FAITH UNDER FIRE
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Faith Under Fire "This is a remarkable story which shows that a person with faith can overcome overwhelming sorrows."
Synopsis: Faith Under Fire is the story of a community's struggle with betrayal, the shock to their faith, and the death of loved ones after a former schoolteacher opens fire during a church service on a Sunday morning in the East Texas town of Daingerfield in the summer of 1980. Armed with two assault rifles, two pistols, and 350 rounds of ammunition, the assailant kills five and injures ten more before four valiant men race into the face of gunfire, saving the lives of hundreds of people. Thirty years after that tragic day, survivors share their journey to live with trauma that few experience. A pastor, who is also the father of a seven year old girl slain in this attack, reveals publicly for the first time his shocking plans to murder the gunman during court proceedings. The anger, rage and guilt he carries for thirty years cost him nearly everything. Young adults, who were children at the time, painfully relive their nightmares, the fear of going out in public, and the struggle with forgiveness they have endured for three decades. One man that is now 42, describes his life's journey after losing his faith as a child.