Spring Hill resident David Kiern will debut his newest movie, “Living Hope,” at the Church of Station Hill, March 16 at5:30 p.m.
The movie, about Cape Town, South Africa pastor John Thomas and his realization that an entire generation of his neighbors could soon be list to HIV, AIDS and poverty, shows the action he took that not only changed Cape Town, but attracted the attention of foreign dignitaries, rock musicians and U.S. Presidents.
“‘Living Hope’ tells the inspirational story of this pastor and the hundreds who came alongside him to fight poverty and disease in South Africa, said Kiern.”Follow alongside these amazing people, and witness a seldom-seen perspective of the joy, heartache, and passion of missionaries in Africa.”
Narrated by Dove award winner Joel Smallbone, of the band For King & Country, “Living Hope “also features personal stories from Grammy winner Michael W. Smith and former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino. The soundtrack includes music from Casting Crowns, Jars of Clay, and Michael W. Smith.
Directed by Kiern (“Journey to Everest”) and produced by Mitchell Galin (Hallmark’s “The Shunning,” “Norman Rockwell’s Shuffleton’s Barbershop,” and Syfy’s “Dune”).
For more information, or to view a trailer of the movie, visit www.livinghopedocumentary.com.