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What's Happening at CCC!
CCC host the screening of the ground-breaking, critically acclaimed movie "BETRAYED: The Clergy Killer DNA
Carolina Christian College in fellowship with Stressed Clergy Association and US Films, invites you to an upcoming event of importance to all spiritual leaders and their flocks: the showing of the religious ground breaking documentary entitled “BETRAYED: The Clergy Killer’s DNA” (www.betrayedthemovie.com). Interactive discussion will follow the showing.
“BETRAYED: The Clergy Killer’s DNA” has been critically acclaimed as one of the most important religious films of the decade. “Simply put, we are not alone. This film saves vocations.” The Christian Film Review.
On Thursday June 5th, (1:00pm to 4:00pm), this ministry-changing presentation will be held at The Grand 18 movie theater in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Admission is free. Reservations are required due to limited seating. Members of your staff, ministries, and laity are invited. You may make your reservation(s) by e-mail to: email@example.com or by calling 336-744-0900. When making your reservation by e-mail please include your name, address, and phone number and indicate the number of tickets required. Tickets will be mailed to your given address.
Q AND A SESSION AND PRAYER AFTER SCREENING
Rev. Kanipe, at the request of Oxford University, London, England, lectured on (1) stressed clergy, (2) the impact on staff, (3) church ministries and congregations. As the Director of Stressed Clergy Association, Rev. Kanipe has spoken on this critical subject throughout the United States
Dr. Jim Powell is both an ordained United Methodist Minister and a Licensed Psychologist. Dr. Powell is a board member of Stressed Clergy Association. He has been the director of a mental health center in North Carolina, the president of The Psychological Studies Institute in Atlanta (a college now named Richmont Graduate University), has taught with several colleges in North Carolina and Georgia, in addition to his clinical work in counseling. He has also been a frequent expert witness in court and has a practice in forensic psychology.