Do you have a favorite Bible character? I have a hard time narrowing it down. My daughter loves the story of Abraham, since that was what we learned about the last few weeks in Bible class. But her favorite character keeps changing. I have always loved the Bible stories of Moses, Daniel, and Joseph.
“Seasons of Gray: A Modern Day Joseph Story” tells the beloved biblical tale of Joseph in a relevant and modern way. This film released on DVD Jan. 28, 2014.
About Seasons of Gray
The compelling story of Brady Gray, the favored son of a two-time widower, begins on location at a Texas ranch. After Brady’s father lavishes him with accolades and gifts, his half-brothers, fed up with his privileged position, force him off the family ranch with a stern warning to never return.
What lies ahead is a roller coaster of ups and downs as Brady goes from restoring his life in a new town, obtaining a job and developing a love interest, to being wrongly accused of sexual assault and thrown in jail. Throughout the story, despite questioning his life’s purpose and plan, Brady remains devoted to his faith and learns the true meaning of forgiveness.
Connect with Seasons of Gray
Trusting God, even during the tough times is difficult. But, when we trust Him, he will honor us. I struggle with this in my own life. When things are going bad, I am the one who is wondering where God is. My faith is so small at times. That is why Iove the story of Joseph. It is an encouragement to me. If all these things happened to him and he stayed true to God, then it is possible for me to as well. So I appreciate when a modern retelling comes out on DVD that is well done, honest, and encouraging.
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Disclosure: I received the above product for review. All opinions are mine.
It’s funny, I was just teaching a jr. high sunday school on Joseph this past Sunday and was curious if there were any modern day tellings of the Joseph story. When I googled it, this movie came up and I showed the preview in Sunday School. This would be cool for our church library!
It would be a great edition to the home library and church library for sure, Melissa! It is PG-13 for themes but it is the cleanest PG-13 I’ve ever watched.
Rachelle Anderson says
Small world! I went to college with the lead, Andrew Cheney!
That’s great, Rachelle. It is a very small world!