Written December 17, 2014
Last night, we went to see the “Unstoppable” movie. I thought it was going to be a “movie” about why bad things happen to good people. Instead it was a sermon by Kirk. The first five minutes I was crying because he was sharing the story about losing a dear friend to cancer. Than it went into a sermon and he lost me in the middle. He ended with trusting God. I won't be buying the DVD. Just my thoughts.
Written September 26, 2013
I enjoyed the movie. I think it had a few disconnected spots but good information. It was a good show of God's Character and it was a help to explain that God is Good!
Written December 19, 2014
I was profoundly affected by what I saw last night. The film was very well done from the beginning to the end, and I can't imagine that anyone that saw it wouldn't be affected.
My friend and I went together and we both were very touched by this film and while talking about it after, we discovered it met us in two very different places and in two very different ways. I also believe that is because we had prayed together before we attended that God would prepare our hearts and minds to receive from Him whatever it is He wanted us to hear.
I am looking forward to a new life with a new, fresh set of eyes.... Thank you for this amazing film and the dedication to winning souls for Christ!
Written October 31, 2014
REALLY enjoyed this movie! Truly Intriguing, thought provoking, sad, happy, informative, moving, and God centered. This was something we believe in and are very glad we had the opportunity to experience. Very well put together and executed. This young man is truly on the RIGHT path and is a God send. Blessings to Kirk, his family and all the persons involved in making and performing this GREAT service!
Written October 25, 2014
The concept was good but organization of theme was missing. Good questions were asked but left unanswered. The flow was not there. One idea did not lead to the next. Organization and sequencing were off. The audience has to know what the main objective is and then everything else has to support that.