To Protect and Serve
BRYAN LAWRENCE is a cop who’s dedicated his career to the entire concept of ‘To Protect and Serve’. But a chance encounter with two fugitives ends with Bryan being kicked in the face, paralyzing him from the neck down.
Bryan loves his family, God, and helping others. His life had been full of drug busts, encouraging kids to succeed, and working to support worthy causes in the community. He makes a promise to his future daughter-in-law that he’ll walk her down the aisle when her absentee father can’t do it.
After that fateful kick, however, Bryan finds himself in a whole new world – one where he is completely helpless. The doctors say he will never walk again, but Bryan refuses to give up on that promise he made.
A Christian girl, Rachel Whitaker (Jordan Trovillion) goes off to college for her freshman year and begins to be influenced by her popular Biology professor (Harry Anderson) who teaches that evolution is the answer to the origins of life. When Rachel’s father, Stephen Whitaker (Jay Pickett) senses something changing with his daughter, he begins to examine the situation and what he discovers catches him completely off guard. Now very concerned about Rachel drifting away from her Christian faith, he tries to do something about it! (88 min)
A Rich Christiano Film
“A Matter of Faith has a message that is highly relevant and desperately needed for America today.
–Ken Ham, Answers In Genesis
“A clash of worldviews puts a spotlight on the creation-evolution debate in this captivating film. A committed Christian dad, a doubting daughter, and a charismatic liberal professor stir up a lot of tension and intrigue on campus. It has solid Biblical principles and a gripping plot. Kudos to the Christianos for another outstanding family-friendly film.”
–Tim Wildmon, President, American Family Association
“A great movie. Heart-warming, educational, God-honoring, and timely.”
–Ray Comfort, Living Waters Ministries
“Five out of five stars”
Format: DVD All Regions
Closed Captions: Yes
English Subtitles: Yes
Length/Run Time: 88 minutes
Produced By: Rich Christiano & Laura Burnell
Directed By: Rich Christiano
Theatrical Release: Yes