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Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Lifemark Movie Is About Celebrating The Gift Of Life

 From executive producers Kirk Cameron and the Kendrick Brothers—creators of War Room and Fireproof—comes LIFEMARK, inspired by an incredible true story that celebrates the gift of life.


Many thanks to WTA Media for providing a sample of the product for this review. Opinions are 100% my own. 

When I hear that Kirk Cameron and the Kendrick Brothers have made another movie, I get excited. I have enjoyed watching their movies and they always inspire me. Their newest movie LIFEMARK did not disappoint me. It was a movie that I loved watching and I loved that it was based on a true story about choosing life and adoption. 

 Choosing the gift of life is a beautiful thing. It may not always be the easiest decision to make when you discover that you are pregnant with an unplanned pregnancy. Choosing to give life to a baby to only say goodbye to the baby, as you give the baby to someone else to raise is a hard thing to do. Choosing to endure 9 months of putting your life on hold to bless someone else with a baby is what adoption is all about.

I am Pro-Life

 I look at my own life and I am thankful that my mom chose to give me life. I was her last baby of 5 children and I know that her life was not the best when she had me. She was married to an abusive alcoholic husband who was never home. So she was raising 5 kids under the age of 8 by herself. I can only imagine how she felt when she found out she was pregnant again after just having a baby 10 months ago.

  I remember how I felt 15 years ago when I discovered I was pregnant with baby #5 and baby #4 was only 8 months old. I felt overwhelmed and scared! How was I going to take care of 2 babies so close in age? My older kids were all spaced 4-5 years apart. At the time, I thought that it was going to be impossible to take care of another baby. While I never had thoughts of ending this pregnancy, I just wished that I was not pregnant at this time in my life. Dealing with morning sickness and being tired while taking care of another baby was not easy. I was thankful that I had a husband who loved me and the baby that was growing inside of me. When I heard my baby's heartbeat for the first time, I was overjoyed that God chose to bless me with a baby. The first 6 months after baby #5 was born were tough, it was like I had twins, but now I look at my youngest boys as a double blessing from God.

LIFEMARK is a story of hope, of overcoming the obstacles life throws at us, reveling in the art of faith, grace, and perseverance. 

Go see LIFEMARK in theaters starting September 9th!

 LIFEMARK is based on a true story of a scared high school girl discovering that she is pregnant and realizing that she is not ready to be a mom. This movie shows how an unplanned pregnancy can be a blessing to someone else. This young girl and her boyfriend make the tough decision to not end their baby's life knowing that someone else will be raising their baby. 

Can one decision, one choice, impact so much more than one life? That's the heartbeat of LIFEMARK, the new movie from the Kendrick Brothers and Kirk Cameron.


Synopsis:

 David’s comfortable world is turned upside down when his birthmother unexpectedly reaches out to him, longing to meet the 18-year-old son she’s only held once. With the encouragement of his adoptive parents, David embarks on a journey of discovery that leads to a staggering truth from his past.

This encouraging and inspirational film is based on a true story! Watch the Lifemark movie trailer here ~ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZI9ziz8Azw


Alex Kendrick says, "We believe life is precious." Come celebrate Lifemark, in theaters Sept. 9-15. Buy your tickets TODAY to see LIFEMARK in theaters starting 9/9!


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 I am giving away a $10Amazon gift card to one lucky Mom Knows Best reader. The giveaway is limited to US winners only. The giveaway starts on September 7th, 2022, and ends on September 17th, 2022. To enter the giveaway ~ enter on the giveaway form below.




40 comments:

  1. This sounds like an amazing movie. I may have to see it.

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  2. Yes, I do. I have seen it happen so many times.

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  3. Yes, your decisions always have consequences.

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  4. I avoid anything from Kirk Cameron since he's a kook. But I've always been pro choice and he's just...way out there.

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  5. Yes- I do believe that our choices and decisions affect other people. Sometimes it's like a ripple effect or a chain of events.

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  6. Good luck to the winner of this card, and maybe use it to get the movie.

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  7. Yes, one decision, one choice, can impact so much more than one life in so many ways... This sounds like an interesting film.

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  8. This sounds like a great movie. I would love to watch it. I hope to see it in a theater near me.

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  9. One decision can definitely impact many lives.

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  10. sure your choices effect all around you

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  11. I too am pro-life! I need to see this movie. It sounds so good!

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  12. I absolutely agree! One decision can affect so many lives it’s like a chain reaction. I would love to watch this movie!

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  13. Yes! Every decision we make effects multiple people, sometimes many people.

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  14. I feel that everything revolves around a decision. One choice can make a big impact on life and everything around you and about you. So yes, a decision is more powerful.

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  15. This looks like it would be a sweet and wholesome movie to stay in and watch.

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  16. Yes, I do believe in the ripple effect of one choice, decision. I'd love to watch this movie!

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  17. Love this! I am adoptive mother myself and society moving in a direction of acceptance and pro-life views is HUGE!

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  18. Yes it absolutely can and does.

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  19. This sounds like a great movie. I'll have to watch it once it comes out on redbox.

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  20. I think decisions are like dominos and they have a cascade effect

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  21. In the case of this movie I believe it can change things.

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  22. Yrs I do you can see it all around if you look .

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  23. Decisions and choices have to be considered heavily, since it can bring a bigger impact than intended. Thanks for sharing!

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  24. Depends on the situation.

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  25. Yes, choices and decisions one makes affect more people than just the person make the choice or decision.

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  26. Yes all of our choices are important, and different courses can happen with different decisions, even small!

    Thank you for the chance to win :)

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  27. Sounds like an interesting premise for a movie. I hadn't heard about this one.

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  28. If people have support, I think more would choose to support life. Scared people sometimes don't know what to do.

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  29. I worked at an Alterative School for 5 years, I can 100% agree with that

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  30. yES, IT CAN. oNE DECISION CAN IMPACT THE REST OF YOU LIVES AND OTHERS.

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  31. I definitely believe that one decision, one choice, impacts so much more than one life. That's why it's so important to consciously think about the effect your choices will have on others as well as yourself.

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  32. Yes, I think that one decision, one choice, could impact more than one life.

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  33. One decision we make definitely impacts others!

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