Less Talk. More Action.

Less Talk. More Action.

Sep 26, 2017

Rev. David Stall, Senior Pastor

First Hopkinton Seventh Day Baptist

Many of you have already heard that KEVIN SORBO will be our keynote speaker at our conference in 2018! Kevin is an actor who is well-known for his role on the Hercules TV show and the Andromeda series. He has done lots of movies, including God’s Not Dead, What If, and Soul Surfer. He also wrote a book called True Strength. Kevin is a Christian and is committed to speaking out for Godly causes and values…even in Hollywood where those ideas are not always popular. He is a “Less Talk. More Action.” kind of guy and I can’t wait for you to hear from him in WI next summer.

Ready…. ACTION!

New Movie release: “Let There Be Light” in theaters October 27

Starring: Kevin Sorbo and his wife, Sam Sorbo

Executive Producer: Sean Hannity

Directed by Kevin, co-written by Sam, and starring both — and their kids!

This movie is a family effort and something the Sorbos are passionate about.

I have emailed and talked with the Sorbos about this new movie. They even sent me a link to watch the movie before release! It was fun, entertaining, challenging, inspiring, and generally great! There were laughs and tears, and great reminders of what is important. I’m encouraging you to support Christian movies in general and GET OUT TO A THEATER and see this one in October!

Sam said I could quote her on this: “At its heart, this movie is about the transformational power of the true light. You and I know that Jesus is the light of the world, the only source of true and lasting spiritual illumination. This movie looks at man’s power struggle with his Father in heaven, and his struggle to be a father (and husband). I believe this is why it resonates so well with men. ” — Sam Sorbo

Let There Be Light (Movie Synopsis)

World-famous atheist Dr. Sol Harkens (Kevin Sorbo) delights in debating and defeating Christians, but is emotionally empty. Isolated from Katy (Sam Sorbo), the wife he divorced following the harrowing loss of their first son, and a lousy part-time dad to their two younger boys, his self-destruction culminates in a car crash that leaves him clinically dead for four minutes. The four-word message from that experience challenges his convictions, sending him into a panicked tailspin. Reluctantly leaning on his family’s forgiveness, love and faith, Sol struggles to find meaning and purpose in the words “LET THERE BE LIGHT.”

Find out more about the movie and watch the trailer go to www.lettherebelightmovie.com

Presidential visit dates: 9/30 Allegheny Association in Toronto, Ontario; 10/6 Berlin, NY; 10/7 Central NY Association in Verona, NY; 12/23 Boulder, CO

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