If you didn’t get an opportunity to see the faith based film, The Heart of Man, when it was in theaters, you can check it out now on Netflix.
After a successful theatrical release with Fathom and an ongoing global tour, The Heart of Man has officially started streaming on Netflix.
The powerful, and life transforming faith based film, explores the roots of shame through a retelling of the ancient prodigal son story, paired with powerful visuals, and intertwined with real-life voices and TRANSPARENT testimonies. The famous parable is UNRAVELED and reflected upon through interviews with prominent authors William Paul Young (“The Shack”), Dr. Dan Allender (“The Wounded Heart”) and renowned spoken word artist Jackie Hill Perry, among others.
Some of us are too broken to think that far outside of ourselves.
The film invites its viewers to leave behind their broken, moralistic and religious way of thinking and relating to God and to others. Once we begin to know who God is (and as a result who we are), we have something to invite the world into. Freedom from performance. Freedom from managing our behavior so we appear acceptable to God. Freedom from our addictions, compulsive behaviors, secrecy and double lives. This film tears the veil of confusion over the church’s current identity crisis and enables it to invite the rest of the world to the banquet God is throwing all of us.[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYDvRgj35OM[/embedyt]
Grab your tissue (because you’re going to need it) and check out The Heart of Man on Netflix today.