"Overcomer," which is family-friendly, is hitting the big screen Friday with a mix of hope, humor and heart as the sixth film co-written by the Kenrick brothers.
Director Alex and his brother, Stephen Kendrick, who is one of the producers, and Priscilla Shirer, an actress and Bible teacher, sat down with "Fox & Friends" Tuesday to discuss the new flick.
"I think this movie really is relevant for this generation," Stephen told Fox Nation host of "Ainsley's Bible Study," Ainsley Earhardt. "We've got so much confusion concerning identity and people are wondering, 'Why am I here? What's my value? What's my purpose?' and they're putting their value and identity in things that can be taken away."
Shirer doubled down on the point: "Identity is critical. If we do not know who we are in Christ - if it's not rooted in something solid that cannot change, that cannot be touched by external circumstances, then we're going to find our emotional stability up one day and down the other."
She added: "We've got to be anchored and solid and secure, and this movie will introduce that to some and reintroduce it for others."
Kendrick explained the movie follows a high school football coach, John Harrison, whose team is taken away. Harrison then has to coach cross country, which only has one girl whose parents are taken away, and a man in a hospital who had his health taken away. All three find their identity within the story and it transforms their lives.
"Everybody tries to find their identity in their job, in their feelings, their circumstance," Alex noted. "We think the Creator gets to define His creation, and when we find ourself in Him, that's the fullest version of ourselves."
The film tracking website, Box Office Pro, is predicting a $5.5 million opening weekend for the film.