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Film Goes Behind The Scenes Of Christian Courtship, Where God Is The Matchmaker

Roughly one in three marriages in the United States are likely to end in divorce, according to national statistics. But some Christians believe they’ve found a solution by handing over the task of matchmaking to God. A 2015 documentary by filmmaker Amy Kohn goes inside the world of Christian courtship through the lens of Kelly Boggus, a single woman in her late 30s who is saving herself for marriage.
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