Love Changing Lives: The Village Project Africa Story


We are delighted that we now have two opportunities to see the new documentary “Love Changing Lives; The Village Project Africa Story.” The film will be screened at Keystone Art Cinema at Keystone at the Crossing in Indianapolis on Thursday, April 27 at 7 PM and Thursday May 4 at 7 PM. See photos from the premiere here.  You may register for the May 4 screening below.

The documentary, written and directed by Emmy® award winner Donald Boggs, tells the stories of seven persons whose lives have been changed by God’s love in the tiny village of Makutano, Kenya.

Filmed on location in Kenya this past October, the documentary shares the experiences of Village Project Africa founder and president, Margaret Lewis as she suffered the loss of her husband and traveled to Makutano to rebuild her life. The film also focuses on the trials and challenges of four students at Heritage Academy as well as two American sponsors who are financially and prayerfully supporting the project.

Thanks to a generous gift from Church at the Crossing, there will be no cost to you for this evening, so we hope you can join us. RSVP by using the ATTEND EVENT or REGISTER button. Your name will be added to our attendee list and your tickets will be emailed to you. We are excited to see how God will use this documentary to spread the story of Village Project Africa in new ways.

Friends and families are welcome and encouraged. This is a great way for all of us to share the story of Village Project Africa.  If you cannot be in the Indianapolis area for these initial screenings, we will be providing information of how you can see it and share it with friends very soon.


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