'Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas' in Theaters for Two Weeks Only

Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas
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Kirk Cameron announced this week that his highly anticipated "Saving Christmas" film is headed to select theaters for two weeks only on Nov. 14.

The latest film from the "Fireproof" and "Unstoppable" star is intended to take back Christmas in a time where it seems the baby in the manger takes a backseat to retail sales, Santa Claus, and political correctness, according to Cameron.

"My hope for 'Saving Christmas' is that families all across the country will join with my family in putting the Christ back into Christmas," Cameron said in a press release. "For too many years Christmas has been attacked and hammered by those outside the church, and it's even changed how we think about Christmas inside the church. We are proudly going to put the Christ back into Christmas and remind Christians why this is not only a holy day, but a celebration as well. I believe that families will love this movie!"

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"Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas" is expected to change the way your family views Christmas and will help celebrate the magical time of year. The engaging new film will also see warmth, laughter and charm as audiences are reintroduced to the ultimate story of God, beginning on Nov. 14.

Providing audiences with a biblical basis for Christmas, the film is a collaboration between Cameron's CamFam Studios and Nashville-based Provident Films.

"I've been looking for a home for my projects for a while now," Cameron added in the statement. "We have big plans at CamFam Studios, and wanted to have a home base. The relationship with Provident Films has been developing over the past months, and we realized they were the natural choice."

In addition to supplying family-friendly entertainment, "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas" will offer the inspiration to stand by faith-filled traditions that culture looks to trivialize. To learn more about the film's release, stay tuned to The Christian Post.

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