Mending Lines // Trailer
Moving forward requires first looking back.
Welcome to the Grande Ronde River...almost. We invite you away to an intentional space to look deeper into something priceless but easily neglected in the perpetual pace of life, your relationship with your children. Entering this space won’t necessarily be easy, or even always fun, but can be extremely worthwhile.
This Mending Lines series will be arguably unlike any men’s small group you’ve ever experienced. Instead of an author/speaker laying out a clear outlined path forward, we offer you the stories of six men. Three Dads. Three sons. Raw. Unscripted. Broken. Messy. Six episodes where we encounter fathers and sons looking back into their past to write a new chapter for their story ahead.
May their story lead your family line deeper.
Mending Lines is a 6 episode series designed for small groups of fathers.
How To Win A Tickle Fight//Trailer
In 2012, after a gloomy meeting with his oncologist and an even worse accident, Brock and his wife Kristen had a serious talk about recording their lives in order to leave a lasting picture for their son Ben to remember these as good days, to not let them be overshadowed but the gloom that has touched them. They wanted to capture the joy and beauty of their adventures together as a family but found it hard to be in the moment while always thinking about how to document it. Then a chance encounter with young adult cancer survivor and documentary filmmaker Mike Lang opened a realm of possibilities.
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Wrong Way To Hope//Trailer
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