If you have not begun the new Pure Flix series, Eleanor’s Bench then I am here to tell you what you are missing. Eleanor’s Bench shines a light on the juvenile justice system with compassion and purpose. Sometimes we have to practice self control and really feel deserving of love and forgiveness in order to truly understand the root of bad behavior and know when to recognize who needs that second chance and when.
Eleanor Thomas’s success as a Washington DC juvenile court judge is challenged when her inner-city past comes to court and demands more than judgment, prompting her to return to her impoverished neighborhood of youth. Will her renewed sense of purpose reinvigorate her faith?
I am up to episode 4 of this series and have found myself binge watching because I am hooked. By now in this Episode, Eleanor is deep in the case of Jewels and Drayvon. Now that Drayvon in Motherless and in need of a family, Eleanor struggles with a promise made to a late friend, Natasha- Jewles’ Mother. This episode reminds us that God’s mercy and grace should be poured out to all of those we know. It is bigger than guilt! You will feel sadness, you will hope and you will be reminded of the power of prayer.
If you are not familiar with Pure Flix, it is a streaming channel of family-friendly faith-based series and movies. As with the series, Eleanor’s Bench, you can find learning sessions after each show with activities to do as a group or solo to help dissect each episode and the lessons and reminder they offer. Join Pure Flix now and watch Eleanor’s Bench!
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