Irreplaceable Movie License On Sale! $199.00 / ea.SKU: DL1624292
DescriptionShow this compelling documentary experienced by more than 115,000 people in over 700 theaters in your church and support traditional family values in your community. The Movie License includes:
- DVD with feature length documentary
- Annual site license for 1 location
- Movie Event Planning Guide
- Discussion Questions
"Very thought provoking" ~ TONY DUNGY, pro football head coach and best-selling author Very powerful! Should be mandatory viewing for America ... the world!" ~WESS STAFFORD, author & former president and CEO of Compassion International. *Available in all Territories.
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About The Film
When the family is weakened, society suffers. But strong families make the world a better place.Now your church has the opportunity to share the pro-family documentary film Irreplaceable with your community a one-night event experienced by more than 115,000 people in May 2014 in over 700 theaters. This stirring film dives deep into the state of the family to find what's led us to the brokenness too many families experience. It then provides the insight and real-life stories needed to better understand God's design for the family and confidently engage your neighbors, friends and sons and daughters on issues like the prevalence of anything goes sexuality the decline of marital commitment and the rise of fatherlessness. The film culminates with a panel discussion moderated by Focus on the Family president Jim Daly, and invites viewers to dive deeper into Gods design for the family via the small group study, The Family Project. Some of the subject matter in Irreplaceable covers topics that deal with sexuality and family issues that may be too explicit for children. You know your children best, but Focus on the Family suggests ages 15 and older