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From the award-winning producers of Fireproof and Flywheel, comes an action-packed drama about a Christian high school football coach who uses his undying faith to battle the giants of fear and failure.

In six years of coaching, Grant Taylor has never led his Shiloh Eagles to a winning season. After learning that he and his wife Brooke face infertility, Grant discovers that a group of fathers are secretly organizing to have him dismissed as head coach. Devastated by his circumstances, he cries out to God in desperation. When Grant receives a message from an unexpected visitor, he searches for a stronger purpose for his football team. He dares to challenge his players to believe God for the impossible on and off the field. When faced with unbelievable odds, the Eagles must step up to their greatest test of strength and courage. What transpires is a dynamic story of the fight between faith and fear. Facing the Giants is a powerful experience for the whole family inspiring viewers to live with faith, hope, and love!

Runtime: 111 min

Release: 2006

Cast: Alex Kendrick, Shannen Fields, Jason McLeod

Director: Alex Kendrick

Writer: Alex Kendrick

3 thoughts to “Facing the Giants (2006)

  • Julie Barfuss

    I try to avoid movies that have sports in them because I do not understand the rules of any sports. I watched Facing the Giants because I love all their other movies. I admit though…I watched it last :). Didn’t even matter that I don’t understand football, because just like the others, the message is what’s important.

  • Maria Jenson

    Great movie! My whole family enjoyed it, great for kids.

  • Natalie Smith

    This is a remarkable movie that you could just watch over and over again without getting tired of it. The Coach dares his players to a challenge to believe in God for the impossible on and off the field. The students work hard at doing the challenge, but they end up finding joy in winning the games, and joy in losing the games.


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