256: Redeeming Love

This week Miles, James, and Kat discuss the movie adaptation of Redeeming Love. Written by Francine Rivers, an artist who purposefully incorporates her faith into her work. Join us as we explore this little story that intentionally points to the greatest story of all. We discuss how it’s artistry compares to typical faith-based films. How it uses sensuality to communicate its message and how it helps us understand an often neglected minor prophet in the Bible. Redeeming love shows us a picture of love that moves into dark places and transform broken people.


This episode is brought to you by Francine Rivers’ new book, The Lady’s Mine.

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