I just finished watching one of the most powerful things I have ever seen in my life: a documentary called An Unconventional War. Warning: it is incredibly graphic and intense from the beginning until the end, but tells an unforgettable message.
Did you know that 80% of Northern Uganda has been displaced? More than 25,000 children have been captured and turned into sex slaves and soldiers that kill their own families and people.
The documentary is about the story of Joseph Kony and the war in Northern Uganda. The film features many organizations that are at work and were born out of the struggle, personal stories of tragedy, torture, and death, fascinating and spine-tingling accounts of witchcraft and spiritual warfare, and stories of forgiveness and how the rising up of the church in prayer, intercession, and the breaking of spiritual chains is truly winning the war against the dark forces that once held the area in bondage. This show is a national testimony of redemption.
This is a must-see. Do not allow children to watch this documentary. This film is very well-made, informative, and moving. Get it! Watch it! It’s worth it!