Thursday, September 25, 2008

Action in Mississippi

An Action Squad, led by Mt. Manna Baptist Church, is how Senatobia, Mississippi will be seeing FIREPROOF when it opens this weekend. Senatobia is one of 98 communities that rallied together to commit to purchasing at least 1,000 tickets so that FIREPROOF could open in their towns.

Despite locking in their theater only last week, Pastor Jay Thomason says they have already sold more than 1,150 tickets. He tells us that he is grateful that this movie will help his and other churches reach more than a thousand people in their community.

We are grateful for leaders like Pastor Jay that see the impact that this movie can have on marriages all across the country!

4 comments:

fAiThFuL cHiCk said...

We are doing all we can to support the movie in our hometown, as well.

I posted about the movie on my blog today.

Wishing you many blessings this weekend!

Erin said...

That's wonderful! We are praying in our home for the impact of this movie. My five year old is talking about it too and telling her kindergarten teachers about it!

The Dr. Phil Show was great today!

grovernment said...

What do we need to do to get a showing in the Utah County, Utah area? This movie looks absolutely fabulous, and there are thousands of couples here who would love to see a Christ-centered movie about the importance of marriage!

momofdechga said...

Way to go Bro. Jay! (That's my church) You've done a wonderful job and I'm sure have sold most of those tickets all on your own. We're supposed to see the movie tonight but I don't know if my husband will be able to get off in time and we NEED to see it so pray for us.