Prayer never fails so why has it been removed schools, community, government and social activities. If you have a conversation about your beliefs in God it is almost as if you are condemning the very core of man. How did we get here? Will we stay in this place? Do we think that we are stronger without faith? How long will we continue to celebrate the hater and not the Creator?
Stop and think! Is our world a much better place without prayer? Come on speak, I’m waiting your responses…..
I’d like to personally invite you to a new movie that will hit theaters on January 15, 2016 (screen it early release). Prayer Never Fails is a gripping legal drama about an up-and-coming small town high school basketball coach, well on his way to a championship caliber season, when he gets fired after praying with one of his players who is in great need. The movie is powerful, and at its essence, epitomizes Stepping Out On Faith, Facing Failure, Staying in Prayer, Following Your Calling, Knowing Your Rights, and Honoring the Will of God For Your Life.
The movie has a star-studded line-up with Tony Award Nominee Clifton Davis, Eric Roberts, Lorenzo Lamas, Lyn Whitfield, Nick Lashaway, and Corbin Bernsen. Directed by Wes Miller.
The producers of this powerful movie Leonard Ohaebosim and Scott Seegmiller are my guests on ‘Clo Show’ this Sunday 12 p.m- 3 p.m. on 99.3/105.7 Kiss Fm. Listen in on our interview and then watch the trailer from Prayer Never Fails.
Miss Community Chats With Producers of the Movie ‘Prayer Never Fails’ was originally published on kissrichmond.com