House on the Rock, in partnership with the United States Consulate General, Lagos, screened for the first time in Nigeria, the movie 'Captive'.
One of Africa’s fast-growing metropolitan church, House on the Rock, in partnership with the United States Consulate General, Lagos, screened for the first time in Nigeria, the all-new 2015 movie, Captive.'
The screening which took place at the Rock Cathedral, on Thursday, October 1, 2015, was attended by notable personalities like Timi Dakolo, Paul Adeferasin, Monalisa Chinda, Jimi Agbaje, Erelu Abiola, Oba Elegushi among others.
The screening of Captive, which coincides with the celebrations of Nigeria’s 55th Independence Day anniversary, was aimed at further promoting peace, nation building and the development of minds and purpose towards achieving the Nigeria of our dreams.
“At House On The Rock, we will continue to innovate and seek mediums to spread the gospel of faith in unconventional ways to inspire both the churched and unchurched people in the world“, commented senior pastor, Paul Adefarasin had said prior to screening.
The star-studded thriller is based on the true-life story of Brian Nichols who famously broke out of prison in 2005 and went on a killing spree.
This film, however, is more about the relationship he developed with one of his kidnapped victims and the road to redemption, and features David Oyelowo and Kate Mara.
On Sunday, January 8, 2015, British-born Nigerian international movie star, David Oyelowo and co-star Carmen Ejogoattended the premiere of award winning movie 'Selma' in Nigeria, hosted by House on The Rock church,
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