1/28/22

Sons of Thunder: Redemption Episode 2 Review & a 3-Month Pure Flix Subscription Giveaway!


By on 1/28/2022 01:05:00 PM

I love finding new television series and movie options that are family friendly--and those that share Christian values and teachings without necessarily preaching.  I recently began watching a few shows and series on PureFlix.  A couple of weeks ago, I shared a review of the Pure Flix series, Sons of Thunder.  If you missed that review, you can check it out here!  Today, I have a review of an episode from the newly released spin-off series, Sons of Thunder: Redemption.  

 


Take a few minutes and learn about this series, read my thoughts on Episode 2 of Sons of Thunder: Redemption--and learn a little about PureFlix and enter for a chance to win a 3-month subscription to PureFlix at the end of this post so that you can find some new binge-worthy shows to hook you in too!

Many thanks to Pure Flix for providing a temporary subscription for this review. Opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. 

 

About Sons of Thunder: Redemption

 

After being released from prison, Jacob, a former biker gang member, tracks down his ex-fiancĂ© at a ranch on the brink of foreclosure to reconcile, but the biker gang that he betrayed isn’t far behind him.

 

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Season 1: Episode 2
To Save Gibson Ranch 
 
 
In this episode, Cooper, the son, decides that a charity rodeo is the answer to save the family ranch. Discussions about God's timing and the value of second chances--as well as the necessity to sometimes set pride aside, come to terms with the past and regrets, and accept help during times of need--focus some of Jacob's faith-filled lessons in this episode for viewers. 
 
 
What did I think of Episode 2 of Sons of Thunder: Redemption?  
 

I would definitely recommend watching Sons of Thunder: Redemption from the first episode. Unlike the original Sons of Thunder series--with Simon moving on from place to place and situation to situation--this season seems to build and grow in place as Jacob seeks to make amends with the mistakes of his past and follow Simon's faithful lead in trusting God's plan and guidance.

Episode 2 lets viewers get to know Jacob, Sandy and the Gibson family just a little more as pieces of the past are revealed and characters are given a little time to share pieces of their personalities and back stories. 


I think I like this season's format a bit better than the original. I enjoy watching the characters learn and grow through the situations and lessons surrounding them--and I enjoy that the short episodes connect further to tell more complete stories for the various characters. Episode 2 doesn't completely resolve the conflicts Jacob and the Gibson family face--but, it offers viewers insights and thoughts to consider and discuss as the dramas unfold. 

 

If you enjoyed the original Sons of Thunder series--give this one a try too. It still offers the same style of faith filled lessons--with fairly clean scenes and stories of redemption and hope. You may find this season a little more believable than last--and the story flow makes it easier to bond with more characters than the lead. 

 

If you haven't yet watched either season--but, enjoy a Christian based series that parents and teens can watch and discuss beyond the screen--I would recommend giving this one a try too.   Some of the scenes are little too "clean" and neat at times--but, the messages of hope and faith are valuable and not too overdone.      

 

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About Angela

Angela is a freelance travel writer and lifestyle blogger, blessed with 3 beautiful daughters, 5 moody cats, 1 spoiled dog, and 1 very supportive husband.

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