Review: Indivisible







Inspired by true events, Indivisible is a story of love, service, and finding each other all over again.

Darren and Heather Turner share a passion for serving God, family, and country. When Darren is deployed to Iraq as an army chaplain, Heather vows to serve military families back home as she cares for the couple’s three young children.

Darren knows he’s overseas to support the troops in their suffering as their chaplain. What he doesn’t know is how he will get through his own dark moments. And as communication from Darren dwindles, Heather wonders what is happening in her husband’s heart. Meanwhile, she’s growing weary in the day-to-day life of a military base—each child’s milestone Darren will never see, each month waiting for orders, each late-night knock on the door.

When Darren returns, he is no longer the husband Heather once knew. She is no longer the woman Darren wed. And so it’s at home that the Turners face their biggest battle: to save their marriage.

Based on the screenplay by David Evans, Indivisible is a tribute to the beauty of serving our country, the courage of choosing love in the darkness, and the power of a God who never gives up hope.

Rating: 4-stars


Indivisible by Travis Thrasher is a novel that all should read. Being a Christian is one of the most difficult journeys to make. Yet each spouse in this story went about trying to be one. Their routes were different but just as difficult in some areas. Challenges were presented and there were a lot of ups and downs. Strength is not about failing. It’s only failure if we don’t try.

Themes such as marriage, war, and faith were throughout the entire book. Trust, communication, and love were themes as well. I found it easy to like the characters. They felt so real. Their hardships made me admire them. Overall, I enjoyed reading this tale and watching the couple grow.

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