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With Video Shak’s Keith & Noel Morgan
Wednesday, August 19, 2009 • Posted August 18, 2009

This documentary and the life and ministry of Justin Fatica will be offensive to some, yet liberating and refreshing to others. Some people don't view their faith as something that would lead them to scream in the faces of youth in retreats and in youth groups across the country, but that's just what Justin does, with a loving message, a message that tries to break through MTV, video games, music, television, peer pressure and everything else that is screaming in the face of youth.

Whether or not you agree with his message is up to you, but there's no denying this documentary opens your eyes to the problems that some kids are having today and what it sometimes takes to get them to face the problem. Justin has been kicked out of churches, and in one case an entire statewide church affiliation, but he keeps on going trying to help kids do better by challenging them with his God and in his own way - love. It seems Justin might be in over his head at times, but good documentaries let us make up our own mind. You get to feel like you know Justin by the end of this and get to watch him mature through this documentary in his mission. Like him or not, we recommend it. 3 paws

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