For me, a HUGE part of living a healthy lifestyle is making sure I’m spending time nurturing my spiritual health just as much, if not more, than my physical or mental health..
Whether it’s starting the morning off with some quiet time and a devotional or watching encouraging, faith based movies like Eternal Salvation , building up and growing in my faith walk is my true foundation for good health.
I had the chance to sit down and watch Eternal Salvation the other day. It is a straight to DVD movie, so I wasn’t to sure about what the quality of filming and acting was going to be, but I was pleasantly surprised.
The acting was great, the filming done very well, and the story line was very moving.
I really enjoyed watching this movie. I liked the fact that the man character, though a hard working, driven man, had a nice family life at home. They didn’t play him as some crazy workaholic type person, but just your average joe who has a life altering emergency that has him re-examining his life.
Eternal Salvation would be a great movie to invite friends, believers and non believers over to watch. It would definitely stir up some great discussions.If you’d like a chance to see Eternal Salvation you can find the film on Amazon or enter to win your own copy HERE.
I hope you’ll check it out!
Synopsis: Jonathan Wright (Bradley Snedeker) has it all, a prestigious job, incredibly beautiful wife Amy (Jessica Morris), gorgeous 7-year-old daughter Megan (Isabella Cuda) and countless friends. Having recently been appointed to Sr. Vice President of business relations for a well-established investment banking firm, Jonathan believes he is on the fast-track to reaching the apex of his career. He and his team have been assigned a new client’s billion dollar account.
In the prime of his life, Jonathan suffers a life threatening brain aneurysm that leaves him comatose. After regaining consciousness, he begins the grueling task of rebuilding his life. During this difficult time, he is determined to find the true meaning of life.
He realizes that everything he thought was important in life is just vanity. This new revelation takes a toll on his professional life and his entire world begins to crumble around him. He is ostracized by his friends. The only person who doesn’t question Jonathan’s quest for truth is his colleague, Paul Jenkins (Darren Dupree Washington), a devoted Christian.
Paul takes Jonathan under his wing to mentor him spiritually. During this spiritual journey, Jonathan is forced to confront the sins of his past before discovering the truth that waits in his future.