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Monday, September 29, 2008


My husband and I went to go see Fireproof in the theater this weekend and I thought that it was excellent. I enjoyed it very much and recommend that couples see it no matter if you have a great marriage or a so so marriage; it celebrates a covenant marriage and unconditional love in a way I've never seen before in a movie. Kirk Cameron does an awesome job in it, I think that it really makes a difference that he is a christian himself. The movie makes you think about how you communicate with your spouse through your speaking and actions. I am going to take
The Love Dare challenge, as featured in the new movie Fireproof, is a 40-day challenge for husbands and wives to understand and practice unconditional love. Whether your marriage is hanging by a thread or healthy and strong, I have decided to do the challenge make my marriage stronger then it is now and grow closer to God and Carter, I feel that we can communicate alittle better then we do now. The movie made me laugh at some parts and cry in others.




Hope2morrow said...

Ooh, I saw a trailer on this movie and want to go see it. I'm trying to figure out how I can drag Babe to go see it with me. Did Carter like it? Did you have a hard time getting him to go see it?

The Baker's said...

Carter thought it was okay. He said that it was after school special since it was done by a church and no special effects like most of the movies have. I did not have trouble getting him to see it.
Over all he thought it was good.

Patrick Roberts said...

I just got back from watching Fireproof... it was great to see such a different-flavored movie on the regular, big screen