Faith in High Places
Faith in High Places reveals how God takes care of both believers and non-believers during the most difficult time of their lives. He does this through the competence and compassion of His people whom He places in critical positions of responsibility in the society.
This documentary shows God’s people lending critical assistance to women in times of difficult pregnancies, to vulnerable children in times of abuse, neglect and abandonment, and to families struggling with the challenges of raising special needs children.
On this documentary: 1) lead investigator for the largest serial murder case in United States history. He shares his insights about the struggle against evil as well as insights in Jesus’ words, “Forgive them for they know not what they are doing.”. 2) An attorney in his own private practice who also served in the executive office of his state’s attorney-general. He compares God’s law and justice with the world’s law and justice and will discuss whether there is a place for God’s grace in man’s law. 3) A retired colonel from the United States Air Force, who led a fighter plane squadron over the no-fly zone of Iraq during the first Iraq war, shares his ideas of the role of Christians within the United States military. 4) A worker in the hospice field shares the evidence of God’s presence and comfort among the dying before He takes them to eternal life.