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Harding Welcomes Authors who Recount their Story behind REMAND

Harding Academy invites you to join us on February 9 to hear the incredible story of an African boy, an American lawyer, and their remarkable battle for freedom. Stuck in a Ugandan prison for two murders he didn't commit, young Henry is losing hope. He pleads with God for a sign. Meanwhile in California, Jim finds himself saying a small 'yes' to God who brings their lives together with momentous results. Professor Jim Gash and Tumusiime Henry will recount their journey for Harding Academy's students, faculty, and guests during an assembly. Immediately following, a preview screening of the documentary REMAND followed by an interactive Q&A will be held. Recently released Divine Collision books, authored by Jim and Henry, will be available for sale.

February 9, 2016
Assembly | Emmons Auditorium 9:25 a.m.

Preview Screening of REMAND & Interactive Q&A will be in the Stepherson Room at 10:05 a.m. (Seats for the preview screening may be limited depending on attendance.)

  • Film trailer can be found here.
  • Bob Goff describes his experience in this brief clip.
  • The film’s official website may be found at www.remandfilm.com.
  • The book is currently Amazon’s #1 release in the Lawyer & Judge Biography category.

Professor Jim Gash, Tumusiime Henry, J. P. Webber and Lauren Webber

Photos from the assembly: