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Like Arrows in Theaters May 1 and 3



Hey neighbors!!

I was given the opportunity to preview the new movie "Like Arrows" produced by Alex and Stephen Kendricks, Dennis and Barbara Rainey (Family Life), and Bob Lepine.  You may remember the Kendricks brothers from movies like; Courageous, War Room, Fireproof, Facing the Giants and Flywheel.  Our family has personally followed the Kendricks brothers from way back with Flywheel.


I stayed up late one night to preview this new film, Like Arrows with two of my daughters.  Just as with the previous movies the Kendricks have worked on we were impressed.  This one started out a little differently and spans a couples life over 50 years.  The movie begins a little slow, and because it leaps forward years several times instead of days, you may find yourself thinking, where is this going.  Hang in there, because it is well worth your time.  This movie deals with issues many parents experience with child raising and will encourage you to set goals and work towards them.  Be prepared to cry.



Movie Synopsis:
When conflict, rebellion, and resentment overwhelm their family, Charlie and
Alice are forced to rethink their parenting strategy. In the process, they realize how
critical intentionality and focus are when shaping and molding young lives. FamilyLife’s
first feature film explores the challenges and joys that come with raising children.
Through a journey that unfolds over 50 years, Charlie and Alice discover the
unmistakable power of family. Together, they learn that knowing and living by God’s
Word is what brings transformation and hope to any family

Movie Synopsis:
When conflict, rebellion, and resentment overwhelm their family, Charlie and
Alice are forced to rethink their parenting strategy. In the process, they realize how
critical intentionality and focus are when shaping and molding young lives. FamilyLife’s
first feature film explores the challenges and joys that come with raising children.
Through a journey that unfolds over 50 years, Charlie and Alice discover the
unmistakable power of family. Together, they learn that knowing and living by God’s
Word is what brings transformation and hope to any family
This movie will only be in theaters May 1 and 3, and is not being released nationwide, so be sure to check HERE for locations near you.


MOVIE SYNOPSIS:
When conflict, rebellion, and resentment overwhelm their family, Charlie and Alice are forced to rethink their parenting strategy. In the process, they realize how critical intentionality and focus are when shaping and molding young lives. FamilyLife’s first feature film explores the challenges and joys that come with raising children. Through a journey that unfolds over 50 years, Charlie and Alice discover the unmistakable power of family. Together, they learn that knowing and living by God’s Word is what brings transformation and hope to any family.

You can find out more HERE about the Family Life Ministries and their Art of Parenting.

Be sure to check out their social media pages and follow them.
Twitter: Here
Facebook: HERE

You can see the teaser trailer on their Facebook page.  I am sure you will enjoy this film, Like Arrows!!

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