Two Profound 'Fireproof' Clips Come Out

September 27, 2008 06:52:35 GMT

Caleb Holt discusses about faith and working out problems in his marriage with his firefighter pal, Michael Simmons.


Two Profound 'Fireproof' Clips Come Out
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As "Fireproof" is heading to the theaters this Friday, September 26, two new clips from the Christian film have been put out. Focused on the two characters, Caleb Holt and Michael Simmons, the two videos cut from the movies display the moment when Caleb tells Michael that he is in the faith that Michael believes in as well as the scene where Michael tells frustrated Caleb that women is like a rose.

Captain Caleb Holt lives by the old firefighter's adage, "Never leave your partner behind". But, after seven years of marriage and believing that his wife, Catherine, is too sensitive and doesn't respect him, he is about to give up on the failing relationship. When he and his wife have agreed to file for divorce, his father challenges him to do a 40-day test called "The Love Dare".

Though in the beginning he agrees to do the test for his father's sake rather than to salvage his marriage, Caleb slowly finds a life-changing commitment to love God with the daily challenges given. He also learns to understand what it means to truly love his wife. However, he is unsure if it's too late to "fireproof" his marriage.

From the man behind 2006 drama "Facing the Giants", Alex Kendrick, comes this relationship drama movie with religious undertones about a married couple working out their problems. Featuring the likes of Kirk Cameron, Erin Bethea, Ken Bevel and many others, it is produced by Sherwood Pictures and distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Films.

  • Clip #1 : Never Had To Face


  • Clip #2 : Woman Like Rose


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posted by KEN RITZ on Mar 03, 2009
I have seen "Fireproof" from start to finish 3 times and the end from the "While I'm Waiting" scene to the end about 10 more. I am still brought to tears each time I see Catherine Holt find out that it was her husband Caleb who bought the wheel chair and hospital bed for her mother. My marriage is good; I have learned a great deal from the movie about how I can make it better. I have taken steps to read scripture with my wife, pray together and for each other more, and spend more time together. I greet my wife with a hug and kiss every time when she comes home from work or I do. To the producers, "Keep up the good work and may God bless you~!"

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