First Church of the Nazarene will host ‘The Jesus Film’ showing at Stateline

Published 9:45 am Thursday, February 15, 2024

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The Elizabethton Church of the Nazarene will host the showing of The Jesus Film Saturday, March 30, at 7:30 p.m. at the Stateline Drive-In Theatre.
This outreach event is to share the story of Jesus with those in our community who are not familiar with who Jesus is and what he did for humanity.
This free event will include popcorn, hotdogs, water, and door prizes.
“Jesus, if you don’t know him, come hear his story,” invites the pastor, the Rev. Kenley Knight.
The Stateline Drive-In is located at 3690 Highway 19E.
The Jesus Film started in 1979 as a ministry of Campus Crusade and is a film based on the gospel of Luke. Within 10 years of its creation The Jesus Film was the most translated and most watched film in the world, now reported to have been translated into over 2000 languages and seen by over 3 billion people in almost every country in the world.
The Jesus Film is a richly collaborative ministry partnering with a vast assortment of ministries in the Bible translation, evangelism, and church planting spaces. Today, 90% of the Jesus Film projects final results come from their church planting partners in the field.
Josh Newell, Executive Director of The Jesus Film project said, “For us, the mission hasn’t changed. It’s all about getting the gospel to everyone everywhere.”
All churches and everyone in the community is invited to the film showing.

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