This film works on exactly one level, that is Ned Sparks' confusingly entertaining comic relief. The over 99% of this movie is either enforcing a racial hierarchy, poorly written, or an ungodly combination of the two.
"What have I done for God? What am I doing for God? What will I do for God?"
As a Christian I am left to scrape cinematic scraps of the floor when it comes to religious films. This is no ones fault but our own because we have poisoned the independent Christian movie well too many times with entitled Christ-ploitation films that don't need to be good as long as they have their come to Jesus moment. So I'm left…