King's Faith

Be forewarned, King's Faith is not your typical, safe, vanilla Christian movie. It's a raw, gritty, edgy motion picture. As in the real world, bad things do happen in this film. People come from very dangerous, evil situations before their life is redeemed by Christ. And the baggage of their past can still linger.

The opening scene is viewed from the vantage point of the main character, Brendan King. It's shown in blurred vision to lessen the graphic nature. He is looking across the floor at his friend, lying in a pool of blood, dying.

The story then picks up three years later. Brendan has found hope in a relationship with Christ that began while serving time in a juvenile penitentiary. The rest of the movie focuses on the troubles Brendan faces while trying to leave his "gang banger history" in the past.

This movie is not for the faint of heart. It's rated PG-13 for a reason. It's not for young children. However, King's Heart is definitely a faith based movie. Faith Street Films partnered with Hope Lutheran Church in Greece, New York, on this making of this film of redemption.