Date(s) & Time(s)::
September 28, 2014 at 6:00 PM
Location: Albion Wesleyan Church, 800 E. Main in Albion, IN
Phone: (260) 636-2660
In early 2010, TO SAVE A LIFE took over theaters nationwide. This independent film about teens and the choices they make in their daily lives quickly struck a chord with teens and families. Overnight, the film received a #1 Fandango Fan rating and maintained it for over a month. Critics and youth workers raved, families were changed, and viewers consistently commented: “Every teen and parent needs to see this film.”
Albion Wesleyan Church has organized a special free screening of TO SAVE A LIFE on September 28th at Albion Wesleyan Church. This event is available to all in our community.
Sunday, September 28 @ 6:00pm at Albion Wesleyan Church 800 E. Main Street in Albion. The movie is FREE and snacks will be for sale by AWC Youth Ministry.
Our hope is to offer hope and understanding to this generation of teens in Noble County.
TO SAVE A LIFE is the story of all-American teen Jake Taylor, who seems to have it all. But after a childhood friend’s death, Jake’s world turns upside down, and he is forced to make a decision that could change his life forever. TO SAVE A LIFE is about making unexpected choices and sacrifices, while having the courage and determination to persevere against all odds. At some point, every teen has to decide: "What's my life going to be about?" TO SAVE A LIFE dares to bring that question into their world, encouraging them to answer it with boldness, honesty and compassion.
TO SAVE A LIFE has started a movement all across the country. In communities just like ours, groups are making an effort to reach local teens in crisis. Groups like ours are dedicated to offering every teen the opportunity to see this film and hear its powerful message of hope.
In response to the topics brought up in the movie, we will have a Q & A session afterwards about real topics impacting teens today as well as offer teens an opportunity to talk to someone who may be able to help or “just listen.”
Today’s teens are dealing with some very difficult circumstances. This movie addresses many of those in a very real way. Due to this, the movie will be shown in two different rooms with one room being a version with MOST of these difficult scenes deleted. However those most important to the storyline will still be there.
For more information about our event, contact AWC @ (260) 636-2660 or firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about the film, TO SAVE A LIFE and its content can be found at www.ToSaveALifeMovie.com
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