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“GOD IN THE BOX” A DOCUMENTARY FILM FOLLOWED BY Q & A, DISCUSSION AND RECEPTION WITH DIRECTOR, NATHAN LANG; SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2; 7 PM; MARYVILLE UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM; FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
MARYVILLE UNIVERSITY'S OFFICE OF CAMPUS MINISTRY AND COMMUNITY SERVICE AND MUJSU PRESENTS:
“GOD IN THE BOX”
A DOCUMENTARY FILM
FOLLOWED BY Q & A, DISCUSSION AND RECEPTION
WITH DIRECTOR, NATHAN LANG
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2; 7 PM
MARYVILLE UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
God in the Box is a documentary film, which explores the mystery and controversy behind what God looks like and means to us as Americans in the 21st century. In the midst of today’s fractured and confusing claims on God, the film asserts two basic questions: What does God mean to you? What does God look like to you?
The filmmakers embark on a cross-country journey with their small, mobile studio (and main character), The Box. They invite people to step inside and share what they see in their mind’s eye, and if possible, draw what God looks like to them. Along their journey, the filmmakers set The Box up on iconic street corners and diverse locations across America.
Stephen DiSalvo, M. Ed., M. Div.
Director of Campus Ministry and Community Service
650 Maryville University Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141
fax (314) 529-9187
|Where||Maryville University of Saint Louis 650 Maryville University Dr, Saint Louis, MO 63141 (Maryville University Auditorium)|
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|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
|Price||FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.|
More About Maryville University of Saint Louis
Maryville University was originally located in south St. Louis, but moved to this 130-acre location in Town and Country in 1960. It used to be a Catholic all-girls school, but is now non-denoninational and co-ed.
Ninety percent of the Maryville's students come from Missouri and Illinois, but the school is working to build its international student body. Ninety-five percent of undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid, according to school officials.