‘Woodlawn’ the film hit theaters Oct. 16 and is the true story focused on one of the first African-American star football players, Tony Nathan, and the spiritual awakening that happened during 1973-74 season at Woodlawn High School in Birmingham, Alabama amid forced racial integration of public high schools.
The movie highlights the revival that swept over a town because of a Chaplin’s boldness to introduce a football team to Jesus and it appears that the film’s message is spreading like wild fire. According to various reports, young people are standing up for their faith.
“I’ve never seen anything like it in my life! It started in Memphis, forty players came to Christ,” filmmaker Jon Erwin said in a radio interview about the revival that has hit movie theaters since the viewing of the film.
The Erwin brother likewise said during the 2015 Dove Awards that there in fact is a “revival happening in the movie theater.”
College players, even entire teams are coming to faith while watching the movie a video promotion for the film noted.
Watch trailer below:
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