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INVISIBLE

the Story And Hope of Mexico's street kids

Imagine if your children lived on the street, in a makeshift shack under a bridge, in the sewer, or in a box. This is the reality of 25,000 kids, under the age of 18, in Mexico City, Mx.. Where do these kids find hope? Follow American singer-songwriter, Ree Boado, as she sets her sights on helping street kids in the unforgiving streets of this 22 million person City.

Proceeds from this film will go directly to Relentless Pursuit's Street Kid's Project.

Featuring: Ree Boado, Dr. James Merritt, Dr. Neil T. Anderson

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  “Invisible  is inspiring, challenging, and impactful. While it communicates the realities of deep darkness, it promotes gracious light.” - Dove.org

“Invisible is inspiring, challenging, and impactful. While it communicates the realities of deep darkness, it promotes gracious light.” - Dove.org

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We were blessed to receive the following review by Dove.org:

“Documenting the true struggles of homeless kids in Mexico, Invisible is an inspiring call and a loving challenge for Christians to minister to the needy. Singer-songwriter Ree Boado journeys to Mexico, befriending the homeless and seeking to help. The experience is a descent into poverty and despair, both literally and figuratively, with sewers becoming shelter, rampant drug addiction, and spiritual warfare. Yet, in the midst of the darkness, the Light of God is the solution. The documentary is an inspiration for believers to do something: go to the mission field, donate, pray. Invisible is inspiring, challenging, and impactful. While it communicates the realities of deep darkness, it promotes gracious light.”