'Indivisible' - Movie Trailer Tells True Story Of Army Chaplain

'Indivisible' - Movie Trailer Tells True Story Of Army Chaplain

It’s never easy to watch a loved one leave, especially when they are fighting overseas for our country. But this is the reality that many families in our nation must deal with every single day. They are separated for their family member and must navigate the world without them for a time period. This means celebrating births, birthdays, holidays and more without them by your side. That’s exactly what the upcoming Christian movie, Indivisible, sheds light on.


The film is based on the true story of Darren Turner and his wife Heather. Darren answered the call from the Lord to serve his country as an Army Chaplain. Right after Chaplain Turner finishes seminary and basic training, he is deployed to serve overseas in Iraq. This means that his wife, Heather, is left in their new home to care for their 3 children while adjusting to a new normal. Chaplain Turner’s deployment is not easy and the couple is faced with many hardships throughout the way. Marriage is hard work no matter what, but adding in the stress of a deployment will really test a relationship.

It’s definitely a test that wouldn’t be possible without the Lord at the forefront of their relationship. Just watching the trailer for this film is absolutely captivating. I know this film will hit home for a lot of people and the story looks so powerful. In theaters beginning October 26, the movie stars Sarah Drew, Justin Bruening, Jason George, Tia Mowry, and Madeline Carroll. Who else is going to see this one?