Eternal Salvation

Average rating: 3.8
1 hr 28 min

Investment banker Jonathan Wright had it all: a loving family, money, power and success. But then the unthinkable happened.

Recommended Age: 12+

Very strong Christian worldview and redemptive elements including prayer, references to Jesus Christ, God, heaven, faith, angels, the Holy Spirit, worship, salvation, and resurrection, Scripture is quoted, the gospel message is presented, three people are baptized, men attend a Bible study; very strong depiction of biblical moral values including love, forgiveness, encouragement, thankfulness, repentance, reconciliation, loyalty, truth, peace, wisdom, trust, the value of family is emphasized, especially the father/daughter relationship and the husband/wife relationship; mild language with two profanities; mild violence with a man experiencing a brain aneurysm, a man has a seizure, a man mentions he was once suicidal, a man is said to have been in a fatal car crash; light sexual content with a married couple kissing several times; light nudity with a man briefly shown shirtless in the hospital while medics use a defibrillator; light drinking with businessmen shown giving a toast at a party; no smoking; men make racist comments and jokes, materialism, anger, lying, betrayal.

LanguageLight
NudityLight
SexLight
ViolenceLight

Eternal Salvation

Credits

CastBradley Snedeker, Darren Dupree Washington, Jessica Morris, Michael Klinger

WritingTim Gautier

Directed byReed Simonsen

ProductionTim Gautier


Genres

  • Power of Prayer
  • For Hopeless Romantics
  • About Relationships
  • Character-Building
  • Inspiring
  • Romance