When you are in love, marriage seems like the most worthwhile thing in the world. But what happens when your in-laws get on your nerves? Or when you and your spouse begin to fight? How about when your relationship is thrown into an unimaginable crisis? Is marriage still worth it?
Dallas megachurch pastor and film producer T. D. Jakes’ answer is marriage, despite its difficulties, is a commitment meant to last a lifetime. Producer Jakes, founding pastor of The Potter’s House, tries to get this message across to moviegoers in his upcoming comedy film, “Jumping the Broom.”
The film centers on soon-to-be-married couple Jason Taylor (played by Laz Alonso) and Sabrina Watson (Paula Patton).
Taylor is caught in a six-month whirlwind romance that includes nights at the opera, long-stem roses and live performances from R&B crooner El DeBarge and proposes to Watson at the beginning of the film. Watson, who has to move to China for business, happily accepts.
The pair believes they are destined for unshakable happiness when they meet with their pastor, Rev. James (T.D. Jakes).
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article courtesy of TheStreamingFaith.com/The Christian Post.com