Father of Lights DVD Review

Have you ever wondered what God would look like? Filmmaker Darren Wilson, the director of Finger of God and Furious Love concludes his documentary trilogy with Father of Lights. Recently released by Wanderlust Productions on DVD, Father of Lights is a remarkable quest by the filmmaker to “film God and understand His character.”

Around the world, Darren Wilson and his team of investigators meet spiritual people including Hindu holy men, witch doctors, Christian leaders and Muslims in an attempt to answer the question, “Who is the Father?”

Father of Lights

I have never seen the first two installments of this trilogy but none the less I was intrigued to view this title. I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect but was very impressed with this story. This thoughtful compilation of real-life spiritual encounters with Him experienced by people around the globe was fascinating to me. It left me feeling inspired and at awe of how God works in the lives of ordinary people like me in every corner of the Earth. The stories voiced in this documentary are awe inspiring and it is encouraging to know that the light shines through darkness despite hardship and the challenges of life.

I will definitely view the first two documentaries by Darren Wilson and encourage all of my friends and family to view Father of Lights.

You can view the trailer or learn more about Father of Lights by visiting the website and it can be purchased (SRP is $24.99) online at retailers such as Amazon.com.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

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Maureen is a SAHM who left the Corporate healthcare field to home educate her 6, 7 and 8 year old children. She is a voracious reader for both herself & her kids and also enjoys a natural and organic lifestyle. She lives in Orlando, Fl with her husband Mark, three children and 5 year old boxer, Jack.

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