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PureFlix Unfolds Love and Light in Going Home Series
Emotions were at peak levels as I settled in to watch "Going Home", a sentimental, family-friendly series now streaming on Pure Flix. Prepare yourself warned, tissues will be required as there is no holding back on heartfelt, sentimental moments to fill your spirit with love and light. In Going Home, "it’s a race against time as a dedicated Hospice nurse with her own complicated past, leads her new clients and their loved ones to wrap up loose ends with compassion and dignity."
"Everyone has a calling from God and Charley’s purpose is to help people transition from this world to their forever home. Watch this heartfelt series that will inspire you to think deeper about your relationships and how you can live well with the time we’re all blessed with. God gives everyone a calling – and for Charley, it’s to help families during one of the most difficult times of their lives."
Going Home | Episode 5 | Box Full of Letters
"Through a box of letters, Charley's client helps her mother find peace before she joins her Heavenly Father."
Speaking directly to my heart, in Going Home, episode 5- Box Full of Letters, Hospice Nurse of the Year, Charley advises a heavy-hearted loved one to "take today and make a memory you can hold." Considering the significance of these words, comes with knowing that we will come to a point where only memories will remain with us for comfort, we will never be able to hold on to our most treasured material possessions in the end. There may come a time when our lifelong collection of memories will become our greatest comforts.
In this episode, we're introduced to Sadie a grieving mom and widow, coming to terms with life after losing her husband then caring for her unresponsive daughter, Steph also diagnosed with Juvenile Huntington’s Disease. Steph wrote out a series of letters for her mom before she losing mobility sharing advice, appreciation, and affection. Embracing love and light becomes a tremendous task when we become overwhelmed with the weight of responsibilities in taking care of others in need.
Preparing for final goodbyes may be difficult for the both the person aware of their limit time, as well as family, friends, and caregivers suddenly placed in the delicate position of navigating the uncertainty of caring for a loved one. Going Home gently shares the range of feelings experienced at the transitional time when coming to the ending of a lifelong journey and the beginning of a new phase in their loved ones' lives. Witness sentimental displays of courage, forgiveness, and faith, in this inspirational series.
Episode 1 | Charley's Way
Charley must overcome past memories from college friend Katherine, an overeager rookie nurse Janey, and former NFL star Tyler Cobb checking in to the hospice.
Episode 2 | The Cards You're Dealt
Avoiding some unfinished business with Katherine, Charley cares for Betty and Vance, a lovely, long married couple.
Episode 3 | Fog of War
A distraught homeless Vietnam vet finds his way to Sunset House, pushing Charley, Janey and Tamara to their limits.
Episode 4 | Eye of the Needle
Sunset House patron Fay Hutton begins her walk home; much to the dismay of her estranged son Kenneth.
Episode 5 | Box Full of Letters
Through a box of letters, Charley's client helps her mother find peace before she joins her Heavenly Father.
Join Pure Flix now to stream Going Home, a powerful and moving series about family and faith.
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