This Is Our Time Review

About the Movie
The movie tells the interwoven stories of Luke (T.J. Dalrymple) and Alé (Erin Bethea), who marry right after school and move to India to serve as missionaries for Embrace A Village, a ministry that cares for those afflicted with leprosy and their families; aspiring financier Catherine (Kate Cobb), who joins a prestigious financial institution determined to make an impact on corporate America; Ryder (Matthew Florida), who lands an impressive job in social media and can’t wait to use the powerful medium for a greater good; and Ethan (Shawn-Caulin Young,) seemingly the odd man out, who struggles to find his God-given-purpose and feels sidelined by God. (information from FlyBy Promotions)

I have been a stay at home mom for the past 9 years now and sometimes, I wonder if I am fulfilling God’s call in my life. Doing household chores, cleaning up, watching over the kids and teaching them daily can seem mundane and routine. But after watching this movie, I am inspired to be reminded that God’s calling is not to do something but to be something. And that is to become more Christ-like.  God wants to work on our character first and the work we do just follows.
The story is focused on the lives of fresh college graduates but everyone can easily relate to the movie. There were some slow moments but the turn of events makes the movie exciting to watch. It is very inspirational, and can cause one to shed a tear or two.
This Is Our Time would be a good movie to watch with the entire family, especially with your young adults.
This Is Our Time is presented by Pure Flix. It is now released on DVD and Blu-Ray . It is available at Family Christian Stores and most Christian online and brick-and-mortar retail stores nationwide.


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