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Movies are back!

In Partnership with Legacy Minded Men, we want to share a special complimentary devotional, A FATHER’S LEGACY.

 

We’re kind of excited about more theaters opening and people gathering together to experience stories of hope and change…with a bucket of buttered popcorn.

A FATHER’S LEGACY, a new film coming to theaters on June 17th, may not be a typical Faith and family film, but the audience who will respond best to this story, will change the most, are men.  A FATHER’S LEGACY is definitely a ‘Guys movie’.

Our Partnership with Legacy Minded Men includes a FREE special  A FATHER’S LEGACY devotional.

CLICK HERE to visit the Legacy Minded Men-A Father’s Legacy page to download your free copy.

A FATHER’S LEGACY follows a young man (Jason Mac) on the run after an armed robbery. Hiding from the law, he finds himself at the secluded home of a stranger (Tobin Bell) and even though their connection is first as captor & captive, they form a tenuous friendship.

As the days together pass and the secrets about their past are revealed, they learn that they might not have been looking for each other….but they may have been brought together for a reason.


ADDED LEGACY BONUS:

CHURCH LEADERS SPECIAL PREVIEW

Through Catalyst’s partnership with the distributor, Church Leaders* have an opportunity to privately preview this film and consider getting your men together to see it in theaters on Thursday, June 17th (Father’s Day is June 20th).

*Pastors, Ministry Leaders, Deacons

In return for previewing the film, we do ask that you give us a one or two-sentence statement of how you felt about  A FATHER’S LEGACY.  If it’s great, we may choose to use it in our promotion to other church leaders.

Kyle Thompson

As the President at Catalyst Resource Group, Kyle Thompson helps engage an audience of thousands of leaders at churches and other non-profit groups with streaming services and ministry resources. Since 1994, Kyle has worked to bring messages and stories of faith in movies and tv through over 50 feature films and documentaries, including I Can Only Imagine, Breakthrough, Just Mercy, Heaven is for Real, The Passion of The Christ, Fireproof and Hacksaw Ridge.