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The Rachel Joy Scott Story
I’m Not Ashamed: The Rachel Joy Scott Story – On April 20th, 1999 at Columbine High School, two teenage boys entered their high school with guns and homemade bombs planning to kill hundreds of their classmates. They would murder 12 students and 1 teacher before turning their guns on themselves.
The first student that died was Rachel Joy Scott. She was eating lunch in the courtyard outside when she was shot and multiple times. The killers knew Rachel. They were in classes together and Rachel had shared her faith in Jesus with them. Moments before her death, they mocked her, “Do you still believe in your God?” With a gun at her head she replied, “You know that I do.”
I’m Not Ashamed is Rachel’s story from her own words. Drawn directly from her writings, we discover the hope in this tragedy. We find the story of a student who showed radical compassion to the hurting and unnoticed. It’s the true story of a girl who was not ashamed to share her love for Jesus to those around her, even to her killers.
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I'm Not Ashamed - DVD – Gail S, 08/05/2017
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I'm Not Ashamed - DVD – Tamsie E, 07/30/2017
An encouraging movie! Based on background info, not as much of a biography as an attempt to produce a cohesive movie and still be true to who she was. It seemed to do that. I read one reviewer who complained about the parties portrayed, but I think that would help to reach teens who struggle. She did change, and she wanted to help those who were struggling. Could be an interesting conversation starter with your children.
I'm Not Ashamed - DVD – David W H, 07/22/2017
Very well made film. When I started watching I actually thought to myself that only with the right inspiration could this story be done right. Well ... they nailed it.
I'm Not Ashamed - DVD – Sheryl D, 01/29/2017
GREAT Movie! The true story of Rachel Joy Scott (Masey McLain), taken directly from her personal journals and shared friendship journal with a street guy, (Ben Davies) will entertain and change you. Read all the thousands of testimonies posted on FB I\'m Not Ashamed page from teens and adults whose hearts have been touched.
I'm Not Ashamed - DVD – J. David D, 10/29/2016
This is a wonderful movie and really shows how it feels to be used by God to do good things but not realize how much you are doing. You get a real sense of her frustration though unfounded. I would recommend this one for everyone.
I really feel sorry for David S. and his family that they chose to dwell on the negatives and missed a wonderful revelation by leaving and not watching. Just open your heart and let HIM do the rest.
I'm Not Ashamed - DVD – Theresa A, 10/27/2016
This movie is a must see. I thought it portrayed the struggles some teens face in being a Christian in today\'s society and how Rachel overcame those struggles. I think it offered hope to all Christians who struggle with their own faith at times. Thought it was a great movie!!
I'm Not Ashamed - DVD – David S, 10/24/2016
A bad influence movie by Rachel was sneaking out with her friends to go to the party with worldly songs, drinking alcohol, and defileing themselves by smoking the cursed ground, even though Rachel became born again still went to those kinds of parties with all the teen-agers lusting after each other. I did not like to bring my teen-agers to this movie so maybe after 25 minutes being spiritually disturbed by all of this, and we decided to get our money back.
I'm Not Ashamed - DVD – Roger R, 10/24/2016
Fantastic movie. Very powerful. Perfectly done and very inspiring. I would recommend that everyone see this film although it may be a little intense for little ones during the ending.
So real and most people can relate to some of the feeling she had, the struggles.
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