Today on the show, director Jon Erwin will be joining ua. His most recent project, Jesus Revolution hits theaters February 24th. Jon is a great guy. He is a filmmaker, and the CEO of Kingdom Story Company.
We’ll be diving into talking about the movie and how you can use it at your church. How you can support it, and how you can build worship experiences around it.
They have provided all types of resources for you to use on Sundays to promote and incorporate the film into your teaching, into your flow.
The film follows the Jesus Movement in the 70s and the beginning of Calvary Chapel.
It has an incredible cast including Kelsey Grammar, Jonathan Roumie who you might know from the Chosen, Kimberly Williams Paisley and more. We’ll talk to Jon about bridging the gap between Hollywood and the faith community, how you can use this film on a Sunday and more.
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