The tickets will be given away to the first 50 people to show up to see the film.
The inspirational movie “Heaven is for Real” is the story of 3-year-old Colton Burpo who died and went to Heaven. Upon his return he tells is parents of his experiences and of meeting relatives that he had no knowledge of. This event is part of the First Wesleyan Church’s outreach program to get people to start thinking about God, Heaven, and religion in general.
Main Street Movie House owner Todd Hennard worked with the First Wesleyan Church to bring the Film “God's Not Dead to the theater a few weeks ago. He also came up with the idea of the religious film festival on Monday nights, which has been popular with local residents since it started at the beginning of May. The religious film festival will run every Monday until the end of June.