Faith Like Potatoes

Faith Like Potatoes

  • Submitted By: jhonmar
  • Date Submitted: 06/30/2010 3:38 AM
  • Category: Psychology
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Jhonmar P. delos Santos
ID No.:11047208
Mr. Adrian Espiritu

1. What is the film about?
The film is all about Angus Buchan, a white farmer of Scottish descent, and family grew weary of conditions in Zambia, and decided to migrate down to South Africa. He set up a farm in KwaZulu-Natal. Faced with ever mounting challenges, hardships and personal turmoil, Angus quickly spirals down into a life consumed by anger, fear and destruction. Based on the inspiring true story by Angus Buchan weaves together the moving life journey of a man who, like his potatoes, grows his faith, unseen until the harvest. He really started with almost nothing, he struggled desperately to survive, until a personal encounter with God changed his life and fortune.

2. Describe the faith of the protagonist in the film.
Our faith in God is bolstered by the evidence and grounded in a
transformed life. However, the simplicity of our faith is summed-up best by the
innocence of a pure heart.
Angus Buchan not only had faith like potatoes, he had faith for potatoes as
well. He risked everything for God. He really has a great faith in God. He always pray to God in able to be firm to all challenges that he is facing nor will be facing.
I can also tell you that Angus is as true in his words as the Bible are the Words of God. He is humble and has a heart for people, there is no boasting or searching for fame. He regularly have sermons in their church and miracles is an everyday part of life there just as it is in mine and every other person with a personal relationship with God.
The miracles in the movies are easily believable and so is the whole story. I know many people who have had similar life experiences and had a turnaround even more dramatic. I can see how many will scoff at this, but that won't change a thing. God would love to bring us the same riches and glory, but only if we are willing to risk...

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