Rolling into its second month in theaters, the movie The Grace Card continues to add new screens across the country. Demonstrating the power of forgiveness, the film has has been praised by Christian leaders who say it is a “must see” film. On March 25, The Grace Card, which features Academy Award-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr., comes to 33 new cities nationwide, including:

Daphne AL — Jubilee Square 12
Wynne AR — Wynne Twin
Corona CA — Dos Lagos Stadium 15
Fairfield CA — Fairfield Stadium 16
Paradise CA — Paradise Cinema 7
Bradford, CT — Branford 12
Carbondale IL — University Place 8
Springfield IL — Parkway Pointe 8
Evansville IN — Evansville 16
Richmond IN — Richmond 11
Terre Haute IN — Honey Creek West 8
Marshalltown IA — Plaza Theatre 9
Orange City IA — Holland Plaza
Sioux City IA — Fridley Cinema 5
Spencer IA — Southpark 7
Independence KS — Independence 7
Somerset KY Somerset — Stadium 8
Winchester KY — Movies 9
Grand Rapids MI — Celebration Woodland
Marquette MI — Delft 5
Traverse City MI — Horizon Cinema 10
Oxford MS — Oxford Studio 8
Missoula MT — Village 6
Henderson NC — Marketplace 6
Tarboro NC — Parkhill Cinema 3
Anadarko OK — Redskin
Sallisaw OK — Sequoyah
Springfield OH — Cinema 10
Lititz, PA Penn — Cinema 14
Clarksville TN — Gov.’s Square 10
Cookeville TN — Highland 12
Johnson City TN — Carmike 14
Pampa TX — Cinema 4


The Grace Card is a must-see film for all, Christians in particular, because we are called to be dispensers of God’s amazing grace.”–Dr. Tony Evans, President, The Urban Alternative
Senior Pastor, Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship

The Grace Card is a well-crafted crime drama with a powerful spiritual message of redemption and forgiveness.”–Dick Rolfe, CEO, Dove Foundation

“Righteousness exalts a nation; sin is a reproach to any people. As The Grace Card illustrates so well, God’s answer to sin is always . . . grace.”
–Dr. A.R. Bernard, Founder and CEO, Christian Cultural Center

“Exciting . . . moving . . . the impact of this film will be staggering!”–Priscilla Shirer, Author and Speaker


When Mac McDonald loses his son in an accident, the ensuing 17 years of bitterness and pain erodes his love for his family and leaves him angry with God . . . and just about everyone else.

Mac’s rage stonewalls his career in the police department and makes for a combustible situation when he’s partnered with Sam Wright, a rising star on the force who happens to be a part-time pastor and a loving family man.

Can they somehow join forces to help one another when it’s impossible for them to look past their differences—especially the most obvious one? Watch the trailer here!

The Grace Card is directed by David Evans from his screen story with a screenplay by Howard Klausner. David and Esther Evans formed GraceWorks Pictures to produce The Grace Card in conjunction with Calvary Pictures, formed by Calvary Church, the Nazarene church the Evans attend in suburban Memphis. Distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Films, The Grace Card is presented by AFFIRM Films and Provident Films.


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