Screening Room: A Story of Redemption in Flint, Michigan

By David Schonauer   Tuesday April 4, 2017

Noah Patton’s childhood in Flint was difficult: His community was hit hard by the crack epidemic and the decline of the auto industry. “My kid got lead have to say to yourself, ‘It’s not right,’ notes Patton in the short documentary Noah, beautifully directed by Dana Romanoff. Despite the systemic forces that left his community broken, Patton testifies about how his life improved through his belief in God and the positive influence of the Christian faith in his life, notes the Atlantic, which features the film.

Read the whole story at The Atlantic.


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