The night will begin with a talk from Jenkins, who will share about his latest and most important project since the Left Behind series, a novel account of the life of Saul of Tarsus in his recently released book, I, Saul (Worthy Publishing, August 2013). Jenkins’ presentation will be followed by dinner and the awards ceremony.
Sponsored by Worthy Publishing, the Religion Newswriters Association’s Awards Banquet honors the best of the best in religion newswriting, presenting 45 religion writers and reporters from across the nation with awards.
National Back to Church Sunday® 2013 broke records again this year when an estimated 3 million people attended a Back to Church Sunday event last weekend, believed to be the highest attendance on record for the event.
The effort had already broken records for numbers of participating churches. A total of 21,491 churches from all 50 states enrolled in 2013, 8,339 more churches than the prior year, representing an increase of more than 63 percent.
The original live event will take place on Sept. 24 from The Vines Center at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. Due to high demand from theaters that have already sold out of tickets, a second showing has been scheduled in select theaters.
Interest from audiences and media outlets continues to escalate since it was discovered that both Facebook and YouTube initially blocked the trailer labeling it as “unsafe” and “abusive.” After Cameron’s supporters rallied online support, the incident was resolved.
Cameron calls UNSTOPPABLE his “most personal” project to date as he invites audiences to join him on a powerful, visual journey to better understand the biggest doubt-raising question in faith: “Where is God in the midst of tragedy and suffering?”
Combining thought-provoking discussions with music and artistic vignettes, UNSTOPPABLE investigates the origins of good and evil and how they impact our lives … and our eternities.
Tickets are available through www.unstoppablethemovie.com or www.Fathomevents.com.