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Peacable Kingdom Movie Showing

As the final showing in the Healthy Body Healthy Lives Nutrition video series we will be showing the movie "The Peaceable Kingdom" at 7:00 PM in Fellowship Hall.

The movie gets into the spiritual part of nutrition.  That is, ,we get into the the deeper, moral aspects of where our food comes from.

After the movie there will be an opportunity for discussion.
http://www.peaceablekingdomfilm.org/
and
http://www.fpc-stow-acton.org/article/peacable-kingdom-move

Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home
A Tribe of Heart Documentary
©2012, USA, 78 min
Multi-lingual DVD: SDH, Spanish, French, Portuguese

Director: Jenny Stein
Producer: James LaVeck
Associate Producers: Eric Huang, Kevin Smith
Musical Score: Kevin Bartlett, Joy Askew

A riveting story of transformation and healing, PEACEABLE KINGDOM: THE JOURNEY HOME explores the awakening conscience of several people who grew up in traditional farming culture and who have now come to question the basic assumptions of their way of life. Presented through a woven tapestry of memories, music, and breathtaking accounts of life-altering moments, the film provides insight into the farmers' sometimes amazing connections with the animals under their care, while also making clear the complex web of social, psychological and economic forces that have led them to their present dilemma. As the final showing in the Healthy Body Healthy Lives Nutrition video series we will be showing the movie "The Peaceable Kingdom" at 7:00 PM in Fellowship Hall.  Thank you Rick and Sharon for providing the video.

The movie gets into the spiritual part of nutrition.  That is, ,we get into the the deeper, moral aspects of where our food comes from.

After the movie there will be an opportunity for discussion.
Joris Wils

Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home
A Tribe of Heart Documentary
©2012, USA, 78 min
Multi-lingual DVD: SDH, Spanish, French, Portuguese

Director: Jenny Stein
Producer: James LaVeck
Associate Producers: Eric Huang, Kevin Smith
Musical Score: Kevin Bartlett, Joy Askew

A riveting story of transformation and healing, PEACEABLE KINGDOM: THE JOURNEY HOME explores the awakening conscience of several people who grew up in traditional farming culture and who have now come to question the basic assumptions of their way of life. Presented through a woven tapestry of memories, music, and breathtaking accounts of life-altering moments, the film provides insight into the farmers' sometimes amazing connections with the animals under their care, while also making clear the complex web of social, psychological and economic forces that have led them to their present dilemma. As the final showing in the Healthy Body Healthy Lives Nutrition video series we will be showing the movie "The Peaceable Kingdom" at 7:00 PM in Fellowship Hall. Thank you Rick and Sharon for providing the video.

The movie gets into the spiritual part of nutrition. That is, ,we get into the the deeper, moral aspects of where our food comes from.

After the movie there will be an opportunity for discussion.

Joris Wils

Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home
A Tribe of Heart Documentary
©2012, USA, 78 min
Multi-lingual DVD: SDH, Spanish, French, Portuguese

Director: Jenny Stein
Producer: James LaVeck
Associate Producers: Eric Huang, Kevin Smith
Musical Score: Kevin Bartlett, Joy Askew

A riveting story of transformation and healing, PEACEABLE KINGDOM: THE JOURNEY HOME explores the awakening conscience of several people who grew up in traditional farming culture and who have now come to question the basic assumptions of their way of life. Presented through a woven tapestry of memories, music, and breathtaking accounts of life-altering moments, the film provides insight into the farmers' sometimes amazing connections with the animals under their care, while also making clear the complex web of social, psychological and economic forces that have led them to their present dilemma.

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  • Victoria M.

    Sorry to cancel at the last minute but I need to take care of some things.

    May 31, 2013

  • Elizabeth G.

    This is a fantastic film--moving, informative, inspirational, and heart-wrenching all at once.

    May 24, 2013

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