The film did not leave me thinking about any deep spiritual truths, and to be honest, it seemed almost interminable. Well-written dialogue backed by superb performances by lead cast members kept me in my seat, and I was glad to be able to see Ledger’s final act (which undoubtedly was/is the movie’s biggest draw).
Sometimes when we talk about our faith and about the way we are trying to reach people who aren’t Christians, we aren’t talking about things in a very adequate way.
Friday, Apr. 16 students and alumni bands: Great Seal, The Ron Kent Band, Steven Eric Berkenkemper, and Shaw’s Landing performed for fellow student and quadriplegic Brian Ziegler; who plans to climb Machu Picchu in South America in order to raise money and awareness for a children sponsorship program, Compassion International.
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