My husband and I just finished watching the new movie Like Arrows. It was very eye opening to watch a family go from pregnancy to their children’s adulthood. I feel like we are in the midst of it now with a teenager and a toddler. What we do now matters and it’s never too late to change your family’s direction.
Throughout the movie, we laughed, we cried, but most of all, we could relate with their challenges.
About the Movie:
When conflict, rebellion, and resentment overwhelm their family, Charlie and Alice are forced to rethink their parenting strategy. In the process, they realize how critical intentionality and focus are when shaping and molding young lives. FamilyLife’s first feature film explores the challenges and joys that come with raising children. Through a journey that unfolds over 50 years, Charlie and Alice discover the unmistakable power of family. Together, they learn that knowing and living by God’s Word is what brings transformation and hope to any family.
You can view the trailer below:
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Would love to see this with my husband. Thank you for the opportunity to win tickets!
I woild love to win these tickets and see this movie with my husband. Pre-teen years have brought on many parenting challenges and we are always looking for parenting encouragement.
Cassandra D says
Tara Stiffler says
I’d love to see this one with either my husband or my mom. With my husband, I feel like it would help us keep our current stage of life in perspective and remind us of where we’ve been and what we have to think about in the future. I think it would affect us as a couple and as parents raising a young teen. I’d see it with my mom because she’s been with me through every stage of my life and I think it would be a wonderful mother-daughter thing to do here at Mother’s Day.
Ellie Wright says
My husband and I plan to go see this.
Holly Wright says
I would watch it with my husband. He is always my movie watching partner.