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Tracey

Matthew -
Thank you so much for this documentary and showing your struggle through this trial. I think that we don't get to see enough of the realistic life of a Christian. I think that Christians are always trying to pretend that everything is great and that they are constantly rejoicing. We don't get to see the human side very often. Those are the times that I am so thankful for the Bible and it's true stories of imperfect people in pain, questioning, feeling faithless. And I am so thankful that you stepped out and shared your story of struggle, humility, and "what ifs" and your victory through Jesus. Life is a struggle, but God gets us through. Thanks again for your honesty. I am eager to see the rest of the documentaries!

Jennifer Eckert

It's good for Christians to be able to see some into the life of the musicians they listen to. It helps make musicians more of a realistic human than someone that's put on a pedestal all too often. Thanks for sharing part of your world with us. Also the Bible reference for: “We have not been given a spirit of fear but of power of love and of a sound mind.” is 2 Timothy 1:7 as it was not listed.

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