MOVIES & MORE




MOVIES & MORE 

Join Baji Daniels, Richard Moye and Jonni Vann for screenings of spiritually themed movies in October and November. Enjoy getting together to discuss movies with like-minded individuals and feasting on free popcorn!

For more information about this event, email: baji@bellsouth.net

“HEAL”
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12
7PM
$5 SUGGESTED LOVE DONATION

So many people are physically sick these days that it has become “normal.” Is it something in the water? Have our food and water become so toxic that illness is inevitable? This film presents information that everyone needs to know, such as 90% of illness is stress related. Instead of living in a fight-or-flight mode, HEAL and the brilliant minds of scientists and spiritual teacher suggest we would be healthier if we shifted into the mode of rest-and-repair. It’s not just the luminaries – Marianne Williamson, Joe Dispenza, Bruce Lipton, Gregg Braden, Deepak Chopra, Michael Beckwith – that make this film so great, but it follows the healing journeys of two individuals whose stories are absolutely amazing. If you have a health challenge or know someone who does, you don’t want to miss HEAL!

“COME SUNDAY”
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9
7PM
$5 SUGGESTED LOVE DONATION

This is the whole Carlton Pearson story, portrayed brilliantly by Chiwetel Ejiofor. Bishop Carlton was once like a superstar in the fundamentalist Pentecostal congregation in Tulsa, OK, with over 5000 members. However, his consciousness expands, but theirs does not. The issue that plays out most dramatically has to do with gay people because that relationship continues to be a central unresolved issue in the Christian church. Come Sunday dramatizes a moving encounter with a dying man, as Pearson continues to evolve at the top and in his heart. He thus becomes a fearless Pentecostal minister who is willing to step up and step out. For that he suffers serious consequences and great losses of congregants and wealth. Come Sunday shows that when one stands on principle, in truth, all things work together for good. Bishop Carlton has risen from the ashes and continues to this day delivering strong sermons that resonate with New Thought principles that are a testament to his radical shift in faith.