The Home Coming
|Everyone's got to follow someone. Who will your teenager follow? City kid Jordy Rembrandt must decide for himself when he's suspended for fighting and transferred to a rural high school---only to find trouble there, too. As violence escalates, a friend tapes a note to his locker: "Fix your attention on God." Can Jordy learn to do it? |
Peer pressure... The need to belong... Choices.
Jordy Rembrandt is a big-city tough guy with an attitude and a history of bad decisions. When he's sent to a small-town high school to complete his senior year, he discovers "fitting in" takes on a whole new meaning. Like any of us faced with peer pressure requiring choices, Jordy yearns for acceptance... in spite of his rough exterior. He tries the usual ways to fit in - he plays football, goes to parties and dates a cheerleader. But it isn't until he's faced with the love of Christ that he begins to understand the meaning of true acceptance.
The Home Coming - a dramatic movie from World Wide Pictures, the film ministry of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association - speaks to everyone who's had to struggle with peer pressure, belonging and making the right choices... in other words, all of us...
# Behind the Scenes
# 63 minutes
# Producer: World Wide Pictures, 1996
# Region Encoding: Region 1 (Canada & US)
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