Coming to theaters in October, I’m Not Ashamed is a drama based on the journals of Rachel Scott, the first victim of the 1999 Columbine High School massacre in Columbine, Colorado. This is the true story of a high school student whose compassionate, caring faith caused her to reach out to fellow students including her killers who made her a target.

“Every believer and every church needs to see I’m Not Ashamed. It is that significant for our time!”
Josh McDowell, Josh McDowell Ministries

I’m Not Ashamed is a needed reminder in our time of what it costs to follow Jesus–but also the hope and peace He gives us in all circumstances. It’s authentic, moving, and a must see!”
Jeremy and Adie Camp

I’m Not Ashamed is a must-see for all Christians. It is an incredible view into lives of students on public school campuses. Rachel’s life impacted her school and continues to impact lives for Christ. In this touching movie, you will understand the great call to pray for children and schools. Just as Rachel Scott’s life has an eternal impact, so do our prayers for this next generation.”
Sally Burke, President, Moms in Prayer International

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I’m Not Ashamed stars Masey McLain, Sadie Robertson, Ben Davies, Cameron Mckendry, Victoria Staley, Taylor Kalupa, Elle Roberts, Terri Minton, Justin Cone, Cory Chapman, David Erigo Jr., Mark Daugherty, Ben VanderMey, Jaci Velasquez, Bella Robertson, Korie Robertson, and Matthew Schuler. The film is directed by Brian Baugh, and opens in theaters nationwide October 21, 2016.

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