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the least of these, starring tayla lynn
The Least of These Movie Review by Dove 1024 576 Chase Jennings

The Least of These Movie Review by Dove

Thank you Dove for the wonderful review!:

When Rose isn’t working as a waitress at Jack’s O’houlihans, she and her daughter Katie live in their car and do the best they can to make it from day to day. Rose’s past experiences have made her fearful and frustrated, and it comes out in her interactions with others, which can be identified early on when Rose serves a meal to Santa Claus in the restaurant she works for and also serves up a piece of her mind.

The film follows Rose and Katie throughout a Christmas season that brings tremendous change to their lives. Katie’s love for Jesus is inspiring to Rose and often times makes her think more deeply about her faith and the way she treats people.

The pair’s chance encounter with Mr. Claus himself set them up to receive more compassion and love in one season than they have ever known.

The Dove Take This film invites the viewer into a story that is not the norm for holiday films, and that is its charm. This is a great film for families to watch and discuss with each other. Themes of suffering, overcoming, generosity, victory, and the faithfulness of God provide a beautiful backdrop to assist families in important gospel-centered conversations that help to deepen one’s understanding of Christmas. It is Dove’s delight to award it with the All Ages Dove Seal of Approval.

* Originally posted on dove.org

We are so excited and grateful for our first review from dove.org!

Making a film that is faith-based an inspirational is the job that we set out to do to be recognized for that is all God.

After laying my mother to rest this year-I can only hope that as my faith has offered me so much peace that this film can bring that same message-one of what God can do it we trust Him. One of Hope and faith. My prayer is That it pours from the film with love into your home. Into your heart.

Go boldly. Go bravely.

I love you

The Least of These, starring Tayla Lynn is set to be released on DVD October 2018 📀🎥!

Even When You Think You Can’t, You CAN 1000 667 Chase Jennings

Even When You Think You Can’t, You CAN

“You never have to drink again.” That is what one wise woman told me once. And when you’re sitting in the middle of things that are hard, as a recovering alcoholic and drug attic and someone who struggles with eating disorders…spends too much money, and body stuff..the first thing that you go to are the things that are gonna ease the pain. I would have done that in the past.

I’m also a lover of Jesus Christ. I love the Lord. And to just be sitting with him and really be hanging onto the women who show me how to walk in sobriety and listening to that holy spirit guide me and tell me what to. I got sober so I could do that — so I could be a granddaughter, a mom… My little boy was sick and I had to rush home at 6 this morning because I stayed in Nashville to be closer to my grandmother. I got sober to be able to do things like that.

My whole point — and I’ve made 50 videos trying to say it right and I don’t think I ever will (it’s progress not perfection) — so I’ll just say: Anybody who is out there struggling with the bottle or drugs, there are those of us out there who have done it, so you can do it too. Without sobriety, I would have nothing with all that it brings me, along with my connection to God and the love that I feel. Even sadness — I get to cling to something that’s real instead of something that’s going to make me feel like crap about myself at the end of the day.
You can do it. Stay sober. Feel free. Love God and stay close to him. And even in sadness, life is so beautiful. To be able to feel with a pure heart and be of service is so huge. One small video from my front porch in Hurricane Mills won’t convey the feeling that my heart is having so I’ll end it at that.

xo Tayla

Quick Life Lesson from Turts 1000 667 Chase Jennings

Quick Life Lesson from Turts

If I could give one piece of advice….Unsolicited obv. Stay the course. Do not give up. Throw prayer and God at the top middle bottom and everywhere in between.

Be willing to hurt some for what you want. It is the PROCESS that makes it sweeter. ALWAYS BE KIND and be a woman/man of INTEGRITY.

Treat people well..Go out and smile and be nice as much as your soul can handle then be nice just once more. We can always take one more step, so be nice one more time.

Anger solves nothing. Getting all mad and grody throwin your negatives all over tarnation is so barf. AIn’t nobody tryin to be friends with you when you act like that. I lost it yesterday morning because I WAS IN FEAR…..I got angry. I said some things. I acted out in anger. BARF. Do you ever feel good after you a thug? Naw. Naw you don’t. Sling Pos, not Negs son.

Sometimes you need a 3rd party. My husband and I struggled yesterday with shifting into new roles. We involved a 3rd party for relief. To get centered. We walked away both learning something yesterday. Do NOT shut down. DO NOT name call or be barf (we didn’t do this PSA). If you disagree, walk away, get some insight, look at YOUR part, not his/hers…YOURS. Then calmly talk later. We literally walked away with the simplest but life altering lessons yesterday.

Trust your gut and do what is RIGHT between you and God. You know God. You know right from wrong. BE THE RIGHT even when the rest is going wrong. SHOW UP. You know what it means to be a good servant of the Lord and what it means to be a punk. Be cool. Trust yourself. TRUST YOURSELF. Seek yourself through God in Prayer. He will guide you. HE WILL GUIDE YOU.



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