History, Politics, and the Church: Faith, Hope, and Freedom

This 10 minute video clip is worth watching. It starts with the above trailer and continues with an interview with Kirk Cameron (“Monumental” filmmaker) and Marshall Foster (President, World History Institute) by Glenn Beck.

Freedom starts with faith in Christ, serving one another, teaching our children truth at home, and going out and doing right over the long haul.

If you’re in the Greenville, SC, area, the movie Monumental, tonight’s the last night to catch it at the Hollywood 20 Theatre on Woodruff Road. We went Tuesday night and it was a very well done documentary. I loved it! For more information, and to see if it will be playing in a theater near you, check out www.monumentalmovie.com.

Further background of the history behind the documentary can be found here.

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3 responses to “History, Politics, and the Church: Faith, Hope, and Freedom

  1. Pingback: Have you seen this Movie? | luvsiesous

  2. Thank you for blogging on this. I am headed to see the movie in a few minutes.

    And I blogged about the trailer here: http://luvsiesous.com/2012/04/19/have-you-seen-this-movie/

    Thanks,

    Wayne

    • I thoroughly enjoyed it and the overarching message of the movie resonated within me. (Plus, it made me want to visit Plymouth, MA, again and take a trip to England.)
      America needs to go back to its roots, and that starts with families–individuals–teaching faith and truth at home: it starts with each one of us doing our part, from small to large, and not the other way around. Big government can’t fix this: We, The People, must.

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