Ed Boston Ministries

Ed Boston Ministries

Pastor Ed and Amy Boston host a Christian podcast featuring interviews with inspiring newsmakers, faith leaders and commentary on current events and biblical topics. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/edboston/support... Show More
December 23, 2019 20 min

As Christians, we find comfort in knowing we will see the loved ones we’ve lost again. But that doesn’t always make the grieving process easier, especially over the holidays.

Television producer Joseph Alvaro and film/tv critic Matt Zoller Seitz (RogerEbert.comNew York MagazineVulture.com) are on a mission to change the way Americans think about loss. The creators of The Lucky OnesJoseph and Matt have both experienced the loss of a loved one. Matt lost his wife and Joseph his wife and daughter.

They started The Lucky Ones TV (TLO) after recognizing the lack of outlets for people to express themselves about those they have lost. TLO is the only streaming content platform, which features video exposés, that removes the stigma surrounding loss and instead chooses to celebrate the continuing bonds with that special someone in our lives. This gives people the chance to share why they are ‘One of The Lucky Ones.’ 

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