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Resources for the new Desmond Doss movie, "Hacksaw Ridge"

 

"Hacksaw Ridge" Talking Points - A Guide for Members

Article by John Bradshaw - New Film on Desmond Doss, Offers Adventists Unique, Unprecedented Opportunity

Interview with Terry Benedict, Director of The Concientious Objector documentary


From Pacific Press®: "Desmond Doss: Conscientious Objector"

The Desmond Doss Council produced and is mailing a Bible study


Guide Magazine has just released a special 16-page Desmond Doss edition written in language kids will relate to and parents will be comfortable with.

How can you #LiveLikeDoss? Desmond Doss's courage and faith in the most difficult situations is inspiring. Please share personal stories and photos of how you and/or your friends are part of the #LiveLikeDoss community on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. Let's generate a lot of authentic stories and images of people who have stood for their personal convictions and made the "higher choice." These individuals may have chosen to sacrifice being loved by others in order to stay true to their self, like Desmond did during the war.

Complementing the debut of "Hacksaw Ridge"* and the telling of the story of Adventist Desmond Doss, It Is Written will be presenting a special three-part series on the life of this World War II hero. Join Pastor John Bradshaw as he visits Doss' memorial and interviews those who knew and loved him, and be inspired by Doss's heroism and faith in God. This special series will air Sundays at 11:30 a.m. ET, starting Nov. 6; and will also be repeated throughout the week. Watch on Hope Channel: DirecTV368; Roku; Hope Channel app; and streaming online. *Please note that the movie is rated R for war violence.