Pre-release of teenage movie will be shown

  Jake and Roger grew up as best friends. Then, in high school, Jake becomes a star athlete who has it all:  A college scholarship and the perfect girl, an ideal life that comes at the exclusion of his childhood friend.  Roger, who no longer is in Jake's circle of friends, is tired of always being pushed aside and makes a tragic move, causing Jake's world to spin out of control. As Jake searches for answers, he begins a journey that will change his life forever.

“To Save A Life” is a story about real-life challenges and hard choices. For anyone who has struggled with regret, loneliness or pain, it is a story of hope. 
A powerful PG-13 rated movie for teenagers, parents and teachers, “To Save a Life” is an inspirational story about living a life of significance.
The story deals with issues including suicide, rejection, cutting, substance abuse and teen pregnancy.
“To Save a Life” will be shown on May 27, 7 pm at Living Way Fellowship, 708 Missouri in Miles City. 
For more information please call (406) 234-3091.

Published May 26, 2010

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