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Resource: DVD (BROPRI) Broken To Peace     
Author: Price, Mark
Publisher: EcuFilm, 2010
Vendor: Ecufilm
Length: 6 sessions
Heading: PSG — Personal Spiritual Growth
Subjects: Grief; Personal Growth
Location: PSG
# Copies: 1
ISBN/ISSN: 9781878946072
 Description: Bad things happen to good people. Good parents have children who become addicted to drugs. Reliable breadwinners lose their jobs. Innocent children have parents who hurt them. Healthy folks get sick. Accidents happen. And yes, even Christians take anti-depressants.
Many of us live our problems in silence, but Broken to Peace features interviews with men and women who are living their lives—and faith—out loud. Using their pain to educate, inspire and help others, the straight-from-the-heart Christians featured in this compelling video series tell real life stories about the troubles that brought them to their knees—breast cancer, job loss, addiction, loss of a child, clinical depression and physical abuse. With God as their support, they were able to rise again, one step at a time, and continue their walk towards spiritual healing and human wholeness.
Broken to Peace is a six-part study series that focuses on personal issues many Christians face in the realities of everyday life. The emotionally raw testimony of Christians featured in the video will stimulate authentic discussion between study participants who may choose themselves to reveal times and circumstances when life’s burdens threatened their spiritual health and sanity. With the help of a downloadable leader’s guide, the group’s leader will be equipped with the devotional tools and discussion starters that serve as catalysts for thought-provoking conversation, constructive debate and personal sharing.

Difficult situations often bring out our best spiritual qualities. When we share our losses and all that we have learned from them, we gather courage and can become a source of clarity. It is then that our walk—no matter how crooked—may offer a shortcut to hope for someone else.
Age Groups: Adult (30-65)

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