Saturday, May 24, 2014
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
We went with a group of friends to see this last night - not what I was expecting, and absolutely worth the time. We were pleasantly surprised by a couple of moments in particular. As the narrator sets off on a journey to explore what family is and why it is important to society, he determines to start where it all began. He journeys to Greece and Rome, and the first images of faith in the film are of an Orthodox priest. Frederica Matthewes Green is interviewed in the film as well. It was a very moving film about the importance of love and the family within society, with the revelation that the true irreplaceable love is that of our Heavenly father.
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Monday, May 5, 2014
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