Movie Review: Fireproof

Fireproof is a few years old, but it is still a very moving story about a firefighter (Kirk Cameron) and his strained-to-the-breaking-point relationship with his wife.  They are angry with each other, hurt over perceived wrongs done by and selfishness of the other, and very seriously considering separating and divorcing.  Then the firefighter has a literal come-to-Jesus moment and begins living and serving his bride to win her back.  It is an inspiring example for all husbands and gives hope that no marriage is too far gone to save when viewed through the forgiveness and love of Jesus Christ.

The church that produced Fireproof, Sherwood Baptist in Georgia, has produced other excellent and inspirational films (including Courageous, which I recently reviewed), and has bible studies and other motivational texts to accompany the film.

Buy it on DVD, rent it, stream it on Netflix.  It’s well worth it.

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