The two-time Grammy award-winning band, For KING & COUNTRY invites everyone to watch their groundbreaking film, PRICELESS, on Christian Cinema’s Facebook Live feed at 8 p.m. EST by tonight, highlighting the one-year anniversary of the film.
In Priceless, James Stevens, after the tragic death of his wife and losing custody of his little girl, is at the darkest crossroad of his life. Driving a truck with mysterious but questionable cargo, Stevens realizes that he’s part of the system driving two sisters into sex slavery. Forced to make a decision, he must choose between running with the illicit payment he receives or taking a stand for something greater.
This film is being shown for free to advance the causes that have been championed in it, that all people are worthy of respect, that standing up for human dignity requires conscious, pro-active efforts on the part of the church and believers everywhere.
They created a culture show, where they discuss issues that have to do with sexual abuse and the rest and they discovered that the problems have gone beyond just human trafficking.
It was confirmed by a Twitter spokeswoman on Monday, after Alyssa Milano, an American actress, activist spoke to the Women to share their personal experiences about sexual harassment or sexual assault, the hashtag #Metoo has been tweeted nearly a half a million times recording that one in three women have been sexually harassed at work, and two-thirds have experienced street harassment. One in six has been raped or experienced an attempted rape.
The band named their action as a passion project that the family firmly believes in saying
“We’ve been standing on stage telling women that they deserve to be treated with love and respect,” “And telling men that there’s a chivalrous way to show love. That lead us to Priceless.” shared by Joel Smallbone
The film was directed by Ben Smallbone, produced by Luke Smallbone and starred Joel Smallbone as James.
Enjoy watching this thrilling and provocative film through Christian Cinema’s Facebook Live broadcast on Thursday, October 19, at 8 p.m. EST( converted 12 am GMT) and It’s the band’s desire that more people will be aware of the victims of sexual abuse and it’s devastating aftermath that leaves victims hopeless and without a voice. Each one is Priceless.