U.S. Army Chaplain Darren Turner (Justin Bruening) finds himself deployed to Iraq soon after finishing his training to aid in the ongoing war. His commitment to serve and protect is tested however when his own wife (Sarah Drew) and family, personal relationships, and faith begin to suffer through his actions and choices. This wartime drama is directed and co-written by David G. Evans with writers Cheryl McKay and Peter White.~Zach Atreiu Pinpin
Heart of Indivisible
Interviews with Sarah Drew, Tia Mowry, cast and crew
My wife and I were able to see this movie in our local movie theater and were happy we were able to purchase it at a good price from BestBuy and we are looking forward to watching it as often as we want.
The story of the struggles that come with soldiers and their families during and after active duty is so often never told and worse not cared about by non military people. This movie is an eye opener and
very well done which give people like me an inside track into the lives of military families. The fact that the main character was a Chaplin and still had to over come the real challenges that face every person involved in war was keeping things real and they did not sugar coat it.
Having faith in God and humbly trusting Him to have the answers to life's problems is the only way to finding true success and happiness in life. With Jesus we have everything we need.