Fireproof (THE MOVIE)


Fireproof (THE MOVIE)

Fireproof (film)

Fireproof (film) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Kirk Cameron stars as Caleb Holt, a dedicated firefighter whose marriage has taken a severe turn for the worse and is about to end in divorce. But just when hope seems to be running out, his Christian father intervenes in this inspirational drama.

FIREPROOF is the third feature film from Sherwood Pictures the creators of FACING THE GIANTS and FLYWHEEL.

Kirk Cameron is a Christian.  From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kirk Cameron
Cameron at CPAC in February 2012.
Born Kirk Thomas Cameron
October 12, 1970 (age 41)
Panorama CityCalifornia,United States
Occupation Actor, evangelist, TV show host
Years active 1979–present
Spouse Chelsea Noble (1991–present)
Website
kirkcameron.com

 

Kirk Thomas Cameron (born October 12, 1970) is an American actor best known for his role as Mike Seaver on the television situation comedy Growing Pains (1985–1992), as well as several other television and film appearances as a child. In the 1980s and 1990s, Cameron appeared in dozens of television shows and in the films Like Father Like Son and Listen to Me.

Recently, he portrayed Cameron “Buck” Williams in the Left Behind film series and Caleb Holt in the 2008 drama film, Fireproof. Cameron is also an active Christian evangelist, currently partnering with Ray Comfort in the evangelical ministry The Way of the Master, and has co-founded The Firefly Foundation with his wife, actress Chelsea Noble.

I am a huge Christian and have studied the bible and Kirk Cameron.  I admire how he has stepped out as an actor in order to share the glory of God.

I knew that Kirk was a Christian and loved how he played his character!  He knows both sides of the fence of not being a Christian to accepting Christ as his personal savior.  I have also been on both sides of the fence.

Kirk Cameron

Kirk Cameron (Photo credit: Alan Light)

Kirk plays the role of a firefighter and the main message is “Never leave your partner.” Wow, what a great way to save a marriage!  For 7 years Kirk uses words and actions in his marriage to make it where his wife finally wants to get a divorce.  Then Kirk has a talk with his parents about it and the dad says wait 40 days.  His dad sent in the mail a journal that he is to follow each day.   In this journal is how to serve his wife and each day has something new to do.  So Kirk is hesitant in doing these things but does them anyhow.  In the end, he becomes a Christian and saves his own marriage.  Wow, I think if all men read this book, see the movie and actually follow through on this they will transform their own marriages!  Amen to that.

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Photo taken at the 41st Emmy Awards 9/17/89

Photo taken at the 41st Emmy Awards 9/17/89 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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2 Responses to Fireproof (THE MOVIE)

  1. nelle says:

    The Christian group at the camp would often come in the education room to watch films. When this one played, the early scenes where he and his wife argue chased me out of the room. I have PTSD, and such intense arguing overwhelms me. I had to get out of there, and returned when things calmed down. It wasn’t a reflection on the content, just on the particular scene.

  2. veehcirra says:

    I love this Movie…cried so much the first time I watched it. It’s wise not to give up and to trust that everything will work out…the small things we do have such a great impact in our lives…this is a good movie for anyone at crossroads in life.

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