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'''Sarah's Choice''' is a 2009 [[Christian]] film directed by Chad Kapper.
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'''Sarah's Choice''' is a 2009 [[Christian]] film directed by Chad Kapper.  Christian singer Rebecca St. James makes her film debut as Sarah Collins.
  
It's a story about an independent female executive Sarah Collins, played by Christian singer Rebecca St. James (in her film debut). Collins is on the fast track to success in the business world, until she unexpectedly becomes pregnant. Not knowing which way to turn and encouraged by co-workers, Collins considers [[abortion]], but is presented with three visions of her future (both with and without the child).
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Collins is a female executive on the fast track to success in the business world, until she unexpectedly becomes pregnant. Not knowing which way to turn and encouraged by co-workers, Collins considers [[abortion]], but is presented with three visions of her future (both with and without the child).  In the end, she chooses life.
  
Life wins out, a future with a child.  The story presents a biblical message, unapologetically [[Pro-life]].  
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The story presents a biblical message, unapologetically [[Pro-life]].  
  
 
Also starring Logan White, Dick Van Patten, and Brad Stine. Created by [[Pure Flix]] Entertainment.
 
Also starring Logan White, Dick Van Patten, and Brad Stine. Created by [[Pure Flix]] Entertainment.

Latest revision as of 16:01, 21 July 2019

Sarah's Choice is a 2009 Christian film directed by Chad Kapper. Christian singer Rebecca St. James makes her film debut as Sarah Collins.

Collins is a female executive on the fast track to success in the business world, until she unexpectedly becomes pregnant. Not knowing which way to turn and encouraged by co-workers, Collins considers abortion, but is presented with three visions of her future (both with and without the child). In the end, she chooses life.

The story presents a biblical message, unapologetically Pro-life.

Also starring Logan White, Dick Van Patten, and Brad Stine. Created by Pure Flix Entertainment.

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