[dropcap]V[/dropcap]alourFest, has partnered with American company (Riot Studios) to screen the premier of the company’s new movie Believe Me, which will be screened for the first time in Swaziland during ValourFest.
The movie has been described as “Disturbing, Eye opening and Necessary” by Phil Boatwright from Baptist Press. The plot outline of the movie, shows a story of of four guys who resort to embezzling money through a fake Charity organization.
This special screening will provide churches and groups with an outreach opportunity as the themes and message in the film are universal and resonate with Christians as well as non-believers; it’s a great way to invite those who don’t normally join in your church or group to enjoy a fun film and group discussion. We’ve created a discussion guide to accompany the screening that highlights conversation pieces pertaining to the themes in the film along with what the bible says on those particular issues.
We are very excited about the special screening, and looking forward to sharing the experience and impact of the movie and a host of other activities that will be taking place at ValourFest. Tickets are available at Computicket and participating Shoprite stores (with Money Market).
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