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Lonesome Dove Church DVD Review and #Giveaway

        What family doesn't have problems?!  I know I can tell you it would be fairly easy to write a movie on my family and all of our stories.  It's how we deal with the issues that makes us different than the next family.  Kevin and I come from completely different family backgrounds and especially when it comes to belief's.  So when I was asked to review the movie, Lonesome Dove Church, I thought it might be a perfect one for my family to watch together.


        "Inspired by real events surrounding the founding of the church", Lionsgate Home Entertainment released Lonesome Dove Church on DVD (plus Digital), Digital HD and On Demand on March 24th, 2015.  With awards and nominations like the “Faith-Based” Dove Seal of Approval, Lonesome Dove Church is sure to touch your family as it did mine.

        The synopsis says "John Shepherd (Berenger) is an itinerant preacher with dreams of building his own church. When his estranged son Isaac is accused of robbery and murder, John puts his faith and future on the line by coming to Isaac’s defense, facing off against a cold-blooded killer in a guns-blazing stand for redemption."
        Both myself and Kevin thoroughly enjoyed the film as there so many parts which we could relate to a truly real family and all their faults.  This is definitely an adult themed movie though so I wouldn't recommend for too young of eyes OR ears for that matter!

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Giveaway:  Lionsgate is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a copy of Lonesome Dove Church on DVD to have of their own!

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11 comments:

  1. My biggest accomplishment as a family is working with each other running a family business. It can be difficult working as a family. Thanks for the giveaway. BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

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  2. My biggest accomplishment as an individual is learning to deal with all my health issues and knowing that I have family & friends that care enough to help me when I don't think I can do it anymore.

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  3. Robin ChristofaroApril 7, 2015 at 1:31 AM

    My biggest accomplishment is raising 5 wonderful children! They are healthy, smart, and I'm so proud of them!

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  4. Our biggest accomplishment as a family is having children who care about others and who take care of themselves responsibly.

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  5. Our biggest accomplishment is always staying by each others sides and spending lots of quality family time together instead of always going off on our own doing our own things

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  6. Our biggest accomplish would be all of us four siblings were able to finish college

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  8. My best accomplishment was raising a great woman.

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  9. Going on a trip to Maui...and being able to afford the trip!!

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  10. Probably taking care of my grandmother for 10 years so she wouldn't need to go to a home.

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  11. My biggest accomplishment is I can no longer say I am "poor". Guess I can feel it, but cannot say it. Thank you

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