Christ Unity Of Chattanooga Presents "As A Man Thinketh" Documentary Thursday

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

As Man Thinketh, a documentary, will be presented by Christ Unity of Chattanooga on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Chattanooga.   A love offering will be taken.

The film is presented by Christ Unity of Chattanooga and shown at Unitarian Universalist Church of Chattanooga who has provided space for us for the event.

"Jon Miller's follow up to his What is New Thought? documentary is an insightful and thought changing docu-drama based on New Thought author James Allen's classic book, As A Man Thinketh," officials said.



"With his professional and personal life in turmoil, Jimmy's life takes an unexpected turn as the transformative teachings of an antique book help him realize how his thoughts are, in fact, shaping his world. Insightful documentary interviews with renowned authors, speakers and ministers are used throughout the film to highlight the powerful message of the book -- that our thoughts are the creative force in our lives."

"Filmed in the vein of a What the Bleep Do We Know? style, the film is peppered with inspired conervsations with such new thought luminaries as Rev. Michael Beckwith, Edwene Gaines, Mitch Horowitz, Rev. Sherri James, Faith Rivera, Dr. Joe Vitale and more," officials said.

Click here for a preview.



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