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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Home Run Releases Tomorrow

I have intentionally not repeated myself in this blog, today I make an exception.  The movie I reviewed last December, Home Run, releases tomorrow.  I highly recommend this movie.  It will be a good one to talk through with your kids.  Here is my original post:

A few weeks ago I was invited to screen a film that was shot here in Tulsa.  “Home Run" is scheduled for release sometime in the spring of 2013.  Make sure you see this film.
Generational sin is real and impacts nearly all of us.  The upcoming movie, Home Run, deals well with that theme.
If you have read Wild at Heart, you are familiar with the idea of the father wound.  That concept is a subset of the overall theme of generational sin and bondage to which God refers in Exodus 2:5; 34:7; Numbers 14:18; and Deuteronomy 5:9.  This film explores that crucial theme in great detail, showing both the impact on the generations as well as extending hope on the breaking of that generational cycle.

The film is a study of recognizing, confronting unsuccessfully, and finally breaking that cycle through the power of grace, forgiveness, relationship, and the help of believing community.  It is done well.  The production quality is high.  The work extends to another level the quality of Christian Films that has been set by Sherwood Baptist.

We need to support this film not only because it is an unabashed Christian film, but also because the message will strike home deeply with men.

I will keep you updated on the film as I get more information.

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