Somebody Cares News 1/12/06
Compassion Banquet and Two Kings Celebration in Tampa
Somebody Cares Tampa Bay will be honoring 250 compassion ministry workers on Friday, January 13, at their annual compassion banquet, hosted by SCTB director Dan Bernard. Doug Stringer will be the guest speaker. On Monday, January 16, SCTB will participate in the Celebration of Two Kings parade, honoring Martin Luther King AND our King of Kings, Jesus Christ. For more information, visit www.sctb.org
Same Faith. Same City. Different Worlds.
The Second Chance is a film about two men – one from a white church in the well-to-do suburbs and one from a black church in the inner-city projects. Although founded by the same man, each church manifests its mission in a very different way. This film authentically tells the story of how a rebellious son and a street-smart pastor struggle to bridge the gap between their respective churches and cultures. More important, at its core, The Second Chance is about being willing to step outside your comfort zone and serve where you are called.
Doug Stringer will be hosting the movie’s co-stars Michael W. Smith and Jeff Obefami Carr on DayStar television’s Houston Celebration Tuesday, January 17, from 12-12:30pm. Later that evening, Doug will facilitate a private reception as well as public screening co-hosted by Pastor Dusty Kemp from New Life Church and Bishop Roy Kossie from Latter Day Deliverance Revival Church. The public screening will begin at 7:00pm at New Life Church, located at 10800 Hammerly Blvd. in Houston. The evening will include a preview of the movie, Q&A with the co-stars, and a time of worship led by Michael W. Smith. Please announce to your congregations. The event is free and open to the public.
For more information on the screening, call 713-621-1498. For more information on the movie, go to www.secondchancethemovie.com.
Premiering in Houston: “An Unconventional War”
For nearly two decades, a bizarre predatory cult in Northern Uganda, known as the Lord’s Resistance Army, has abducted over 25,000 children and turned them into sex slaves and killing machines. The resulting carnage has displaced 80 percent of the region’s population
As a part of the Houston TransNet Center for The Sentinel Group, Somebody Cares Houston is partnering with local churches to present premier showings of “An Unconventional War”, the documentary produced by Sentinel which chronicles how fervent prayer and a unique church-state collaboration are taming one of history’s most brutal insurgencies.
Locations for the Houston premier are Calvary Community Church, Christian Celebration Center, St. Agnes Baptist Church, and Crosspoint Fellowship. For a teaser of the video and details about the premiers, visit www.somebodycares.org. For other premier locations in the U.S., call 713-621-1498.
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