On Sunday, October 9th at 7pm, Stanton Charlotte will host a private screening of Voiceless, a new pro-life film from Movie to Movement.
Voiceless follows Jesse Dean and his struggles in activating his church community to stand up against the abortion business situated directly across the street.
Stanton Charlotte feels that this film is the push that’s needed to motivate our local pro-lifers to SPEAK UP against the atrocities currently happening in our hometown.
Co-executive producer Jason Jones will attend and will host a question-and-answer period immediately following the film.
We are asking for a minimum donation of $11 per ticket. For an additional $4, you will receive a ten weeks keychain!
Feel free to email brice (at) charlottecenterforwomen.org with questions.
Stanton Healthcare/Charlotte Center for Women is excited to offer a private screening of the pro-life film Voiceless, with a Q and A session with Jason Jones immediately following the movie.
Voiceless is about Jesse Dean, a recently discharged soldier who had a rough upbringing. But because of his wife, Jesse finds God and now is totally devoted to his faith.
He moves to Philadelphia to take a new job as an outreach leader at an old church whose membership has been declining. As he transitions in this new job, he discovers there’s an abortion clinic directly across the street from the church.
He attempts to encourage action from the pastor and other members of the church, but to no avail. But then something tragic and personal happens to himand he realizes he must take action himself. The more involved he gets, the more resistance he receives from those in his church and community. His wife, who thinks his actions will get him fired or land him in jail, also stands against him.
Finally, he must make a choice: is he going to take the easy way out and back off, which is what everyone wants him to do, or will he face a major confrontation which will require him to put everything on the line…not just his job, but his freedom and marriage as well.
This film encourages people to stand up for what they know is right, particularly as it pertains to taking God’s truths into society to address social issues. It addresses the spirit of retreat as it pertains to engaging the culture that has developed within the Church.
Jason Jones is the producer of Crescendo, 2011, Eyes to See, 2010 and the 2006 film Bella, which won several film industry awards, most notably the People’s Choice Award at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival. Jason is the associate producer of the 2008 film, The Stoning of Soraya M. which won the NAACP Image Award in 2010 as well as the Los Angeles Film Festival Audience Award in 2009. Jason has won 15 International awards and has raised over 5 million dollars for Pregnancy Centers across the United States and Canada.
Tickets are available here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stanton-charlotte-presents-voiceless-with-co-executive-producer-jason-jones-tickets-27686526145
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Founder, Charlotte Center for Women