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Same Faith. Same City. Different Worlds.
|Ethan jenkins and jake sanders are both passionate pastors who worship the same god from the same book - but that's where the similarity ends. They're thrown together in a tough neighborhood and forced to work side by side. Can they're faith help them overcome their prejudices and give a struggling church a chance?|
"...a sincerely performed spiritual drama... Sean Axmaker, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"...you can't help but be moved by this film and it's earnest message. TV Guide
Editor's NoteAcclaimed Christian rock singer Michael W. Smith stars in this uplifting drama about an idealistic associate minister named Ethan, who works at a well-to do Tennessee Ministry run by his father (J. Don Ferguson). The ministry seems to be more interested in opening up new churches in other countries than it is in taking care of its own African-American poor right there in Tennessee, much to the chagrin of Jake (Jeff Obafemi Carr) who runs the struggling inner-city ministry named the Second Chance. He's dealing with helping prostitutes, drug addicts and the homeless, and all the charity donations aren't enough; these people need emotional support to stand on their feet, not hand outs. When Ethan lets him tell off the congregation (on television, no less), the "Rock Star" minister is sent to work with Jake at the Second Chance. Of course the pair are bound to butt heads at first, but the deeply felt humanity they share is just as bound to manifest sooner or later. Director Steven Tyler mixes some good urban grit and hope into the formula and it's refreshing that no one character is free of flaws or all bad--everyone's got problems and the miracle comes from working together and forgiving rather than smiting the evildoers or passing judgement. This will be a must-see for Christian audiences, but anyone with a heart should be able to relate and glean a lot from its message of humility and brotherhood. Smith also did the score, and there are several of his songs featured.
Cast & Crew
|Jeff Obafemi Carr|
|Lisa Arrindell Anderson|
|Michael W. Smith|
|Ben Pearson - Cinematographer|
|Chip Arnold, et. al. - Writer|
|J. Clarke Gallivan, et . al. - Producer|
|Matthew Sterling - Editor|
|Steve Taylor - Director|
|Tai Anderson, et. al. - Original Music By|