Too proud to ask for help, Seth’s life continues to unravel, and he considers stealing to make ends meet. Will Seth take the money? Will he and his sisters become homeless? Will he ever uncover the secrets of the mysterious handyman? And, finally, will Seth swallow his pride and ask for help? You’ll be praying for Seth to do the right thing and find the best path. As Abel tells him, “You’ll know the right way because it’s usually the hardest.” You’ll also find out by the end of the movie that Abel needs to take his own advice. This story is very moving and realistic. Samuel Davis, who plays Seth, is totally convincing as the young man who finds his life crumbling around him. And Kevin Sorbo gives a strong performance as the man with a secret past who just wants to be left alone.
I highly recommend Abel’s Field for family viewing. It will jumpstart discussions about seeking help, bullying, responsibility, doing the right thing, coping with adversity, and finding God in the midst of tragedy. It gave me a greater appreciation for what I have as I know that Seth’s circumstances are not a movie fantasy. This movie would make excellent viewing for church youth and teen groups, too. I hope you’ll pick up a copy of Abel’s Field on DVD and share it with your family.
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