Parenting is a messy, complex arena. Filmmakers Alex and Stephen Kendrick share their experience about making the movie “Like Arrows.”
Alex Kendrick grew up in Smyrna, GA and graduated from Kennesaw State University with a bachelor’s degree in communications. Later, Alex attended New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He served as a minister to college students in Marietta, GA for four years, then married his wife, Christina, and moved to Albany, GA where he served as associate pastor of media at Sherwood Baptist Church.
In 2003, he and his brother,Stephen, founded Sherwood Pictures and began writing, producing, acting, and directing feature films including: Facing the Giants, Fireproof and Courageous. In addition, Alex co-wrote three novels and The Love Dare, which made it to #1 on the New York Times bestseller list.
Alex and his wife have six children.
Kendrick Brothers’ Input Into Like Arrows
The Link Between Worship and Relationships
Alex Kendrick explores how our relationships with God and our spouse affects our worship.
Alex and Stephen Kendrick, co-creators of the movie “War Room,” tell stories of answered prayer in the making of the movie. Joining them are T.C. Stallings and Michael Jr., who appear in the movie.
Pastor and filmmaker Alex Kendrick sees a trend among Christian men toward compartmentalizing their lives. This leaves Christian men prayerless and ineffective before the onslaught of Satan.
Mom’s Night Out
A new wave of cinema is gaining ground in Hollywood. Join us for an insider’s view of motion picture business, with Kevin Downs, and Andy Erwin, producer and director of “Mom’s Night Out.
The One Thing
Pastor and Filmmaker Alex Kendrick exhorts couples to be their spouse’s number one cheerleader, not because they’ve earned it, but because this office is our Biblical responsibility to fulfill.
God’s Extravagant Love
Film producers Stephen and Alex Kendrick challenge parents through their new book, “The Love Dare for Parents,” to parent with purpose for 40 days, taking each day to intentionally love their children with the love of God.
The Key to a Great Relationship
Brothers Alex and Stephen Kendrick reminisce about their childhood and the often comical spats they had growing up, and still sometimes have today. They point to their faith in Christ as the glue that bonds them together.
A 40-Day Journey to Loving Your Kids
Parents need to intentionally seek out ways to encourage, teach and bless our children daily. Stephen and Alex Kendrick talk to parents about their book, “The Love Dare for Parents,” a 40-day dare to parents to love their kids.
Movie Life: Changing Roles
Alex and Stephen Kendrick, co-founders of Sherwood Pictures, sit down with Bob Lepine to talk about life.