On Tuesday evening June 24, 2015 we attended the movie in Providence R.I. It was a One-Night TUGG Event, and was certainly worth the ride. A "Rich Christiano Production" which starts off with a young lady going off to begin her college education. From a Christian family, things get rocky when young Rachel Whitaker starts her class in Biology taught by seemingly-legendary Professor Kayman. He is an evolutionist and wastes no time trying to mold the opinions of his students. When Rachel's Christian father learns that "Biblical Creationism" isn't even being considered as a possibility in her Biology class he quickly confronts the professor. This soon leads to a debate in front of teachers and students. At a disadvantage from the start, he receives some expected assistance from a former faculty member of the college. A nice story with an unexpected twist at the end.
Kayman's class begins with the question: "Which came first the chicken or the egg?" The class as you can imagine does not respond in unanimity....Watch the movie to see their responses..
This was my first TUGG Event I ever attended. If you get enough enough reservations for a movie production it can be shown. You sponsor the event ....introduce the movie and even sell some materials. My wife and son bought the shirts below. Nice movie about the creation-evolution debate. The trailer can be viewed below and remember there are limited engagements for this movie and most appear to be one-night TUGG Events.
"Know that the Lord, He is God; It is He who has made us,
and not we ourselves;"
Coming To Theaters
There is a very special movie coming to theaters this Independence week:
"Faith Of Our Fathers"
Brought to us from Pure Flix Entertainment, this is a story of 2 men who embark on a journey that eventually brings them to The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C.
Led through letters written by their fathers while fighting in Vietnam years before, the lives of these two men come to a crossroads... as they relive the experiences of their fathers years before .
It's been awhile since I've seen it, actually about 2 years ago at the Christian Film Festival in Lawrence, MA., but I remember it as one of the top 3 movies shown that Easter Week. An excellent movie which then had the name, "To The Wall", is finally being released this week. Nice Christian message as one of the fathers is a believer who shares the message of the Gospel to the other during the horrors of war!
Please locate a theater near you where this movie is playing and try to see it. Support the Christian Movie Industry and the sacrifice that our Veterans of war have made for our nation and it's citizens !! Unfortunately, I don't expect it to be shown at many locations. Click on the image above to find them..