hindu or whatever you are - you will come to the conclusion that sometimes our actions are bound to be blind and without intention but sometimes the effect or outcome of it was positive for others who could learn from it and it change their life.

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BrittanyK_1
Jun 11, 2017

Such an awesome movie with a powerful storyline! Yes I believe in the cross of Christ! I believe this film will stir your faith whether you are a believer or not. It's heart warming, it will make you laugh, smile, and cry. Believe today in Jesus Christ John 3:16.

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actress18
Mar 29, 2017

Such a powerful film about the cross and it's something I think the whole family will enjoy. : )

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Janice21383
Dec 12, 2016

Christian "Crash"; and about as hot as that sounds. Anyone saying this is not as sentimental, proselytizing, or cluelessly bigoted as those OTHER religious films is a lying liar. You could fill out your Christian movie bingo card with the first half hour alone. Character becomes religious after one night of reading the Bible? Check. Fatal illness that isn't fatal? Check. Cute children who have somehow never heard of Jesus? Check. Persecution complex (in this case, an EMT who is told he can't force his religion on the people he rescues)? Check. Douche bag atheists? Check. Black people without actual adult names (Pretty Boy and...wait for it...Kriminal)? Check. If your whole family enjoys this, get another family.

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gingercat108
Dec 11, 2016

I was hesitant in that it might be very evangelistic. Obviously it is a Christian values story. I was very surprised as the stories were interesting, the characters were believable. It was actually a nice 'slice of real life', about faith and belief in a higher power. Would we watch it again? Yes, it was uplifting, so I rated it on that.

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praddy
Sep 14, 2016

Great movie !

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ShirleyStoddard
Jul 29, 2016

LOVED THIS MOVIE...WE NEED MORE CHRISTIAN BASED MOVIES AND LESS OF THE DEMONIC MOVIES.

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Jan 11, 2016

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