Looking for a faith-based family film that teaches good values within today's teen culture? Abel's Field is about a teenage boy faced with difficult decisions and peer pressure. In this heart-warming tale, high school senior Seth must choose between right and wrong as he tries to protect his family from eviction and separation. He makes an unlikely friend with Abel, the groundskeeper at his high school. Things he took at face value begin to change and Seth is forced to decide how he is going to change his life forever.
This was an entertaining and positive look at one aspect of our culture that is often portrayed negatively: teen culture. Not all aspects of teen life are how the media shows it, and this movie does a good job of showing that. The coolest person isn't always the most popular one.
I thought this movie was a great addition to our movie library and one that I feel good about showing the kids. There was no rude humor or language, and the themes presented were not too mature for my ten year old. James enjoyed the film and even asked when we could watch it again.
I have been offered a copy of the film to give away to one of my readers. To enter leave me a comment telling me who in your family would enjoy this film. You can also go to the Facebook Page for Abel's and 'Like' the page. Leave me a comment telling me you did that for an additional entry. I will pick the winner on January 31!
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