Ever heard of a lil show called “Friday Night Lights”?
Well, if you’re a fan. . .I’ve got a surprise for you in this bonus episode.
Mr. Friday Night Lights (Drew Waters) and the “Firepoof lady” (Erin Bethea) have teamed up to create Argentum Films. On October 28th they release their first feature film, “New Life”. Drew served as writer, director and producer.In this episode, I joined Kay Wyma (“Say Something” show), Erin Shreyer (“Flourish” Podcast) and Drew in a poignant and fun conversation. Beyond talking about the film, Drew shared some personal stories. Including the time he surrendered his life to God while filming a salvation scene in “The Redemption of Henry Myers”. Powerful stuff.
Drew also told us about how his grandfather dying of a broken heart influenced the writing of this film. Which led us to a discussion on the ups and downs of life. How we grieve with one another by sitting with and listening to our friends in pain. Drew encouraged us to have a conversation with someone. Not knowing the impact it could make in that person’s story.
Most importantly, we chatted about Drew & Erin’s desire to create entertainment that inspires. Bringing hope to the hopeless. Who doesn’t need more of that?
New Life Movie:
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Seen this show in Dallas. Loved it. I was a little disappointed they cut some of the prayer scenes out. My Son and daughter in law wrote the movie. When I watched it. I could see both of their personalities in the acting. Thanks for sharing