Fri, Mar 04|
Movie Night Free Burma Rangers *rated PG-13
NEW DATE March 4th 7pm Pierce Point Community Church Movie Night: Friday, March 4th 7-9pm Free Burma Rangers The film follows Dave, Karen, and their three young children, as they venture into war zones where they are fighting to bring hope.
Time & Location
Mar 04, 7:00 PM EST
Amelia, 1300 White Oak Rd, Amelia, OH 45102, USA
About the event
Pierce Point Community Church Movie Night: Friday, March 4th 7-9pm Free Burma Rangers The film follows Dave, Karen, and their three young children, as they venture into war zones where they are fighting to bring hope. Viewers will follow this remarkable family compelled by Christ to bring love into war. This epic documentary chronicles the 20-year journey of the Free Burma Rangers, an unconventional humanitarian organization, as they venture through jungles, firefights, heroic rescues, and find hope in seemingly impossible situations and experience life-changing ministry. It's a real life action-adventure film unlike any you've seen before. This movie is unrated, but would probably be PG-13 due to some graphic images of war as well as severely injured/dead bodies. Please use discretion when choosing who in your family should attend. Watch the trailer here: https://deidoxfilms.org/pages/fbr
Please bring a snack to share. Church will provide popcorn and drinks as well as paper goods.
Reviews: "I think whenever my problems or annoyances with life present themselves, maybe I ought to revisit this film and the story of the Eubanks. My self centered world was turned upside down by their story. They are living examples of what it means to give your life away, and receiving so much more in return because of it. So inspiring, exciting. All of the great footage means your imagination gets off easy. Its AWESOME to see God doing something so out of the box because the Eubanks have been willing to lay their lives down for this cause, and showing that He is Faithful to those willing to step out and trust Him. One of the best movies/docs we’ve ever seen. (Our 14 yr old watched it, and it was graphic, shocking... dead bodies and worse, so beware of younger children watching it, I would say no younger than 13 unless you have an unusual child who can handle such things.) This is an absolutely incredible film documenting the work and love of God through the Eubanks family and the Free Burma Rangers. While they show live footage of the injustices of war and the evil that is very real, they also show the raw emotion in living in such harsh areas. But through it all there is absolutely no denying the hand of God at work and His protection through impossible circumstances and His love and forgiveness through His people. This is such a powerful and inspiring documentary."
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