From Kevin Jackson and Christian Post an article about a faith and family based company that I pray does very well. This type of entertainment is sorely needed.
“A newly-launched company is offering faith-based and family friendly movies to churches and ministries looking for a creative way to fundraise.”
Shown is a scene from ‘Believe in Me,’ an underdog story of a 1960’s girls’ basketball team in Oklahoma. It is the first movie in the Christian Cinema Network library.
Christian Cinema Network (CCN) is allowing churches to host high quality, uplifting films in their own towns from their growing movie library to serve as teaching tools, complete with discussion materials.
“The films are highly entertaining and offer wonderful life lessons,” explained Marianne P. Wilson, president of CCN, in a statement. “CCN’s goal is to help promote family friendly, inspiring and meaningful films while giving churches and ministries quality entertainment that can be used as fundraising opportunities, teaching tools and community building events.”
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