If you are a blogger and live in the Seattle area, you are invited to a special advanced screening (details below) of BYU Broadcasting's The 5000 Days Project: Two Brothers, which will premier at 4 p.m. MST on BYUtv directly following the afternoon session of General Conference on Sunday, October 2nd. Plus, filmmaker Rick Stevenson has generously offered a free copy of the DVD to attendees. Let us know as soon as possible if you'd like to attend by sending us an email with the number of guests to expect.
SPONSOR: Modern Mormon Men
WHAT: Dessert and Film Screening
WHO: Northwest bloggers* & their families (children 12+)
WHERE: The Stevenson's, Shoreline, Washington (address will be sent once RSVP is received)
WHEN: 7:00 - 10:00 p.m., Friday, September 23rd
* If you can help spread the word in other ways, you're also invited
here and here) and Luke Nelson, is a surprisingly candid journey through time involving their adolescent struggles with brotherhood, depression, peer pressure, forgiveness and growth in their mormon faith. The film features in-depth interviews and life footage, as well as first-of-its-kind mission field video diaries from Sam. This is a film everyone should see, including and especially youth, and you get to see it before it airs.