In another scene he is the officer interviewing a witness at a motor vehicle accident. He is also seen in a third fleeting scene, and his wife, Amy, is an extra in the movie.
While Sisson sees his roles as small, he believes the overall film is powerful.
"I think it is extremely entertaining with a great message," Sisson said. "It is geared toward teens. However, there is a message for all ages. Whatever is in your past can be overcome."
Dueker helped write a Bible study that goes with the film entitled "Live It Out." He believes the study would be relevant to teens and adults with its emphasis on grace and dealing with suffering.
Thousands have already seen the movie and feedback has been positive, Dueker said. However, advertising the film is challenging because funds are limited.
"We've released it in a number of cities around the country," Dueker said. "We have to be strategic and go to towns where we have a connection or where people demand the movie."
Dueker and Sisson hope the movie will reach countless people.
"I hope people would learn and understand how important it is to stand firm in faith, even in challenging times," Dueker said. "No matter how far somebody has fallen, they are not beyond the reach of God's grace and love."
Rated PG-13, "King's Faith" tells the story of a foster couple caring for Brendan King, who tries to leave a turbulent gang life behind. However, his past continues to threaten his new family as well as his faith and future.
The film is produced by DiBella and Faith Street Film Partners LLC, a Rochester, N.Y.-based collective of filmmakers, churches and investors.
Stars include Emmy Award-winning actress Lynn Whitfield, Crawford Wilson, Kayla Compton and James McDaniel.
Go to www.kingsfaith.com for more information. Tickets for the 7 p.m. Thursday showing are available at the box office and online through Marquee Cinemas.
Contact writer Charlotte Ferrell Smith at charlo...@dailymail.com or 304-348-1246.