Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that War Room is a faith-based drama from the producers of Courageous, Fireproof, and Facing the Giants that follows the trajectory of a family going through some challenging times. As a result, the themes lean toward mature territory -- including infidelity, unemployment, and marital discord. While there's no language, sex, or drinking/smoking to worry about, it's possible that some scenes -- when a man tries to rob people with a knife, for example, or when a man shoves a woman -- could be upsetting for younger viewers (as could the idea of parents not getting along).
A man takes a woman who's not his wife out to dinner. He checks her out, but that's it.
A man flashes a knife during a robbery. A man attacks another and threatens a woman. Loud arguments between a husband and wife.
Forgiveness and faith are the keys to letting anger go.
Some product placement, including Sony, Vaio, and Toyota.
Drugs / Tobacco /
References to a character stealing prescription drugs and considering selling them.