I was expecting the impossible and truly hoping to feel the intangible in the Lifetime movie, The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel.
As Camille Tucker’s version of the story about the Clark Sisters unfolded, the hope for the Black Church and the Black Family seemed to be lost in the scenes of domestic violence and unresolved conflict.
God providentially used both the good and bad experiences in the Clark Sisters’ lives to prepare them for later use under his lordship.
Tucker articulated her hope for the movie as such, “My family, my church family and university family are excited and looking forward to seeing the film on Lifetime.
Perhaps even more than the stories we tell in our daily lives, a biblical story invites us to reflect on our deepest experiences, whether of God, our families, community, or the terrors and pleasures of life.