It Is Your Life: The Moss Family

Running time:  40 min.
The family today is in crisis like never before.  And sadly, we don't have to look beyond our own four walls to see the results.  Our families are falling apart.

But, God's design for the family is quite different.

In Deuteronomy 32, Moses tells the people: Set your hearts unto all the words which I testify among you this day, which ye shall command your children to observe to do...for it is not a vain thing for you, because it is your life.

In this first episode of It Is Your Life,  get a refreshing glimpse into the daily life of the Mosses, a Christian family training their children in the ways of the Lord.  Learn about:

  • Why they educate their children at home 
  • Why Beverly stays home to care for the family 
  • How George leads his family in Bible reading and prayer 
  • Why they trust God for children after 6 c-sections 
  • How God brought their family through a time of trial 
  • How brothers and sisters can be best friends 

Be encouraged and inspired as the Mosses work together, play together, and pray together. See for yourself how a Biblical vision of family life results in a strong family who loves each other and desires to glorify the Lord together.  This is their life...

*DVD includes some bonus features.*


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REVIEWS                                                                                                                    WRITE A REVIEW

"An encouraging and uplifting story of how a large Christian family lives out their vision for a Christ centered home."
The Ross Family

"Refreshingly counter-cultural."
Nathan Clark George
Homeschooling dad and singer/songwriter

"From the Moore family, the producers of Children are a Blessing, comes a new series of films that offers something different, families who have chosen to reject the societal norms for family and instead build on the firm foundation of the Word of God.  

The Moss Family is the first in this series.  Their enjoyment of familt and the simple pleasures of life stands in stark contrast to the majority of families today who sacrifice time together in their pursuit of activities and possessions.  

Family worship, multiple c-sections, hard work and facing family tragedy with faith and confidence in the God Who gives and takes away combine to give viewers a peek into into the typical day-to-day life of this family who is not 'typical' in a nation of people who have turned their backs on God and His Word.  From children who are best friends with their siblings, to training daughters to be joyful keepers at home, 'The Moss Family' encourages Christians and challenges them to examine the false presuppositions of today's society."

Raising Olives


The following are reviews from the Barnard Family ...

"I believe these families are following the ways of the Lord.  They
are heading the same direction we are, toward the Lord and away from
the world.  They love each other and take care of each other.  They
plant gardens, hunt, have animals.  They pray and read together.  I
know we need to love each other more, and not strife."
-Ben, 17

"Watching this movie and the "Children are a Blessing" movie, has
really opened my eyes to see that I am not doing the best that I can.
That I can have joy, blessings, and fulfillment in life.
It (the movie) was a true blessing from God."

-Haley, 16

"I believe it was very encouraging, and that we all could grow more
Spiritually, in love for our family.  It was very neat to see another
family following God's way of living.  I think we should share it with
-Aubrie, 12

"It is a good film.  All their children are best friends, and they
trust in God."
-Adalin 11

"It was a good movie because they were Christians and homeschooled.
Judah wanted to get it for Momma's birthday.  They have home church at
different houses."
-Clarie, 8