What is family and does it still matter in today's society? The documentary Irreplaceable seeks to address these fundamental questions. Its host Tim Sisarich travels the world to explore what "family" really means -- and why it is so important to humanity.
Irreplaceable, the much-anticipated documentary presented by Focus on the Family Canada, seeks to address these fundamental questions. The documentary’s host Tim Sisarich goes on a journey to explore what “family” really means – and why it’s so important to humanity.
Filled with insightful interviews from experts such as National Center for Fathering CEO Carey Casey, neuropsychologist Dr. Anne Moir and philosopher Dr. Roger Scruton, this film discusses the factors that are contributing to the disintegration of the family while also exploring the desire and design for family that God has placed in each of us. Irreplaceable is a timely and provocative documentary that challenges viewers to take a closer look at their own families and to consider what can be done to make them stronger.
While the film explores what family is, The Family Project small-group curriculum, being released in May 2014, will help viewers embrace God’s design even as they grapple with their own brokenness and imperfection.
The Family Project will help families understand their personal significance in God’s great plan, equipping them to live with an eternal perspective and model God’s design for family to their peers, their communities – and to the world around them.
“When you look at a family, you’re looking at a God-designed picture of the gospel. This has profound implications for the Church and for society. The Family Project explores the theology of the family in an informative and accessible manner that lends itself to small group discussion. I highly recommend it!”
– Dr. Russell D. Moore, president of Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission
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