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Title:Indivisible - Film Screening
Date:3/23/2019 (Saturday)
Address:Lighthouse Baptist Church, 90 Mechanicsville Rd, Hinesburg VT
Location:Hinesburg, VT
Hours:7:00PM
Cost/Cover:Free
Web Page:https://www.facebook.com/events/1995114757192979/
Contact Info:Faith and Family Films PO Box 91 Randolph VT 05060 802-565-8013
Details:One night only film screening of the hit film “Indivisible” at Lighthouse Baptist Church.

Film Synopsis - Darren Turner had barely been commissioned as an Army chaplain when he learned that he was being deployed to Iraq in 2007. And that sudden transition, frankly, left him in a state of shock.

I mean, it's not that he wasn't eager to serve the soldiers in that war zone. He was. After all, plenty of soldiers need spiritual and emotional encouragement when the bullets start flying and loved ones are so far away. And it isn't as if he and his wife, Heather, hadn't already discussed this possibility. They had. In fact, they both agreed that they felt called to this very mission and ministry.

But leaving your beautiful wife and three beautiful children on the spur of a moment is tough. Really tough. Especially since they had pretty much just arrived at Georgia's Fort Stewart right after Darren's commissioning. They weren't even settled yet.

That, however, is what Darren signed up for. He gave his commitment to the U.S. government. But much more importantly, he gave his commitment to a higher Authority. If that's where God wanted him, then that's where he'd go.

War, though, demands a price. It doesn't matter if you're a grunt on the dusty streets of an Iraqi village or a chaplain on his dusty knees: Sniper fire, explosive ambushes, mortar attacks and RPG missiles take a terrible toll on everyone involved.

And while Darren does his very best to heal the emotional injuries of the hurting troops around him, he doesn't realize that he's incurring some horrible emotional wounds himself. The kind you don't readily see or recognize. They're the kind that steal away everything from your self-confidence to your faith.

And even when you head back home into the arms of those you love most, those debilitating-yet-invisible wounds remain. And they're so very, very hard to heal.
Event is:One Day Only
Audience:All Welcome
Category:Festival, Film
Submitted by:Joe Roche
 
 
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