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    For the next 59 days (and counting) the movie Divided will be free to watch online. This is a must see for everyone young and old! Here is a link to there website... Divided the Movie This documentary is about the modern youth culture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firedup4Jesus
    For the next 59 days (and counting) the movie Divided will be free to watch online. This is a must see for everyone young and old! Here is a link to there website... Divided the Movie This documentary is about the modern youth culture.

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    I recently heard about the free version, but hadn't checked into it yet. I've heard a lot about this video but haven't watched it yet. Thanks for posting!!
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    I just saw it this week. It is truly amazing!
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    I know!! I really enjoyed it! Thanks for everyone who commented...
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    My church watched it one afternoon after worship a few weeks ago. I thought it was really well done for the most part.
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    I'm not entirely au fait with the gist of the programme, but is it actually the case that some churches separate worshippers into individual services or is the programme talking about further studies after a congregational service and whatnot?

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    Thanks for posting this! My whole family watched it and we thought it was really good!
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    Great movie! Thanks for posting!

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    Default Finally got around to watching it!!

    I watched this a few weeks back. It was really good, not because I already agree with the point, but because the producers made sure to come at the topic in a objective manner. They sought to find answers to their questions, and not prove a point.

    I've sent it to some people at my church, which wants to start a youth group. Hopefully it make a difference, but more then likely it will cause ripple effects because "people love their youth (daycare) groups" .

    BTW I got to meet Peter Bradrick a few weeks back (the script writer for the "Divided" movie). That guy is really smart. I enjoyed talking to him (about 30 min.).

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinancialWorld
    I've sent it to some people at my church, which wants to start a youth group. Hopefully it make a difference, but more then likely it will cause ripple effects because "people love their youth (daycare) groups"
    This is so true but I don't understand way, especially, if they are homeschoolers. If they are aware that peer segregated groups are not the most effective way to teach schoolwork, why would they think spiritual lessons would be any different?

    I wish they would have made this movie ten years ago.

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