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Dancing With Grace

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To set the mood for our storytelling on that final night, I showed Glennon Doyle Melton’s “From My Cold Dead Hands.”  None of the women had seen it before.  Watching their faces in the soft light of the projector, I felt like I was on holy ground:  These beautiful former prisoners were about to drop some keys.

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4 thoughts on “Dancing With Grace

  1. Hi trb I think it’s great. Footage isn’t bad and I like the occasional focus in and focus out. The music is also fitting. The only glitch would be the sound feed – there are a few cracks here and there. Looking good though!

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