We've mentioned The Drop Box before, and now it finally has a release date! For 3 days, March 3-5, The Drop Box will be featured in theaters around the country. The synopsis for this film reads:
"Every year, hundreds of newborn babies are abandoned on the streets of Seoul, South Korea. The Drop Box tells the story of Lee Jong-rak, a pastor who has dedicated his life to embracing and protecting those deemed undesirable and unlovable. By installing a “mailbox” for women to surrender their babies, Pastor Lee has created an environment of love and hope for those who would have otherwise been abandoned on the streets.
In addition to watching this moving documentary, you’ll hear from a panel of special guests including filmmaker Brian Ivie, Grammy and Dove Award-winning recording artist Steven Curtis Chapman, his wife Mary Beth, and moderator for the evening, Focus on the Family president Jim Daly.
Don’t miss the incredible story of the forgotten, the abandoned, the discarded - and the man who is giving everything to protect them."
Also, Focus on the Family is running a contest right now for a chance to win two tickets to view this film in Colorado Springs on March 3rd. You can find out more info about entering this contest on the Plugged In website.
You can find out more about seeing this film in a theater near you at the Fathom Events website or you can learn more at The Drop Box Movie website. Have you seen this movie or do you intend on seeing it? If so, let us know your thoughts in the comments below!