“Seeds of Fire” Community Engagement Film Series in Fox Valley

“Seeds of Fire” Community Engagement Film Series in Fox Valley

seeds of fire logoThe Seeds of Fire Community Engagement is a Christian film series to spark
compassionate discussion on sexuality, relationships, and the human person.

All screenings take place at the historic Grand Opera House at 100 High Ave in Oshkosh, WI
Theater opens one hour prior to each event. Come early for good seating.
Directions to the Grand.

Topic: Religious liberty
Film: One Generation Away
Including a panel discussion and audience Q & A.

The panel will feature Mike LeMay, station manager of Q90FM, and Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Council and Wisconsin Family Action.

Sunday, May 7, 2017, 2:00 p.m.

Grand Opera Hous

100 High Ave. Oshkosh, WI 54901

This event is free and open to the public.

Appropriate for 14+. Doors open at 1:30 p.m.

To learn more, visit: seedsoffire.org or dweiss@brushfiresfoundation.org

What is this month’s film about?

One Generation Away is a fast-paced film that travels the United States (and Europe) in search of a deeper understanding of the religious freedom clauses in the Constitution’s First Amendment. From Hobby Lobby to the Mt. Soledad Cross in San Diego to wedding service providers in the Northwest, One Generation Away asks hard questions about the status of religious liberty in America today. The film includes leading voices on both sides of the issue. One Generation Away discovers that our “first freedom”—religious liberty—is one that demands attention at this critical point in American history.

Seeds of Fire is a missions project of The Brushfires Foundation, a Christ-centered 501(c)3 ministry equipping the Christian church to offer a compelling response to sexual brokenness in the Fox Valley and beyond.

This is the last film in our series. We hope to see you there!



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