The The Ming Tombs, factories, Great Wall, Olympic Pavillion
The Forbidden City, Old Beijing
Old Beijing, Tiananmen Square, Tientsin
Tientsin, Shanghai, Guatemala
I loved the film and wrote a review: "Can one film change the world?"
I've been doing a one-man play about another hero of the UK: Eric Liddell. The play, Beyond the Chariots, tells the rest of the Chariots Of Fire story.
Ken Wales is the producer who started the ball rolling on Amazing Grace. He wants to make a film on the rest of the Chariots Of Fire story. He mentions the upcoming film, With Wings as Eagles in an interview with Christianity Today: Save the Wales.
I encourage you to see Amazing Grace this weekend. The better it does opening weekend the more chance it will open in more theatres next weekend, etc. The better it does at the box office the more momentum there will be going into the production of With Wings as Eagles.
Mark spoke to a woman who has brought many into her church by bringing food to people in need. He asked her what that was like, and she said, "It's like carrying the broken heart of God."
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Early One Morning, words and music by Jersey Boys' Music Director Ron Melrose, will be presented March 23 and 24 at the Salvation Army's Theatre 315 as part of its "Set Apart" series. The one-woman musical produced by Lauren Yarger follows the faith journey of Mary Magdalene.
Curtain each night is at 8:00. Tickets priced at $18 (discounts available for students) are available through SmartTix http://www.smarttix.com. Cindy Marchionda* will play Mary Magdalene. Jeff Lisenby will accompany.
This is a great opportunity to reach out and invite friends, family and co-workers to experience first-hand how a life can be changed by the love and forgiveness of Jesus.
Theatre 315 is located at the Salvation Army Times Square, 315 West 47th Street.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Theatre 315 at 212-975-9988.