Indivisible

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David G. Evans
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26 October 2018
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Upon returning from serving in the U.S. Army, Chaplain Darren Turner faces a crisis that shatters his Family and Faith in God but through the help of his fellow soldiers, he returns to his faith and family
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  • Top 10 Best Christian Movies of 2018
    Christian movies often get a bad rap. Some of the criticism is deserved, but much of it is not. This year, for example, had its share of cheesy films, but it also had quite a few good ones that entertained and inspired. Here are my 10 favorite Christian films of 2018:
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  • 8 Christian Movies that Rotten Tomatoes Critics Liked
    It’s not easy pleasing movie critics. It’s even more difficult if the subject is a Christian film. The most popular Christian movie of all time – The Passion of the Christ – was liked by only 49 percent of critics at RottenTomatoes.com, the popular go-to website that compiles film reviews. Likewise, the most popular Christian film of 2016, Miracles from Heaven, received a score of 43, while the top faith movie of 2015, War Room, got a 33.
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  • HiT Reviews: ‘Mid90s,’ ‘Indivisible’
    mid90s review Lucas Hedges Sunny Suljic

    The best nostalgia fests reel us in with period references but offer something more substantial … and timeless.

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  • Indivisible Review: A Strong Faith-Based Drama With An Strong Emotional Punch
    It has been a busy year for Christian movies especially actress Madeline Carroll who has been in three films this year I Can Only Imagine, God Bless the Broken Road, and now Indivisible. One thing I credit the Christian genre for doing is bringing to light real-life stories of people who we would have never seen or known about otherwise. Here we have another film based on the True Story of Army chaplain Darren Turner (Justin Bruening) who deploys to Iraq during the height of the War in 2007.

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