WATCH VOICELESS DOCUMENTARY FREE!!!
About three weeks ago, our organization was offered a distribution deal for our documentary film “Voiceless.”
Although it was a huge opportunity, I (Terence) felt the pressure of having to entrust our message to many people who are not connected to the day-to-day work of fighting for those who are marginalized.
So, instead I (Terence) have chosen to make our documentary free to the public. Many would say this is foolish and insane to turn down a deal, but my heart has always been about educating, equiping, and moving people to care about those suffering with poverty in our country.
Therefore, if you have not seen our documentary and have always wanted to see it you can do so FREE of charge below.
Please read the disclaimer note to support our work!
After watching this film, you have three options to support Love Beyond Walls:
1) Go directly to our site and make a donation to our cause. Your support helps us to continue fighting poverty and homelessness (lovebeyondwalls.org/give).
2) Download a free 22 page workbook on our site at (lovebeyondwalls.org/voicelessfilm) to get next steps and continue the conversation on poverty.
3) Share this film as it is an important message in our country.
Love Beyond Walls stepped up to combat poverty over a month ago with #MAP16!
So far, Terence has walked from Atlanta, GA to Virginia (covering three states) to provide a voice for the voiceless, share stories of those who might otherwise go untold, and raise resources to build our very own #LoveCenter (a safe haven and resource center for those in need).
In this trailer, Terence shares his experiences, stories, and challenges us all to think about those who are poor in our country.
Get involved by sharing this video with your friends and family! Terence has 15 DAYS left before he reaches DC.
Join us on the journey and follow the conversation! marchagainstpoverty.com
Today Love Beyond Walls steps up to combat poverty!
The official countdown to Marching Against Poverty 2016 campaign has begun. In 30 days, we will walk from Atlanta to DC in hopes to provide a voice to the voiceless, share the stories of those who might otherwise go untold and raise resources to build our very own #LoveCenter, a safe haven and resource center for those in need.
Get involved! Join us on the Journey! [marchagainstpoverty.com] Follow the conversation! #MAP16 #LoveBeyondWalls #LoveCenter
Check out our interview last week on the #DyerBuzz for #languageofmen with Chago!
“Binge on Buzz — Special thanks to Love Beyond Walls for giving us the buzz behind Atlanta’s current situation with homeless, communities in need, and how we are helping with re-entry. Watch a buzzing conversation take place and prepare to support. For more information, follow Love Beyond Walls”
We are currently 87 DAYS AWAY before we attempt #MAP16! During this time, we hope to restore a voice to the many people who are marginalized and forgotten (stories over stats).
Terence shares his heart about his concern for those who are suffering, and talks a little about why he is trying to lose 50 pounds for Love Beyond Walls next campaign. We are officially 90 DAYS AWAY from attempting #MAP16
For the last six months, we’ve served families and homeless people in city and have noticed that many have a tough time washing their clothes! We are going to do something about it.
We are going to convert a room in our office into a small washroom to fill this need and give dignity to those that need a place to keep their personal items clean. Will you help? Email us to get involved.
For the month of February, we’re posting a challenge everyday (29 days) encouraging our followers to intentionally #giveloveaway with an act of kindness. Today is DAY 1. We challenge you to post something positive and challenge the negative post(s) we see on our timelines.
This morning, we are extremely grateful. We had an another opportunity to be included in an article produced by Devika Rao in the AJC. It is our desire to continue serving more communities, under resourced families, and homeless men, women, and children in 2016.
To check out the article, click the image below.