Film Review ~ Colors of Character






5 Stars


Steve Skipper’s is a powerful story that puts on display God’s redemptive, restorative and uplifting power. From the drug-pushing lows of the projects to respectable prominence in the art world, Skipper’s story highlights the truth that there isn’t anything that God’s unfailing love cannot cut through to save those weeping in their souls—and the lengths that He would go to, to lead them to realize their need of a saviour.

A theme that prevails throughout this story is one where the Father speaks, and His child listens, trusts, and obeys. This strikes at the heart of what is essential to succeeding in your calling as a child of God—you never know where the wind of the Holy Spirit will blow and take you to, and the work that can be accomplished through obedience, as well as the revelation which unfolds that, living for God is truly larger than life in the way that your mind could ever perceive.

A much needed and very well presented true story with a pure intent to demonstrate God’s love, faithfulness, and the power of obedience and trust in a God that never fails.

*Though I offer this review to the public, it’s my opinion and simply that. Appreciation to Collide Distribution for a free screener in exchange for my honest opinion.