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Rock Bottom and Back Screening


Meet the authors, talk with the heroes from the book and film, and enjoy a special screening of Rock Bottom and Back this Saturday only at Parkview Baptist Church at 10 a.m. Don’t miss your chance to see this inspirational and uplifting film!

Times have been hard the last few months in Louisiana. We have experienced record-breaking flooding and three months later, many of us are still trying to get the help we need to get back into our homes. A lot of us have experienced major ups and downs since the water finally receded, and some of us have begun to wonder if things will ever get easier.
 
While each story is different and no two families will experience the same ups and downs, we must all try to stay positive because things can and will get better. One way to remain positive is to read and listen to stories of others bouncing back stronger than ever.
 
Rock Bottom and Back: From Desperation to Inspiration by Susan Mustafa and Earl B. Heard tells the stories of those who have hit rock bottom and responded with recovery and service to others. Whether their stories are of experiencing tragedy, overcoming an addiction, or coping with a life-threatening illness, they all found a way to get back on their feet.
 
Their inspirational stories will make you cry and make you smile, but will also enable you to emerge stronger than ever. Rock Bottom and Back serves as an incredible foundation to help those who feel they have hit rock bottom get back on track and keep fighting.
 
The book has been adapted into a docu-series on DVD so you can see each person share their story in their own voice. Don’t forget. The screening will be on Saturday, November 12 at Parkview Baptist Church at 10 a.m., and it offers a chance for viewers to see the film, and meet the authors, heroes from the book, and those involved in the film.
 
Limited seating is available so please RSVP to Kesley Bourgeois at kesley@bicalliance.com or call (225) 751-9996. Please bring an unwrapped toy or nonperishable food item. A portion of all book and DVD sales will go to flood victims.

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29 Nov 2016


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