Friday, September 18, 2015

Find a Way DVD Review

A community is rocked when a superstar high school football player never wakes up one morning. His friends are wondering why this happened to such a promising young man.  The football coach whose son happened to be a good friend of the young man that died felt that his father favored the one who died more than his own son.  It was tragic to hear their conversations and even more when the son needed to decide which parent he should live with.  A young lady who knew the boy who passed tired to ignite the need in her family to see others for who they truly are and to be aware of the needs of others instead of focusing on themselves.  These two young people experienced pain and separation in the midst of a crisis in the community, but they eventually did find hope and peace.

This movie was full of regrets and hurts, but eventually as hearts were healed, relationships started to mend and true healing began.  This movie made me think about how I live my life and what I need to do daily to keep God first and give my family the best of me.  It was interesting to see how one person could affect a whole community.  Each person had to find a way to make sense of the situation and deal with the upheaval in their family.  This movie had a good message of hope in the midst of sorrow.
*I was given a complimentary copy of this DVD for review.  All opinions are my own.*

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