“Be careful little eyes what you see.”
That Sunday school song is part of the Casting Crowns song “Slow Fade,” which can be heard in FIREPROOF.
One of the challenging subplots in the movie is Caleb’s parasite, as The Love Dare calls it. Caleb takes drastic measures to rid himself of his parasite. It appears to have inspired at least one moviegoer who commented on the Blog:
“I just wanted to testify that God has broken my addiction to pornography because of a scene in the movie, FIREPROOF. After watching Kirk Cameron destroy his computer rather than face temptation, I knew that’s what I had to do. I destroyed my laptop and threw it in the trash. Since then, I’ve felt freedom like never before! I had been addicted for over 20 years. Praise God!!”
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“The movie impacted our family in a very unusual way. After seeing it, our 14-year-old son confessed to us in tears that he had been battling an internet pornography addiction for over a year. … The movie moved him to action, and he is working with us to prevent this from happening again. Thank the Lord for using this tool to bring conviction to his heart.”
“FIREPROOF addressed the main issues that my husband and I have been going through. I think this movie really showed him how it makes a wife feel to have to deal with those issues. I pray this movie really helps not only my marriage but all the other people who face the same type of issues in theirs.”