Like Arrows is executive produced by Alex and Stephen Kendrick, and FamilyLife’s Dennis and Barbara Rainey and Bob Lepine. This parenting movie will release in theaters for two nights only, May 1 and May 3. The film will release as part of a significant new parenting initiative called FamilyLife’s Art of Parenting, which will also include a free online video series and an eight-session small group series.
Charlie and Alice begin to lose relationships with each of their children as work and realities of everyday life consume their time. Like Arrows casts a powerful vision for parents, reminding us that nothing is more important for any family than to have God and His Word directing our lives.
Nothing is more rewarding than parenthood, but I’m sure that almost every parent can agree that parenting isn’t for the faint-hearted. Many mothers may feel like a “one-woman circus” since life is a constant juggling act of countless tasks and roles. With the demands of everyday life, it is effortlessly easy to get overwhelmed! You’re apt to have more to do yet have less time to accomplish it all, especially when you’re a parent. Parenting requires balance, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that we’ll have our ducks in a row at all times! What works for one mother may not work for another (or her children), but having patience, faith, and hope can make a world of a difference. These attributes can help us endure those difficult times even when we’re facing conflict, rebellion, or resentment.
In Like Arrows, Charlie and Alice experience the joys and challenges when it comes to raising children. Over the years, experience teaches them the cruciality of being in the present and listening to their children, especially when it comes to shaping and molding their lives at a young age. In due time, they learn the true meaning of family and the power of prayer.
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“Like Arrows in the hands of a warrior, so are the children of one’s youth.” – Psalm 127:4