Ring the Bell movie Review and Giveaway

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Ring the Bell

Ring The Bell is about big city sports agent Rob Decker who enjoys his fast-paced life and luxuries. When he tries to go sign a high school baseball superstar, he becomes stranded in a small town where life is quite different from his own. It’s a small town where they love to enjoy the moments and appreciate their blessings. It challenges Rob to reconsider his own life as he learns more about the broken life the superstar he was pursuing emerged from and how God blessed him with a second chance. He finds inspiration in the stories of not only his life, but many of the lives of those at the boys’ home including the brother and sister that run the boys’ home and learns the meaning behind the excitement when someone rings the bell. God works through the boys and Daisy to challenge Rob to step out of his comfort zone and really step back and look at the big picture.

Ring The Bell also has a few of my favorite Christian music artists, such as Mark Hall (along with his band Casting Crowns), Steven Curtis Chapman, and Matthew West! That was really neat for me. Several former and current Major League Baseball all-stars are also featured in the film: ESPN analysts John Kruk and Rick Sutcliffe (a former Cy Young Award winner), along with Ben Zobrist. Ring the Bell was produced by Mark Miller, Beach Street Records’ founder and Casting Crowns’ producer. Miller, who is also the lead singer and founder of country music group Sawyer Brown, co-wrote the script with Thomas Weber and Weber directed the production.

The bonus of having a few of my favorite Christian music artists was definitely great, but the movie itself was so touching. I think it’s very relevant in today’s world where it’s so easy to get caught up in luxuries and the “riches of this world,” that people forget to step back and look at the bigger picture. I think this movie not only challenges the main character to do so, but all of us as well. I was moved at the ministering of Mark Hall from Casting Crowns at their concert in the movie (and teared up as our 7 year old was raising his hands in worship as they sang!). I think no matter where you are in your walk of faith there is something touching and relevant you can take from this movie. I really found that it is a great family-friendly movie that the kids enjoyed watching with us. When you have younger kids this can be hard to find!

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  1. I think I would enjoy the fact that this is a family friendly movie that the whole family could enjoy together.

  2. I can’t wait to see this movie! I LOVE baseball (go Giants!), I LOVE the music, and I LOVE God!

  3. Lesley F says

    I like that it is a movie that my whole family can watch

  4. I like that this is a family friendly, christian movie, something we have way too little of these days! Of course the great music helps too 🙂

  5. I love family movies. Would love the music too

  6. I like that it has a positive message that will uplift us.

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