*Have you ever been put in a life changing situation that made you question your faith in God? That’s the kind of scenario the indie film “A Question Of Faith” takes on.

The movie brought the LA entertainment media out for a night full of glam and glitz for the film’s early screening at L.A Live Regal Cinemas.

“A Question of Faith” starring Richard T. Jones, Kim Fields, Gregory Alan Williams, C. Thomas Howell and Renee O’Connor, follows three separate families that find themselves questioning their faith. Their destinies force them on a path to discover God’s love, grace and mercy.

Pastor David Newman (Richard T. Jones) is a father who is set to take over his own father’s church. The stress of carrying that responsibility leads David to neglect his 12-year old son. Kate Hernandez (Jaci Velasquez) is a hard working, single mother who has a free-spirited, college ready teenage daughter named Maria. John Danielson (C. Thomas Howell) is the owner of a failing construction company who sees his daughters promising singing career as a way to get out of financial debt.

EURweb correspondent Cheyenne Ewulu attended the red carpet premier of the movie and got a chance to chat with some of the cast about this indie film with such a powerful message.

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When asked what inspired her to want to take on a film like this, producer Angela White said that she ultimately wanted to not just create a faith based film that people with faith can relate to, but also a film that people who don’t believe in God could relate to.

“There was no way I wanted to do a faith-based film that didn’t appeal to somebody that wasn’t a Christian,” says White.

Actress Kim Fields proclaimed that this is a film everyone from all walks of life can relate to.

“We all go through different things at different times and at some point you have either had your world rocked tremendously–your world flipped upside down, and everybody has to kind of navigate through those times.”

“A Question of Faith” is currently in theaters throughout North America. For MORE info on the film and to find a theater near you showing it, click HERE.