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Erica Galindo
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Last edited on: March 5, 2016.

Told through the perspective of Rachel Joy Scott, I’m Not Ashamed is a powerful statement of putting God first.

On April 20th, 1999, the world would never be the same.

When two teenage boys entered Columbine High School with guns and homemade bombs with a mission to kill hundreds of their classmates, they completely redefined how precious life is.

Rachel, the first student to die that day, lived her life for God. Moments before her death, the armed gunmen teased her by asking, “Do you still believe in your God?” Terrified, Rachel replied, “You know that I do,” and was killed.

I’m Not Ashamed tells Rachel’s story through her own words from her drawings and journal she left behind. Discovering the hope through Rachel’s past, discover the story of a student who showed radical compassion to those who were hurting or felt unnoticed.

Starring Masey McLain as Rachel Scott, I’m Not Ashamed is an incredible story of a brave girl who was not ashamed to share her love for Jesus with those around her.

You can see I’m Not Ashamed in theaters starting April 20th!

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