The faith-based film about a U.S Army chaplain hits theaters nationwide in just over a month.
Based on a true story, the movie stars Justin Bruening (Knight Rider & Grey's Anatomy) and Sarah Drew (Grey's Anatomy & Moms' Night Out) playing husband and wife Darren and Heather Turner.
With a strong, faith-filled marriage, the couple feels led to answer God's call to minister to military families. So Darren joins the army as a chaplain. But before they can even unpack their belongs at their new home on base, he is deployed to Iraq.
Directed and co-written by David Evans, who also directed The Grace Card, the film depicts the wrenching stress of war and long deployments on both soldiers and their loved ones. In fact, the Turners' own marriage will hang in the balance.
Is Indivisible worth going to see? It gets the seal of approval from the Kendrick Brothers, the team behind that ultimate Christian marriage movie - Fireproof. Stephen Kendrick says he's already seen it three times and is ready to watch it again, and Alex Kendrick shares a similar sentiment.
"I've seen it three times as well...and I loved it, so we want to give our wholehearted endorsement on Indivisible and encourage you to go see it."
You will have your chance to do just that starting October 26th when Indivisible debuts nationwide. In the meantime, you can take in the trailer.