“Love is tells the story of an amazing woman doing an amazing work in the midst of one of the most challenging environments imaginable. As the Principal of two broken and struggling High Schools she walked boldly into the midst of that pain with a strong faith, toughness and love. Believing God sent her and went with her she radically changed these schools. Having grown up in the inner city of Los Angles I firmly believe my story would have had a much better chance of avoiding the demons that grabbed me if she had been the Principal of my high school. She is not afraid to bring Jesus to these kids and it’s changing their world. I love this lady and you will too. Don’t miss this movie.”
Love is…Big Bre! Not to her face and not mockingly, but Brelinda Sullen’s “babies” call her that with all love and respect knowing that she truly is sacrificing everything for them. Love is….is the story of this larger than life woman living out her faith in the purest form of work as mission. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll cheer but you won’t leave unaffected. Don’t miss it!
Love Is… A remarkable, redemptive documentary of one principal, Brelinda Sullen, who changed the landscape of two schools in Alabama’s Macon County School District. The film is powerful, inspiring, and clear in a message that Jesus transforms kids, no matter how hard the circumstances. Seeing this film will leave you with lasting encouragement for days to come.
Brelinda Sullen’s story of sacrificial love embodies the radical teachings of Jesus and demands that every child counts, every child is worth fighting for.
“In a world where many people are trying to take Jesus out of the environment, it is so refreshing to see what God has accomplished through Brelinda by her bringing Jesus back into the school environment. There is just no other explanation for this type transformation other than the power of Jesus. I pray and hope Brelinda’s courage, sacrifice and passion for shining a light for Jesus for our youth is contagious – if it is we have a very bright future.”