|INSPIRED BY HIT FILM ‘COURAGEOUS,’ LIVE ‘MEN OF HONOR’ SIMULCAST AIRS JUNE 15
More Than 500 Churches Take Part Nationwide;
Event Features Michael Catt and the Kendrick Brothers
|WHAT A live simulcast from Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, Ga., features COURAGEOUS creators, actors and special guests. Sponsored by LifeWay Christian Resources, the event will touch men and their families nationwide on Friday, June 15, at 7 p.m. Eastern Time. More than 500 churches are participating, including at least one in each of the 50 states. Registration, just $5 per venue, is at LifeWay.com/MenofHonor.
WHO The Men of Honor Simulcast features Michael Catt, senior pastor of Sherwood Church and executive producer of COURAGEOUS; Stephen Kendrick, co-writer and producer of the film; and Alex Kendrick, COURAGEOUS co-writer and director. Additionally the live praise, worship and teaching event features a round table with COURAGEOUS actors Robert Amaya (Javier), Ken Bevel (Nathan), Kevin Downes (Shane) and Daniel Simmons (William Barrett).
STORY IDEAS Long after its successful theatrical debut and with more than a million DVDs and Blu-ray™ discs sold COURAGEOUS continues to impact lives.
COURAGEOUS sparks numerous Father’s Day activities with many churches planning sermons and classes around licensed screenings of the film.
The stirring Resolution scene in the film—in which five men publicly resolve to be the fathers God intends—will be re-enacted in churches across the nation as men stand up and sign their own resolutions.
For interviews with COURAGEOUS creators and cast, contact: Monique Sondag 214-536-4319 Monique@Lovell-Fairchild.com
For information about the film and ministry resources, visit: CourageoustheMovie.com
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