Just Believe

DVD Release: December 16, 2014
Just Believe


Since his involvement in a fatal car crash three years ago, Jayson begins to realize that he is no longer ill and that his body abnormally heals itself. Then, through a chance encounter, he discovers his unique and divine ability can also be used to help others. However, as revelations into his past provide desperately sought answers, Jayson’s search adversely provokes an unforgiving antagonist. Through this conflict, Jayson discovers his true destiny: a firm belief that he can, in some measure, undo the tragic events from his past.

Dove Review

“Just Believe” is a faith-based story which shows that miracles can occur if people believe and are willing to wait on them. Jason (Jason Riley Hoss) is a man with regrets. He had an allergic food reaction while driving and didn’t pull over. He wound up in an accident, in which a woman died and her young daughter went into a coma. But something miraculous happens. After Jason is badly injured on his job, with a lot of flowing blood as a result, he goes to the doctor, but the doctor finds no wound. He is whole. While at the same office, Jason reaches to steady a young boy in a cast who almost falls, and the young boy’s broken leg is healed. The boy walks out of the office on his own. Jason becomes known as the “healer” and people start to come to him. He was raised in church but hasn’t gone in a long while, and he begins to search out answers as to why God is using him like this. He finds the answer through scriptures found in Mark and Luke and written down in a certain man’s book, a man who was praying for Jason after the accident.

Jason meets a reporter named Sophia who wants a story from him. He doesn’t want publicity but finally agrees to a story as long as no cameras are present. Ultimately, the father of the little girl in the coma comes to see Jason and is angry with him. Later, when Jason goes to his home to attempt to pray for the girl’s healing, they have an altercation. Nothing will ever be the same, but is the girl healed?

Jason Riley Hoss gives a strong performance as Jason, the healer. “Just Believe” is a captivating film and story in many respects. We are happy to award it our Faith Friendly 12+ Seal! “Just Believe” will captivate you!

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A couple kisses a few times.
Language: G/OMG-4; D-1
Violence: Blood seen on woman and girl, as well as a man, following an accident; a little blood seen on a man after he is injured at work; man holds gun on man; man shoots man and police shoot at him; blood on another girl's face, and she receives prayer.
Drugs: Cigarette smoking in a scene; man seen with beer.
Nudity: Cleavage in a few scenes; shirtless man.
Other: Death and grief; a man feels the pain of others when he prays for their healing; a man holds on to bitterness; tension between a boss and employee and tension between a few other characters.


Company: Macsfilm LLC
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 106 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter