The Second Chance

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Two very different men are brought together and learn a mutually important lesson about the real function of a church in this drama. Ethan Jenkins Michael W. Smith is a man in his mid-thirties who after years of scuffling as a musician on the West Coast has decided to move back East and work with his father. As it happens, his father is Jeremiah Jenkins J. Don Ferguson, a well known and respected minister who leads the flock at "The Rock," a massive "superchurch" where worship often looks more like a flashy ...
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Two very different men are brought together and learn a mutually important lesson about the real function of a church in this drama. Ethan Jenkins Michael W. Smith is a man in his mid-thirties who after years of scuffling as a musician on the West Coast has decided to move back East and work with his father. As it happens, his father is Jeremiah Jenkins J. Don Ferguson, a well known and respected minister who leads the flock at "The Rock," a massive "superchurch" where worship often looks more like a flashy multi-media presentation than a church service. Ethan becomes an associate pastor at The Rock, but it's clear he views his mission more as a business than service to the community, and Jeremiah decides his son needs to learn a bit more about what work at a church is all about. In the early '60s, Jeremiah helped found the Second Chance Community Church during the height of the Civil Rights Movement. The inner-city neighborhood Second Chance serves is now a crime-ridden slum, and Jeremiah sends Ethan there to assist pastor Jake Sanders Jeff Obafemi Carr as he tries to maintain an oasis of peace and hope in the middle of a gang-dominated war zone. Through Jake, Ethan gains some hard-won wisdom about the true nature of faith and service, and he tries to share his new knowledge with his father, whose new congregation is a far cry from where he started his mission for the Lord. The Second Chance marked the first feature film role for award-winning Christian musician Michael W. Smith.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary with director Steve Taylor and actors Michael W. Smith & Jeff Obafemi Carr; Deleted scenes with optional director's commentary; "Behind the Scenes" featurette; Beyond the Making of "The Second Chance"; "The Second Chance" FAQ File; Music video: "All in the Serve" by Michael W. Smith; "Action!" - Michael W. Smith & Steve Taylor present at the Gospel Music Awards; J. Don Ferguson's story; Theatrical trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/18/2006
  • UPC: 043396144903
  • Original Release: 2006
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:43:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael W. Smith Ethan Jenkins
Jeff Obafemi Carr Jake Sanders
J. Don Ferguson Jeremiah Jenkins
Lisa Anderson Amanda Sanders
David Alford Parker Richards
Henry Haggard Sonny
Kenda Benward Valerie
Jonathan Taylor Thomas Tony
Calvin Hobson Julius
Bobby Daniels Mayor
Shirley Cody Miss Burdoe
Peggy Walton-Walker Claudia Jenkins
Villa Steele Trina
Technical Credits
Steve Taylor Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Steve Taylor Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Chip Arnold Screenwriter
Henry O. Arnold Associate Producer, Screenwriter
Sheila B Art Director
Kim Coleman Casting
Clarke Gallivan Producer
Ruby Guidara Production Designer
Michael Hagerty Executive Producer
Ben Howard Executive Producer
John Huie Associate Producer
Nick Palladino Sound/Sound Designer
Ben Pearson Associate Producer, Cinematographer, Screenwriter
Devora Ross Asst. Director
Coke Sams Producer
Michael W. Smith Score Composer
Matthew Sterling Editor
Alonzo Wilson Costumes/Costume Designer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Second Chance
1. Start [3:27]
2. That's Right, Honey [3:39]
3. Gravy on Your Shoes [5:55]
4. The Board Met This Morning [2:15]
5. Shake My Head, Jonesy [2:54]
6. She Took the Kid [2:26]
7. Cup of Tea [3:20]
8. Julius Wants Out [2:27]
9. Show Me to My Office [3:00]
10. The Well's Gonna Run Dry [3:56]
11. Ain't a Ball Game, Gucci [3:41]
12. You See That Cross? [2:15]
13. You Calling 911? [4:04]
14. One Lottery Ticket [5:20]
15. Wait Up, Kali [3:02]
16. Still Not Giving You Cash [2:59]
17. Let's Get You a Coat [1:52]
18. Waiting for Applause [5:44]
19. Tony Takes a Beating [4:59]
20. Business Is Picking Up [3:40]
21. I Quit [4:10]
22. Best Friends [3:44]
23. Where's Our Church? [4:44]
24. To Love Our Enemies [5:28]
25. The Solid Rock [3:30]
26. Beautiful Old Church [1:14]
27. Who's In Charge Here? [3:36]
28. Lightning Rod [4:58]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Second Chance
   Play Movie
   Subtitles
      English
      French
      Subtitles Off
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Audio Commentary With Director & Cast: On
      Audio Commentary With Director & Cast: Off
      Deleted Scenes
         Deleted Scenes Commentary by Director Steve Taylor: On
         Deleted Scenes Commentary by Director Steve Taylor: Off
         Play All
         Who's Got a Mullet?
         Hobart's Vibrating
         He's Back to Smoking
         Rehearsal for "New Shoes, Kali?"
      "Behind the Scenes" Featurette
      Beyond the Making of The Second Chance
      The Second Chance F.A.Q. File
      Music Video: "All in the Serve" by Michael W. Smith
      Action! - Presenting at the Gospel Music Awards
      J. Don Ferguson's Story
      Theatrical Trailer
      Previews
         Facing the Giants
         The Gospel
         Left Behind: World at War
         Madison
   Previews
      Facing the Giants
      The Gospel
      Left Behind: World at War
      Madison
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