Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Courageous

**Ok first an update on Lee, his blood sugar and blood pressure are down from a week ago. His bp is almost normal thanks to his medication. His blood sugar is down from a week ago, but still very high, last Wednesday it was 518 this morning his fasting blood sugar was 245, still high but dropping. We were not able to get all his medications until Saturday, so he has been on them only 5 days now. Please keep him in your prayers. Me too! **

Now on to today's post.
I have posed in the past about the Kendrick brothers and their films, Flywheel, Facing the Giants and Fireproof; all made in Albany, Georgia and through their church, Sherwood Baptist Church.
Well their newest film hits the theater in 9 days! September 30th!
Courageous is a movie about fathers. These fathers all are Police Officers

and Courageous is their story.
I encourage you to visit their website to see the trailer and learn more.
http://www.courageousthemovie.com/videos
I can tell you in all honesty well in my opinion anyway,  God has a call on the lives of Alex and Stephen Kendrick. They are wonderful story tellers and the stories they weave teach great lessons in Faith and the love of God.
The movies they write, direct, edit, produce and act in are a blessing that can not be measured.
Every time we watch them (which is often) I feel renewed in my spirit.
If you have not seen any of them yet I hope you will.
I do not have the words to properly express the impact these wonderful films have made in our lives and marriage. What a blessing they are to us.
So set the date for Sept. 30th and make a movie date with your family.

*I am in no way compensated for promoting this, I just love them and I know you will too.*

6 comments:

  1. I am so happy to hear that your husband is doing better. It really is hard to control blood sugar when it gets crazy like that. Hey, better is awesome right???
    Thanks for the 411 on the movie! Can't wait to check it out!!
    xxDaniella

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  2. Thank you for visiting me today Jenny! I appreciate your kind comments. I lived in Albany GA last year, having just moved from there this summer. It's amazing how dull this little town is to produce something so great. Can't wait to see the new movie!

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  3. Wow! You have had alot going on. So happy your husband is doing better. I love that there are still people out there making clean, uplifting movies!

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  4. I'm glad to hear that your hubby's blood sugar is starting to come down. This sure is a learning process isn't it? We're taking it day by day. Take care Jenny
    xo
    Joyce

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  5. Glad to hear your husband is getting better!

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  6. Jenny,,,I am so sorry to hear about your hubby, but so thankful he is going to be okay! I am sure you are getting a ton of advice, but my cousin was diagnosed with it...adult onset...and has had a lot of success with adding cinnamon to his diet. It helps regulate sugar naturally, I think. We will for sure pray for your family!

    Love to YOU!

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