A special screening of the true-life story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp and his journey of love and tragic loss as depicted in the movie, “I Still Believe,” will be shown at Calvary Chapel of the Harbour (in Peter’s Landing) at 7p.m. Friday, August 13th.
Directed by the Erwin Brothers (“I Can Only Imagine”), the free movie, which also features Shania Twain and Gary Sinise, will include a in-person discussion with Producer Kevin Downes.
“This movie shows God’s faithfulness in the midst of an incredibly harsh tragedy suffered by Jeremy,” said Calvary Chapel’s Senior Pastor Joe Pedick.
“This story is personal to my wife and I because Jeremy is a friend of ours and we were well aware of the events leading up to his wedding as depicted in the movie. He was a big hit at our Labour of Love Musicfest at Bolsa Chica State Beach,” he said.
The screening is part of a monthly series at Calvary Chapel led by Associate Pastor David Manne. His “Friday Night Movies” Ministry, which began in 1987, aims to reach audiences with the gospel message through Christian faith-based movies. Manne will lead the discussion with Downes, who lives in Orange County, and has been an actor in such films as “Courageous,” “Woodlawn” and “Moms’ Night Out.”
“It’s a great outreach for those who would not normally attend a church service but will come out to see a movie,” said James Trabilcy, leader of the Restored in Christ Ministry at the church. “It has been an inspirational, life-changing movie for many.”
Calvary Chapel of the Harbour is located at 16450 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 100 (Main Sanctuary) in Sunset Beach.
For more information, visit http://www.ccoth.com or call (562) 592-1800.