Presented by: Provident Films
Rating - PG - For "Mild Thematic Elements."
Running Time - 96 minutes
This wholesome, family-friendly movie is about a wealthy executive from the city, who heads to a small town. He flashes his money, trying to sign a star, high school, ball player to his sports agency. He is met with integrity, kindness, and a steadfast resistance to his way of life.
He spends some time at a boy's ranch, which is an orphanage and is run by two amazing young people. Viewers are taken along with him to experience what life is like for those who are devoted to the Lord and His ways.
A few brief meetings with the town's pastor (played by Steven Curtis Chapman), is a blessing to watch.
We are also treated to an excellent town concert with the real Casting Crowns, who share an inspiring message.
The meaning of "ringing the bell," is absolutely precious!
Overall, this is an amazing movie and a surprising delight. It is something to watch more than once, and share with others.
How would you like a chance to win a copy of "Ring the Bell" on DVD?
To enter, all you have to do is leave me a comment, telling me if you have a favorite song of Casting Crowns.
This contest is closed. The winner is - Nancy!
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