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War Room : Reviewed

The War Room : Reviewed

"The faith and family drama focuses on the transformative power of PRAYER. The PG-rated film centers on a seemingly perfect family who find desperately needed help for their hidden problems from a wise, elderly widow named Miss Clara. Directed by Alex Kendrick, produced by Stephen Kendrick, and written by Alex Kendrick and Stephen Kendrick, WAR ROOM stars best-selling author Priscilla C. Shirer (New York Times best-selling author and Bible teacher), T.C. Stallings (Courageous), Karen Abercrombie (Rose from the Dead) and Beth Moore (New York Times best-selling author and Bible teacher)with Alex Kendrick (Courageous) and comedian Michael Jr. (The Clean Stand Up Comedy Tour)."

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My Take🎬:


What an INSPIRING story!

PG-rated, the whole family will be able to find some form of inspiration relating to the different characters, but the audience it will mostly…

The Cost - written by iskra

When I look at my life over a period of time, I am, like most and by nature, compelled to lean towards the "work hard and reap the rewards" mentality. Not a bad way of thinking, but might leave you stumped by the "madness" of Grace...

Sometimes the message of Jesus coming down from heaven to save me has become nothing but a safe cacoon I hid in and built my life under...a kind of culture I got use to living in...not really gripping or "feeling" the message; hitting home!

It can also, at times, FEEL like a disconnected, abstract something, floating out there somewhere, too big or other worldly to make any sense of in the here and now. I've found this to be a challenge when life is most challenging, but this Truth is the one that has carried me through. Knowing and sensing that I am loved by Him and not alone.

Sure I've experienced some wonderful things in my life with God as my Father, but there are depths to all relationships, especially the ones c…

Beautiful Moments with Marí Williams

Seize the moment. Remember all those women on the Titanic who waved off the dessert cart. ~Erma Bombeck
My son is at the onset of puberty, so everything seems to have thorns on…any request,
suggestion or discussion from our side must have thorns on, because goodness knows, it
inevitably ends up being a heated discussion.

That boy of ours, such a good-hearted boy and potential by the bucket load. I see it in him,
but because he struggles in school and has to learn 3 times harder than the average kid,
getting involved with his own tomorrow takes lots of effort and hard work….generally not
something commonly found in teenagers. So what is the answer? How do you make
someone care about their own life? How do you get them to buy into the future?

This past week I find myself thinking that this must be exactly what God goes through with
us. He sees the bigger picture. The whole picture. And He has even told us what is to come. He sees the potential and He knows that with a little bit of effort…