Saving God: One Soul At a Time" comes directly from the hood - and is accordingly very unique in relation to Christian motion pictures we are utilized to. A film by Cloud Ten Pictures, it does an awesome work of giving us a brief look into the existence of an ex-con turned minister - in where God was the oddball and endurance was everything. Armstrong Cane is set for save however many individuals as could be expected under the circumstances for God - regardless of whether he needs to powerfully stand out enough to be noticed. He strings an extremely meager line between his old Christian movies and new man (even has a couple of breaches) - while attempting to coach a youngster named Norris, and keep him from committing horrible errors. Stick was reminded about his horrendous past, it appeared, each time he pivoted - however not really set in stone to continue with the mission regardless of whether it implied taking a chance with his life and abusing parole. At the point when misfortune struck a subsequent time, he understood that possibly God's arrangement was not really direct and he basically needed to submit and allow everything to unfurl. At the point when it did, he was at the ideal spot and he was prepared - giving us an ambivalent consummation of an account of life through death. I suggest this film for the people who are not annoyed by a few "straight talk" from a Christian film. The creators made an effort not to dress things up something over the top, subsequently the "not going on and on needlessly" feel of the film. The exchange is authentic and the battles are genuine.