Kirk Cameron not only spent his birthday with the stars of "Duck Dynasty" recently, but also shared his new film "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas" with the famous Robertson clan.
Similar to Cameron, who turned 44 on Oct. 12, the Robertson's family patriarch Phil aims to "put the Christ back in Christmas" this year by supporting Cameron's film. "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas" is headed to theaters for just two weeks on Nov. 14, but Cameron announced Tuesday that he offered the Robertsons an early screening.
"The heavens opened and a shaft of light came streaming down when Duck Dynasty's King and Queen, Phil and Kay Robertson, cooked my 44th birthday dinner in their country kitchen, spoiled us boys with outdoor fun and faithful inspiration, and the Robertson family watched Saving Christmas in their camouflage living room" Cameron posted on Facebook on Nov. 4.
The "Fireproof" star also shared a video of Phil and Miss Kay voicing their reactions to "Saving Christmas" from their own front porch.
"Hey America and all you Duck Dynasty fans out there, it's now 2014 A.D. Have you ever wondered exactly who we are counting time by and why?" Phil asks while speaking directly to the camera.
"2014 years ago something rather large must have happened because we are still counting time by what happened," the Robertson family patriarch continued. "It's all about Christmas. That's when God becomes flesh. It was 2014 years ago and we still remember Christmas. Christ and worship, [in other words] mass, [means] Christmas; 'Kirk Cameron Saving Christmas' is a new movie that's coming out. If you really want some insight into what Christmas is all about, check it out."
The film aims to reestablish Christmas in a time where it seems as though the baby in the manger takes a backseat to retail sales and political correctness. "Saving Christmas" opens in 400 theaters beginning on Nov. 14. Buy pre-sale tickets here.
"Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas,' don't miss it, it could change the way you think," Phil adds in the end of the clip.
Watch the Robertson's video here.