To Save A Life is a powerful indie movie about the real-life challenges of teens and their choices. But it's more than just a movie—it's a feature-length film with follow-up opportunities like youth group curriculums and teen devotionals centered around the biblical concept that we’re never more like Jesus than when we are reaching out to the hurting and lonely.
At some point, every teen has to decide: "What's my life going to be about?" To Save A Life dares to bring that question into their world, encouraging them to answer it with boldness, honesty and Christ-likeness—and to put love into action around them.
"This movie is Life-Changing"
Those were the most common responses from over 600,000 teens, youth workers, coaches, pastors, teachers and parents that saw the movie in theaters and at conferences. Over 3,000 youth groups went to see the movie in theaters and over 300 Lifeline Squads pledged to pre-sell a 1,000+ tickets for sold-out showtimes. Youth workers launched follow-up studies to go deeper. Read more stories from teens at ToSaveALifeMovie.com. Thousands of people have opened up about the hurts they had been hiding or how they are inspired to reach out to the lonely and outcast around them.
"This movie saved my life. Last night I attempted suicide but didn't succeed, and my confirmation sponsor asked if I wanted to go see it today. As much as I didn't want to, I did and it made me think so much." —Nicole
"One of the many things I love about the movie To Save A Life is how it portrays in a very real (non-cheesy) way the different pressures teenagers face. It opens doors for students to talk with trusted leaders on where they see themselves in the story." —Doug Fields, Founder: Simply Youth Ministry & Author: Purpose Driven Youth Ministry
"It was the best movie I've ever seen! It is going to help a lot of people." —Jessica
"This generation of teenagers wants to make a difference, but they are bogged down by the most pervasive and life-threatening influences of any previous generation. To Save A Life is a wake-up call for all teenagers to the fact that they are on this earth to express the love of God on their campus, in their family and in their communities." —Ron Luce, President Teen Mania
"Haven't been the same since. Very touching movie. Addresses the very subject we face as teens. 'What's the point of all this if we don't let it change us?'" —David
"To Save A Life is an excellent film with a poignant message that challenges teenagers with the fact that their actions and their inaction shape the lives of their classmates every day, whether they know it or not." —Kirsten Haglund, Miss America 2008
"This movie is awesome. It conveys the raw emotions of life, and is a gritty testament to the ups and downs of high school." —Zach Hunter, teen author & speaker
“BEST dialogue we have ever seen. Kids saw themselves and others in the movie and were open to talk about their lives.” —Jim