Watch THE CASE FOR CHRIST Trailer HERE
It opened top 10 at the box office last weekend with an " A+ cinema score".
As you all know, my Christian faith leads me to every choice I make, but this wasn’t always so. I was not raised in a faith-based home. While my father taught us never to take the Lords name in vain (and I never heard him do so) and oft’ backed up his viewpoints with the words, “that’s what the Good Book says,” we never attended church as a family, read the bible, or studied the teachings of Christ.
I came to know the Lord as my Savior in my late 20’s while looking for purpose and direction after some devastating losses; I’ll happily share my testimony with anyone I can get an audience with. Many are receptive, but many are decidedly not, and at the time of my acceptance of Him into my heart, several very close to me even seemed personally offended. I can therefore understand Lee Strobel’s consternation when his wife, Leslie, became a believer in Christ.
Lee, whose journalistic acumen had just earned him a promotion to legal editor at the Chicago Tribune, set out to disprove the claims of Christianity, thinking doing so would stabilize his faltering marriage. His research led him down a path he would have never expected it to…
THE CASE FOR CHRIST, is based on Strobel’s award-winning bestselling book. It stars Mike Vogel, Erika Christensen, the inimitable Faye Dunaway, and Robert Forester. Opening in theaters on April 7, it's perfect for Easter-season and anyone who has ever wondered if there is a God, and if so, how giving themselves over to His will would change their lives.
Make a date with your family, friends, church, or BINGO buddies, THE CASE FOR CHRIST is perfect for the Easter-season and anyone who has ever wondered if there is a God, and if so, how giving themselves over to His will would change their lives.