Film About 1980 Church Massacre in Daingerfield to Premiere Online January 30, 2015


Heart Stone pictures to premiere harrowing award winning documentary “Faith under Fire” online at January 30, 2015.

FAITH UNDER FIRE is a true story of God’s presence in the midst of suffering. It is a 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 in the summer of 1980. It is also a tribute to  four brave men that  raced into the face of gunfire, saving the lives of hundreds of people. Thirty years after that tragic day, survivors share their journey to heal. A pastor, whose small child was killed that day, 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. The assassin’s family reveals shocking secrets that pushed him to commit this terrible act. Ultimately, Faith Under Fire is a story of faith and hope leading a community out of the depths of despair to the path of forgiveness and restoration and ultimately peace.

This film was also the winner of numerous awards:

  • The Cine Golden Eagle Winner
  • Winner WorldFest Film Festival Remi
  • Best Doc: Texas Christian Film Festival
  • Telly Award
  • Communicator Award
  • Videographer Award
  • Accolade Award
  • Ava Award
  • Aurora Award
  • Trail Dance Film Festival Nominee for Best Doc

Take a  look at the harrowing trailer at the following link:

Those who purchase the film online through Difion at full price of $19.99 will be mailed a free DVD copy of the film with exclusive bonus content, as well as continued streaming rights to the film for life. This offer is available one week upon release, up until February 7, 2015.

Faith under Fire is partnering with, a web company dedicated to premiering quality films online for the world to see.

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