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A true Pioneer!

By Kcjoy
Written August 15, 2014
This presentation is not for the faint of heart. It is in your face, bottom line truth of God! I cried, I laughed and I prayed. My daughter died 9 yrs ago from a drunk driver. I came through that experience with the same resolve as this film God is good, he makes no mistakes and he loves me. Kudo's to the UNSTOPPABLE team. Kirk we are praying for you the presentation and your family. Thank you!
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Take your tissues!

By mtvjfour
Written September 26, 2013
I really did enjoy this movie and brought away some new insight from it. I think it was to soon for me and my husband as we just lost our son five months ago but at the end when he is talking in the cemetary I was very comforted. I wish he would have ended the movie back at Liberty.
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Sad to say that I can't recommend this movie

By debrawhite736
Written September 26, 2013
I am a youth leader, Pastor's wife, Bible believing Christian & I am truly saddened that I cannot recommend this movie. It seems that there were competing interests taking place in this movie. Kirk was trying to be upbeat & positive but his message was competing with an "artistic" story telling that was LONG, at times boring, slow as well as very dark & discouraging. How many times did I need to see the brutal killing of Abel & the blood from his head? The creation story was emotionless & then disturbing when Adam's rib was removed. I felt as if the film students wanted to use every film technique they knew & it distracted from Kirk's message, it didn't enhance it. The story telling portion was VERY dark. I would encourage Kirk to join forces with different film makers. He had several good points but they were lost among the darkness of the story telling & the scattered nature of the movie. Scattered & dark are the only words I can use to describe this movie.
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disappointing

By milomix
Written September 25, 2013
The question, why do bad things happen to good, "Christian", people is never answered. Job was an outstanding righteous man, yet God let him lose all of his children, cattle and everything else because Satan went before God and said, if you let me do this or that Job will curse you to your face. God said go ahead but do not take his life. Job never got an answer from God why that happened to him. In the end God blessed Job with much more than he had before. Becoming a Christian is not an immunization shot from life's tragedies. Christ never promised His disciples they would be spared from every illness, that all of their family members would live a long life. He did promise that He would never leave them nor forsake them, but be with them forever. They were given the gift of the Holy Spirit and by the power of Christ in them, the ability to endure all things. The Christian has something the world does not, he has God and Christ regardless of what happens. That makes all the difference
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Disappointing....

By piggyparade
Written July 26, 2014
We love Kirk but this film was such a disappointment. He spent so much time on irrelevant, weird stuff, like his version of Adam & Eve. The gospel was unintelligible to an unsaved person. It was weird, I don't know how else to describe it, weird. My group of friends felt the same way. Opportunity lost... Gospel.... unintelligible. Maybe some people would connect with it, but we thought it was a dismal disappointment. My unsaved friends who went now think Christianity is strange..... Didn't help with the stereotyping of Christians as a little bizarre. Music was great, Warren Barfield, WOW! Loved him.
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