God Bless the Broken Road

By: American Decency Staff


Are you aware that Fremont native, Jennifer Graeser Dornbush, is the author of the book God Bless the Broken Road, and that there is a movie based on her book? Did you know that you have an opportunity to hear Jennifer speak and ask her questions?

Come for a double blessing!

First, the American Decency Association is privileged to host select showings of God Bless the Broken Road on Friday, December 7 at 1:00 PM and 7:00 PM at our headquarters, located at 203 E. Main St, in Fremont, MI. To watch the movie trailer click here.

Secondly, Jennifer Dornbush, daughter of Dr. Graeser and the author and screenwriter of God Bless the Broken Road, will be joining us for this screening, will introduce the movie, and participate in a Q&A session following the viewing.

Movie Guidegives this review for God Bless the Broken Road:

GOD BLESS THE BROKEN ROAD tells a profound, poignant story. Amanda is a picture-perfect wife and mother. She has a beautiful voice and sings in the church choir. When her husband is killed in Afghanistan, Amanda doesn’t want to do anything, not even go to church. All Amanda has left is the house and her ring, and she pawns the ring and loses the house. How can Amanda see God’s love in the midst of all these trials and tribulations? How can she be reconciled with her daughter and mother-in-law?

GOD BLESS THE BROKEN ROAD is very well crafted, with good direction and fine acting. The story is heartrending and poignant, with great orchestration of some lighter moments that keep from being maudlin. It’s a testimony to the price everyone needs to pay to defend our freedoms, not just the soldiers but also the families. It’s also a great refutation of bad theology that helps viewers realize the depth of God’s love in the midst of trials and tribulations. MOVIEGUIDE® advises slight caution for people who are sensitive to psychological pain.

Jennifer’s webpage describes her as a “writer, speaker, and forensic specialist whose work liberates people from their prisons of loneliness by lifting them into hope, joy, and purpose so they may connect, contribute, and belong.

There are many, especially this time of year, who find themselves lonely or lostor find it a challenge to possess hope, joy, or gratitude. Others find they are angry at God and don’t know what to do about it. This is a movie which has encouraged others to not only cling to their faith in the midst of desperation but to seek to find solace, peace, hope, and joy in Jesus.

If you know anyone who finds this time of year to be challenging, we would encourage you to bring them with you. This is both a wonderful opportunity to view God Bless the Broken Road and to speak with its author, Jennifer Graeser Dornbush.

Join us on Friday, December 7 at 1:00 PM or 7:00 PM for a night of family-friendly entertainment and to be encouraged.

A third opportunity of blessing…

We love doing the Lord’s work, seeking His will in what conferences to have, which speakers to bring, what movies to show, as well as the many other tasks which God has charged us with. It’s a great blessing to encourage, educate, and stir those of you who God has brought into our sphere of influence. Thank you for being a part of our ministry.

We are also full of gratitude that God has moved His people to support us with financial gifts and heartfelt prayers. Yet as we come to the end of the year, we find ourselves in need of financial help. We need the continued help of financial support from God’s people to continue doing God’s work.

We will always continue to walk in faith and obedience to Jesus.  Please prayerfully consider coming alongside us during this time of financial need.

To support our efforts please click here or mail your gift to American Decency Association (ADA), PO Box 202, Fremont, MI 49412. 

 American Decency Association is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.


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