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Lt. Caleb Holt lives by the old firefighter’s adage: Never leave your partner behind. Inside burning buildings, it’s his natural instinct. In the cooling embers of his marriage, it’s another story. After a decade of marriage, Caleb and Catherine Holt have drifted so far apart that they are ready to move on without each other. Yet as they prepare to enter divorce proceedings, Caleb’s dad asks his son to try an experiment: The Love Dare. While hoping The Love Dare has nothing to do with his parents’ newfound faith, Caleb commits to the challenge. But can he attempt to love his wife while avoiding God’s love for him? Will he be able to demonstrate love over and over again to a person who’s no longer receptive to his love? Or is this just another marriage destined to go up in smoke? From the creators of Facing the Giants, this action-packed love story stars Kirk Cameron, Erin Bethea, and Ken Bevel.

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Runtime: 122 min

Release: 2008

Cast: Kirk Cameron, Erin Bethea, Ken Bevel

Director: Alex Kendrick

Writer: Alex Kendrick

2 thoughts to “Fireproof (2008)

  • Julie B.

    We loved, loved, LOVED Fireproof! So many good points.

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  • Maria Jenson

    Definitely a great movie! In this movie is a book that they use called “The Love Dare”. This book is available to buy and I would highly recommend it. It’s not just pages that guide a person through the dare portrayed in the movie, but also it is full of scriptures and biblical teachings about very important aspects of marriage. It is great for the thriving marriage as well as the struggling one. Same goes for the show 🙂 Marriage is truly instituted by God and it is able to teach us so much! If we let it.

    “Marriage is a relationship that cannot survive selfishness, impatience, domineering, inequality, and lack of respect. Marriage is a relationship that thrives on acceptance, equality, sharing, giving, helping, doing one’s part, learning together, enjoying humor.” David O. McKay

    Reply

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