Honored at eight international film festivals as either an invited film or the Best Documentary winner (Riverside International Film Festival, International Film Festival South Africa, ...
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Five married guys conspire to secretly share a penthouse loft in the city--a place where they can carry out hidden affairs and indulge in their deepest fantasies. But the fantasy becomes a nightmare when they discover the dead body of an unknown woman in the loft, and they realize one of the group must be involved.
Erik Van Looy
Honored at eight international film festivals as either an invited film or the Best Documentary winner (Riverside International Film Festival, International Film Festival South Africa, International Christian Film Festival, Gideon Media Arts Conference and Film Festival, National Outreach Convention Film Festival, San Diego Christian Film Festival, Transforming Stories International Film Festival and the Redemptive Film Festival). You've never seen a spiritual memoir like this. Like many who came of age in the 1960s, Greg Laurie was on a search for the meaning of life. Born out of wedlock to an alcoholic mother who married seven times, Greg started drinking, partying, and taking drugs to escape the dysfunction of his family. But his life was suddenly changed when he encountered a group of young Christians on his high school campus in Newport Beach, California. Greg has since authored more than 35 books, started what became one of the first mega-churches in the United States (Harvest ... Written by
Don't miss this opportunity to be introduced to a wonderful man, Greg Laurie and his tremendous influence in a hurting world.
LOST BOY is a warm, funny account of how a boy of the 1960s drug, sex, rock n'roll culture changed his course. Sometimes kids get lost in adult battles and Mr Laurie was born to a feisty mom too selfish for a child, more interested in dating and partying. My heart breaks for these kind of kids. They truly are forgotten emotional hotplates left with the burner switch on. I, too, am one. The word "saved" is glorious! saved from our own bondage, saved from our torments, Mr Laurie has become the Billy Graham of the west coast Evangelist movement called the Harvest Crusades. With snippets of vintage photos of the 1960s youth quake, recall yourself how Southern California appeared on the map with it's movie and music culture in full tilt offering escape and alternative worlds far from our folks. Still feel empty? I did. Like we had all the answers!! There, hidden behind the California desert were a group of stoned kids wandering around asking questions, seeking answers. Amidst the delusion of the time there came hope in the spirit of a Father much greater than any could imagine. It had everything to do with the real love of a real Father. His name is Jesus. Being saved is not easy to explain. It can happen to anyone; murderers and sinners of any degree. I think "Lost Boy" is an intelligent journey not only in one man's life but also significant to a lost generation. Our LORD GOD sweeps down and lifts up all who are hurting or need the mystery of life answered. Shortly after my own personal salvation, this documentary came out. It gripped me because I think, we all can identify with these truths. I find using this phenomenal tape in discussion of salvation helps the beaten down guy who thinks there is no hope for him! Mr Laurie is the first generation of pastors who emerged from the rebellious kids of the 60s into the Jesus freaks of the future of which I am proud to be one of.
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