Indivisible: Movie Will Tell Story of US Army Chaplain (Video)

In 2012, this site noted the story of US Army Chaplain Darren Turner — a chaplain who had served a 15-month tour in Iraq and then returned home to face the very demons he’d tried to help his Soldiers survive. His struggles would eventually lead to separation from his wife. Finally facing reality, he quit the Army and worked to reconcile with his wife. They were soon back together and, as a couple, agreed to rejoin the Army to serve the troops in their calling from God.

Chaplain Turner’s story is the subject of a new movie, Indivisible, which will be in theatres in October. The cast features Sarah Drew, Justin Bruening, and Jason George of the TV show “Grey’s Anatomy.”

The film is based on the life of Army Chaplain Darren Turner, a decorated Iraqi war veteran, who comes home and faces an unexpected emotional struggle that threatens his marriage and the future of his family…

With deeply etched battle scars, the soldiers’ long-awaited homecoming is much different than any of their families anticipated. Carrying burdens the other can’t comprehend, the Turners must decide if they’re willing to face one more battle: the fight to save their marriage.

The chaplaincy in combat, faith, family, and profession? Sounds like it could be a winner.

See the trailer:

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One comment

  • I have not seen the movie, but I’ve known and worked with Darren in the past. I’ve known him to be a good, caring, and real Army chaplain. I look forward to seeing the movie. Thanks for bringing this to the public’s attention.

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