The film "I Believe" will be shown at noon Sunday, June 30, after the worship service. Open to the public -- invite a friend.
PLOT SUMMARY -- Nine-year-old Brian (Rowan Smyth) has a supernatural encounter with God, an experience that sends him on an adventurous quest to “find out more about what Christians believe.” He faces heavy opposition from the world around him, especially from his own father Simon (Matt Lindquist), an atheist TV newscaster. Brian finds allies in the pastor of a local church (Wilford Brimley) and a wounded U.S. Marine (Jeremy London). Brian’s pure and innocent faith brings about manifestations of God’s extraordinary power that quickly become breaking news. The 89-minute film was directed and produced by Jurgen and Stacey Peretzki.