A film focusing on the story of the family behind five-time Grammy Award-winning artists for King & Country and Rebecca St. James will hit the big screen this spring. 

Luke Smallbone, one of the brothers that make up for King & Country, says he's been sharing his family's story of losing everything to becoming one of the most well-known families in Christian music at every show for the past decade. 

"I have had a lot of people come up and say, 'Man, Luke, you should write a book,'" said Smallbone. " The truth is, I was homeschooled, so I don't read or write very well. So, we thought maybe we make a movie instead."

And that's exactly what they did. Based on their family's story, Unsung Hero focuses on Helen Smallbone’s faith and how it stands against all odds and inspires her husband and children to hold onto theirs.  

"We wanted to make a real story where people couldn't argue about the truth of it. This is just what happened. We would pray for things, and it happened," Luke explained. "My hope is that people will see this story and say I've got some questions to answer."

At the end of the day, Luke says he hopes people who watch this movie will be inspired to go home and love their families.

"I believe in the power of family," Luke explained. "I think family is more important and more powerful today than it ever has been in the history of the world, but yet we do not value it as such."

The film stars Joel Smallbone, who plays his father, while his brother Ben Smallbone directed it. The film will also star Daisy Betts, Kirrilee Berger, Jonathan Jackson, Lucas Black, Candace Cameron Bure, Terry O'Quinn, and Hillary Scott.

Unsung Hero will hit theatres nationwide on April 26, 2024.