Knowing Leads to Healing

It’s easy to vilify names, faces and images. Online. On social media. In the news–real, fake or a mix of both. The only way to know the truth is to know someone. To listen, to learn, and to care for them despite what we thought we knew. May we ignore the sound bites and discover the real, hurting, angry, misunderstood people in our midst.

Only then will there be true healing.

My new feature film Healing River was released earlier than originally planned because our production company sensed that the world was desperate for stories of physical, emotional, spiritual and cultural healing — right now.

Knowing leads to healing. Healing River has been called “honest…real…gritty…truthful…raw…powerful…compelling…a roller coast ride of emotions…one that people can’t afford to miss…a must-see movie…a story of encouragement and hope…and one that speaks profoundly to the human condition.” (Amazon reviews)

To watch or order it now click on the image below!

About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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23 Responses to Knowing Leads to Healing

  1. A wonderful message for our day!

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  2. cindy knoke says:

    So timely and important.

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  3. Might just have to wAtch this tonight

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  4. This is great, Mitch! Perfect timing! Really looking forward to seeing your film! The world definitely needs a message of hope and healing right now. God bless!

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  5. bon says:

    ❤️: “Knowing leads to healing.”

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  6. c.f. leach says:

    Mitch you are so on point with that. In Chapter 2 of my book Faithwalkers I wrote,.” Right there she shifted from belief to knowing and the knowing cannot be changed. Why? She got the revelation God’s Word would produce what she sought because Faith said “My confidence rests in knowing the One who spoke life into existence and His Word is immutable.”(Isaiah 55:11) Simply put, she made the shift when ‘rhema’ became ‘logos’. Blessings and Peace.

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  7. A.P. says:

    So true, Mitch.

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  8. Congratulations on the new film.

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  9. K.L. Hale says:

    One of my favorites of all-time 💚

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    • mitchteemley says:

      You’re referring to the post, I assume. Either way, thank you, Karla!

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      • K.L. Hale says:

        Hi Mitch! Actually, I was referring to the movie along with the post. (many of my family members have watched it as well). And the post wraps it up nicely (we do not really know the hearts of others until we listen and care)~vilifying is easy! Understanding and learning takes patience, love, time, and understanding. For me it flows from my faith and relationship with Christ.

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      • mitchteemley says:

        Ah, thank you so much, Karla. Do encourage your family members to rate it on IMDb (1 to 10 stars), if they haven’t already–we’re still trying to counter the low total rating created by internet trolls when it first premiered. Your family members are welcome to review it on Amazon too, of course. ;>) Blessings.

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  10. Mary Jane says:

    Huge congratulations! I am looking forward to watching this!

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