The New Vienna United Methodist Church will screen a new faith-based family-friendly film called “Virtuous” on Saturday, Aug. 15 at 6:30 p.m. In addition, former POW and American hero Jessica Lynch, who stars in the film, will be onsite to speak and sign autographs.
The film also features Erik Estrada, best known for his leading role in the television series “ChiPs.”
The producers of “Virtuous” casted an impressive list of Christian entertainers in hopes that the film will be an inspiring and challenging film for women; as the faith-based blockbuster film “Courageous” was for men.
The film is a multi-plot feature-length motion picture that highlights 10 unique ladies of different ages, backgrounds and life experiences. As today’s generation of women are vastly diverse; so are the various stories in this film. One such story loosely depicts that of PFC Lynch, who makes her acting debut in the film. At age 19, she became the first ever rescued female POW/MIA.
For more information about “Virtuous”, visit the film’s website at ww.VirtuousFilm.com. To schedule a direct interview with Estrada, Lynch and/or Brandy Allison, contact Dean Haskins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no cost to attend this screening; however, an offering will be taken during the event.
Submitted by the New Vienna United Methodist Church.
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