Friday, August 15, 2014

The Veil of Tears DVD

I'm not real big on documentary films, but this one was truly an eye opener.  It is very well done and will keep the attention of most anyone interested in mission work and wanting to make a difference in a culture that is seeking for a new way of life, a culture that needs hope, a culture that needs the Lord.  It is a movie that would be worth the while to show to a youth group seeking to do a mission work in a needy place. 

This gripping new documentary film tells the untold story of millions of women in India who are culturally oppressed for no other reason than the fact that they are women. However, despite the centuries of oppression, there are those who are reaching out and bringing hope to these women.

These are the faces of true survivors. Those who have withstood a lifetime of adversity in the face of a culture stacked against them. Take a heartfelt journey through the eyes of these women, and others, who unveil their personal stories of persecution, rejection, abandonment, tragedy and even triumph. Get a glimpse of the true resilience of the human spirit and the hope that has changed the lives of millions like these and is helping change millions more.

Narrated by Grammy-Nominated Recording Artist Natalie Grant, this film was shot on-location across the stunning nation of India in some of the most remote tribal villages in the world today. This is a journey where few outsiders have gone before.

While the film, "Veil of Tears", brings into focus the truth behind a dark reality existing in the world today, we are excited to highlight the hope being given to countless millions of women each day through the work and ministry of GFA.

Visit the Veil of Tears web site here.

A copy of this dvd was provided in exchange for my honest review by Edify Media

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