Own It – leaving behind a borrowed faith

OwnIt

Own It – leaving behind a borrowed faith

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As seen in the feature motion picture, Grace Unplugged.

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It’s time to stop borrowing or faking your faith . . . own it!

The feature film Grace Unplugged tells the story of Grace Trey, an eighteen year-old small town pastor’s daughter who is also a phenomenal singer. But when she abruptly leaves home and finds instant Hollywood fame, the faith and relationships she grew up with are put to the test.

As seen in the movie, Own It: Leaving Behind a Borrowed Faith challenges readers by asking what it means to really “own” your faith rather than just automatically or blindly following in the footsteps of friends or parents. Bestselling authors Michael and Hayley DiMarco will help you navigate what to do when faith meets real world challenges.

Renting, borrowing, or faking your faith is a waste of time. Own It is all about the supernatural reality that when you take hold of your faith, it’s really God’s love that takes hold of you.

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Watch the trailer for Grace Unplugged now available on Netflix and from Redbox:

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