Lilac Maternity Women's Maternity Linen Shorts, Sunflower, Medium

5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

Size: Medium
Color: sunflower
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  • 48% Polyester, 48% Linen, 4% Rayon
  • Made in US
  • Hand Wash
  • Classic lines
  • Rolled cuff
  • Lightweight linen fabric
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  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B004W94J5W
  • Item model number: 800-03
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 12, 2011
  • Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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If you want a fresh, intimate look at the cult problem, especially its effect on families, see this engaging documentary.
My rating may be [is] biased because I have been aware of this film since its
inception ten years ago. I know how difficult it can be to capture the subtle
power of cult influence on members. Too many films in the past have stressed the
sensational or focussed only on cults that end in catastrophic ways. I have been personally involved with the parents of members and ex-members of the controversial Christian sect, aka the Jim Roberts Group, and studied the group for 25 years.

The film shows us that the JRG, one of the many new "Jesus" movements, has been around since the early 1970s. We see clips of when it was featured on Prime Time Live television in 1997. The JRG has had as many as 150 members and now perhaps as few as 50. The group has been nomadic with the purpose of living a primitive Christian lifestyle quided by a literal interpretation of the King James Bible and the charismatic influence of a leader or "the Elder." Typically new members will write brief notes of separation, telling their families not to look for them as they are "serving the Lord."

I have seen the finished product of God Willing three times. Twice on dvd with one viewing among 5 of my clients who wanted to learn how a Bible cult effects families. They were impressed. The film stimulated the depth of discussion I sought with them. The film captures a moment when a mother meets with a daughter who she has not seen in seven years. Other parents mention they have not seen or heard from their son or daughter for over 20.
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