(G)race Card

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In The Grace Card the lives of two men intersect when they become partners on the police force. Sam is an African American pastor who needs to work as a policeman to financially provide for his family. Mac, a White racist, suffered the death of a child who was hit by a car seventeen years earlier. The story is about how a racist person can change but it’s also about giving a person room to be wrong and being patient during the wait of their evolution.

Sam and Mac represent our struggles with forgiveness and humility. Sometimes we are Sam and we need to understand that people just aren’t perfect. We all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. Romans 3:23. Sometimes we are Mac, the offender and we need to understand that we just aren’t perfect. We sin and fall short of the glory of God.

The movie is out on DVD now.

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