The latest DVD from My Hope UK, Second Chance, was shown as part of a presentation to over 50 church leaders and evangelists in the Vue Cinema in Romford, on Thursday 25 February.
Former Thurrock schools’ worker and Counties’ Evangelist Steve Morley were among the audience.
The event was facilitated by Kim Dopson (also of 28:19 In Action and NDOP) with help from Tim Harrold and, on the day, various member of the My Hope team based at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Society’s headquarters in Buckhurst Hill.
There was a time of worship led by Havering pastor Glenn Podd, and then an address from Steve Wade, UK Director of My Hope.
Steve then interviewed Dr Nathalie MacDermott, who appears in Second Chance. Nathalie is a young doctor from Cardiff who served in Liberia to help people with Ebola and is now doing a PhD at Imperial College, London. At one time suffering from a dietry condition, her story is impacting and a great witness to the love of Jesus.
Second Chance also features Chris Llewellyn, lead singer for the popular Irish Christian band Rend Collective, and pro-skateboarder Brian Sumner, who was brought up in Liverpool and found fame with Tony Hawk.
The event concluded with Gary Seithel of the Across Havering prayer network making a brief speech and giving a couple of notices.
It is hoped that eventually Second Chance – and whatever follows – will be shown at Leaders’ Presentations in Vue Cinemas up and down the the length and breadth of the United Kingdom.
See the linked articles to find out how to get hold of your free copy of Second Chance. Or watch the 25 minute long film here:
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Tim Harrold’s role as My Hope’s Essex & Kent Regional Coordinator ends on 31 March 2016 when his current contract ends and new roles are established at My Hope.