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I am really blessed to get an early preview and write reviews for some amazing movies. This one, Like Arrows, was especially great because it is all about my passion and calling, motherhood and parenting. I personally consider it an honor to raise children for the Lord, and I hope after I am long gone that calling is what I was known for. Not that I have done it perfectly but that I have poured my whole heart into it. So, all that said, this movie really hits home. Right from the beginning Jesus and His timing are right in the front and center.
As with most folks the main characters have tons of questions about parenting and also a good amount of fear, Will I be a good parent? Can I do this? HOW will I do this? And as one of the characters points out, they do have instructions, it is all given to us in the Bible.
We are not to raise perfect people, but rather ones who KNOW and love the perfect one ~ Penny Raine
And yet that is not done by preaching or instruction, it is done best by example, by living it, by giving God Glory and by repentance when we do wrong. By giving forgiveness as well as receiving it.
All of these things and more are shown in this movie. And as with every Kendrick brothers movie, you will not be disappointed. Oh, and bring tissues. Especially if you cry at redemption movies.
Children are the living messages we send forth to a time we will not see
about Like Arrows – When conflict, rebellion and resentment overwhelm their family, Charlie and Alice are forced to change their parenting strategy, and are surprised to find effective, life-long solutions were closer than they imagined. FamilyLife’s first feature explores the joys and heartaches of parenting. Through a journey that unfolds over 50 years, Charlie and Alice discover the power of family, and learn that knowing and living by God’s word is the most important key to parenting with purpose.
“Like Arrows” stars Alan Powell (“The Song”), Alex Kendrick (“War Room,” “Courageous”) and newcomer Micah Lynn Hanson. It was directed by Kevin Peeples.
how you can see it- Fathom Events and Collide Media Group partner to present this unique event in U.S. cinemas on Tuesday, May 1 and Thursday, May 3 at 7:00 p.m. local time (both days). Audiences will also experience an exclusive panel discussion featuring Alex and Stephen Kendrick, Dennis and Barbara Rainey, and Bob Lepine after the event. This is NOT a nationwide movie. You will need to check if it is playing in a theater near you. check here to see where it is playing
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