Every member of the human race has the desire for significance—a desire to belong. And the family is where those deepest longings are fulfilled.
Unfortunately, the word “family” has all but lost its meaning in our modern cultural landscape. And the fallout has been significant. Divorce. Crime. Poverty. Addictions. Abuse. Our attempts to redefine and reimagine the family only make these problems worse, not better. When the family is weakened, society suffers. But strong families make the world a better place!
Irreplaceable is the first in a series of feature-length documentaries that will approach the concept of the family from a number of different angles. The goal of each documentary is to recover, renew and reclaim the cultural conversation about the family.
The Family Project
The film culminates with a panel discussion moderated by Focus on the Family president Jim Daly, and invites viewers to dive deeper into God’s design for the family via the small group study, The Family Project. This 12-session, DVD based small group experience digs deeper into the themes explored in Irreplaceable.
Irreplaceable follows Tim Sisarich, former executive director of Focus on the Family New Zealand, as he explores the answers to critical questions such as "What is family?" and "Does family still matter in today's society?". This film is the first in a series of feature-length documentaries that will approach the concept of the family from a number of different angles with the goal of recovering, renewing and reclaiming the cultural conversation about the family.