Like many others, when I read Don Miller's Blue Like Jazz several years ago, I was blown away by its engaging and authentic telling of one man's quest to come to grips with his faith. Many of us have been in the same boat as Don, trying to make sense of the faith we had inherited in a world where it seemed increasingly irrelevant.
Now the story has been made into a movie, and we at Vintage Fellowship are thrilled at the opportunity to host a screening of Blue Like Jazz: the Movie on Thursday, August 30at the Malco Razorback Cinema in Fayetteville. Tickets can now be reserved for $10 each here: http://www.tugg.com/events/1124#.UA1oMjGe7i6.
Blue Like Jazz: the Movie is not your typical Christian film. It is raw and real. It doesn't sugarcoat the struggles many people face, and it doesn't necessarily tie everything up with a neat bow in the end. It is rated PG-13 for mature thematic material, sexuality, drug and alcohol content, and some language.
You can learn more about the film here:
Posted by my friend and colleague in Christian ministry, Robb Ryerse