#8216;Facing the Giants#039; at Southside Baptist Church on March 24
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, February 28, 2007
A sports-oriented movie designed to inspire the entire community is coming to Greenville in March.
Southside Baptist Church's Men on Missions is sponsoring a screening of “Facing the Giants” at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 24, 2007.
“This will be shown in our sanctuary on the big screen and it's free to the entire community,” said Larry Norton of Southside.
“Please take a moment to block off the time on your calendar to see an inspirational movie that shows how God works in lives both on and off the football field.”
Norton said members of the Greenville High School Tigers football team were present during the recent screening of a clip from the motion picture.
“Facing the Giants” is the story of a coach, Grant Taylor, whose team, the Shiloh Eagles, has never experienced the satisfaction of a winning season.
Things get worse when his best player decides to transfer to another school.
After losing the first three games, Taylor discovers a group of parents are plotting to have him fired.
With increasing pressures at home and on the field, Taylor loses hope as he battles fear and failure.
Then, an unexpected challenge helps the beleaguered coach discover a life purpose bigger than just victories.
As he dares to trust God to do the impossible, Coach Taylor and the Eagles learn how faith plays out both on and off the field.
“We'd love to see people from all across the community attend the screening. It is free and probably better than anything on TV that Saturday night,” Norton said, adding, “I can't promise popcorn but I do promise something to stand up and cheer about!”
Anyone wanting more information about this special event are asked to call or email Bobby Johnson at 382-0908, email@example.com or contact the church office at 382-6224.