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The Calling (2003)

Rating:PG (for thematic elements)
Genre:Drama, Family
Release Date:October 10, 2003
Running time:118 minutes
Cast:Herb Porter, David Hudson, Yvonna Lynn, Tom Grant, Shebeta Carter
Director:Michael C. Brown
Producer:Paula Cantu; Mary Anne Coffey; Laura Knoerr
Writer:Michael C. Brown
Distributor:Testimony Pictures

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Description: Armed with twenty dollars and a backpack, Pastor William sets off on an unusual call from God to walk across the country preaching the gospel. The media turns his ministry into a human interest story that spans the country after he heals a woman from a stroke. He picks up another Pastor along the way who wants to accompany him on his journey to learn the deeper meaning of God. Yet William faces attacks by a Christian radio commentator who brands William as a heretic. The stage is set with truth in the balance when William is arrested for involuntary manslaughter and his faith is put to the test.

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