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The Grace Card

When it played in theaters, THE GRACE CARD touched hearts and impacted lives of moviegoers as they witnessed the power of forgiveness.

By purchasing a Movie License, your church not only can host a showing of the film now, you will also be able to show it as many times in public as you'd like over the course of a year.

Are you ready to begin a grace awakening in your church ... and your community? Then get ready to host a movie event in your church featuring THE GRACE CARD.

$99.00: Standard Church Movie Event Kit

Includes DVD & Site License

For International Movie Licenses Click Here »


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Downloads

Church Movie Poster

Download and print this movie poster to help promote your Church Event. Poster is 18"x24" and contains a space to enter the time/place for your event.

Poster
Download the 18x24 Church Poster »

Suggested Use

The Grace Card movie is a perfect dialogue starter for church members and visitors. Its dramatic story of grace, racial reconciliation, forgiveness and family healing will resonate with men's and women's groups, family ministries, parents and teens. The Grace Card movie makes an excellent inreach and outreach tool for any group. Those willing to partner with a congregation of a different ethnicity will find The Grace Card movie to be a powerful resource that opens dialogue and leads to racial healing--all while placing the gospel of Christ front and center.


What Church Leaders Are Saying

"THE GRACE CARD movie is a powerful portrayal of how one life transformed by God's grace can substantially impact an entire community. " - Dr. Tony Evans, Senior Pastor, Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship

"THE GRACE CARD movie sends a clear message concerning the need for reconciliation both in the church and in the community at large." - Dr. Phillip G. Goudeaux, Sr. Pastor, Calvary Christian Center Sacramento

"I believe that God has orchestrated the release of THE GRACE CARD movie for such a time as this to bring a word of reconciliation and healing to a divided and hurting world." - Pastor Daniel Simmons, Mount Zion Church, Albany, Georgia


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