Indivisible Review

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9.5

Amazing

Indivisible is an extraordinary film based on a true story, it is inspirational, emotional, gripping and powerful. This is a must see film.

The film is based on the true story of US Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife Heather. They have a strong faith-filled marriage and are ready to follow their calling. Chaplain Turner has come fresh out of seminary and basic training and have moved to Fort Stewart. However before they can unpack, Darren is deployed to Iraq. Heather is left to take care of their three young children alone, while serving the families of other deployed soldiers. 

Darren tries to outreach to the Battalion, answering questions and breaking through cold hearts while the harsh realities of war begin to take their toll. At home babies have been born, children have grown and nerves have been frayed, while awaiting the return of their loved ones from the war. 

The long awaited homecoming however is much different than anticipated, with deeply etched battle scars and burdens, the Turners face one more battle, the fight to save their marriage.

The Turner’s fight for their marriage is real as they both struggle to re-connect with each other after the war with Darren suffering with PTSD and a weakened faith. However they don’t give up, it is a fight and a struggle, but with God, their marriage is made stronger.

With strong production, direction and incredible acting from Sarah Drew and Justin Bruening, this film is raw, passionate and emotional. It joins the ranks as one the best Christian films.

This is such a powerful real life story, that depicts the harshness of war and the effects it has on those serving our countries. Not just the physical effects, but also the psychological, spiritual and marital effects. 

This film serves as a reminder to pray for those in our armed forces, their families and their marriages. It is a respectfully made film and many people, especially those that have been through similar circumstances will be able to relate, and this film could even help those who are still struggling.

Indivisible is a powerful must see film, a true story that is raw, emotional and gripping. It is an eye opening film, that testifies to faithfulness and the power of God’s mercy.

Summary

Indivisible is a powerful must see film, a true story that is raw, emotional and gripping. It is an eye opening film, that testifies to faithfulness and the power of God’s mercy.
9.5

Amazing

Richard Smith is the founder of The Christian Film Review. His passion is to generate a buzz about Christian film and get people informed and excited about Christian films, showcasing the alternatives that in this day in age are a light in the darkness of what society is promoting.

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