THE DROP BOX

"Don’t Throw Them Away; Bring Them Here"

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Content: +4 Biblical worldview, with no questionable elements whatsoever.

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THE DROP BOX is a documentary about a man named Lee, who pastors a church in Seoul, South Korea. One day, Pastor Lee discovers an abandoned newborn on his church’s doorsteps and courageously decides to build a “drop box” to rescue future orphans. Pastor Lee and his wife are already raising their own severely physically disabled child. They adopt 15 other children found in the drop box. Several of them are also battling severe physical disabilities. All have been abandoned by their mothers, most of whom are teenagers.

THE DROP BOX is a powerful documentary that encourages viewers to contemplate pro-life issues in a profound way. The entire movie is beautifully shot, with some marvelous images of Seoul. The movie’s Christian worldview views the subjects of abandonment and adoption in a biblical context. It uses biblical passages like Genesis 1:27 and Galatians 4:4-7 to affirm life and the Gospel of Jesus Christ, which makes believers adopted sons of the Most High God. THE DROP BOX is an inspiring pro-life documentary that media-wise viewers may want to put on their must-see list.

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(BBB, CCC) Very strong Christian, biblical, moral worldview, with a pastor and his wife saving infant babies from death through adoption, reflecting God’s adoption of the elect through the atonement of the Lord Jesus Christ; no foul language; no violence; no sexual content, but the movie explains that young mothers abandon their newborns due to the shame that stems from fornication; no nudity; no alcohol use; no smoking or drug use; and, nothing objectionable.

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THE DROP BOX is a documentary about a man named Lee, who pastors a church in Seoul, South Korea. One day, Pastor Lee discovers an abandoned newborn on his church’s doorsteps and courageously decides to build a “drop box” to rescue any future orphans. Eventually, Pastor Lee and his wife, who are already raising a severely physically disabled child of their own, adopt 15 other children found abandoned. Several of the children are also battling severe physical disabilities. All of them have been abandoned by their mothers, most of whom are teenagers.

THE DROP BOX is a powerful documentary that encourages viewers to contemplate pro-life issues in a profound way. The entire movie is beautifully shot, with some marvelous images of the city of Seoul.

The movie’s Christian worldview views the subject of abandonment and adoption in the context of biblical theology. It represents God the Father’s adoption, through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, of the predestined elect, all of whom are incapable of fending for themselves, like the orphans shown in this movie. It also affirms the biblical declaration that all humans are worthy because they are created in the image of God.

THE DROP BOX serves as a reminder and encouragement for people, especially Christians, to uphold all life. Furthermore, it reminds believers of Galatians 4:4-7, which says, “But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons. And, because you are sons, God has sent the Spirit of his Son in our hearts, crying, ‘Abba! Father!’ So, you are no longer a slave, but a son, and if a son, then an heir through God.” The movie also reminds viewers of Genesis 1:27, which says, “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” Thus, in many ways, God is at the center of this movie.

THE DROP BOX is an extremely worthwhile documentary. It’s designed for viewers above a fifth grade level, so all older children, teenagers and adults are encouraged to watch THE DROP BOX.

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