Measure of Faith
Faith Donahue seems to have the picture perfect life: a great job in the church, a handsome, successful husband, and wonderful friends. But Faith’s world is about to unravel in ways she never imagined. After the sudden death of her beloved grandmother, Faith receives an unexpected guest – her broke and unemployed brother. The two estranged siblings must try and mend their troubled relationship forcing each to come to terms with deeper seeded secrets and lies that will change their lives forever.
“Measure of Faith” demonstrates that no matter how bad the sin, a person can be converted. Joshua is a man with a drinking problem and his big sister, Faith, is a minister. Faith’s husband, Oliver, has alcohol in the home and Joshua finds it and drinks it all and fills the empty bottle up with water but his deceit is soon discovered.
There are some sad moments in the movie but the film demonstrates that faith in God can take a person through all things and also change a person’s life. Faith has to practice this lesson herself as she undergoes trials as difficult as Joshua’s. The movie ends on an upbeat note. We award “Measure of Faith” our “Family Approved” Seal for ages 12 and over. It encourages the viewer to persevere!