Join Tony, Peggy and friends for a special screening of a new documentary: Tony Campolo: Divine Dissatisfaction, a “legacy documentary capturing the beautiful humanity and distilled wisdom of the sociologist, pastor and author Tony Campolo.”
Whether you’re Tony’s friend, fan, colleague or student, an Eastern alum or current student, we invite you to come watch and discuss this artistic and creative portrayal of the milestones of Tony’s faith, life and journey: as husband, father, professor, preacher, activist and “patron saint of Eastern University.”
Thursday, October 12, 2017
7 PM: Screening and Q & A with Tony
8 PM: Reception with dessert & coffee
1300 Eagle Road
St. Davids, PA 19087
This is a FREE event, but seating is limited and tickets are required. Click here to reserve your seats today.
For more information contact the office Tony and the Campolo Center for Ministry at:
ABOUT THE DOCUMENTARY
The documentary “Tony Campolo: Divine Dissatisfaction” will go beyond the what and how of his literary and life accomplishments and embrace the why. Why does he do what he does? Why does he continue to articulate his inner life? Why does he continue to challenge the status quo even when it’s uncomfortable for others and possibly himself? Why does all of this still matter to him?
“A short-form, legacy documentary capturing the beautiful humanity and distilled wisdom of the sociologist, pastor and author Tony Campolo.”
– Greg Fromholz, director and producer of Tony Campolo: Divine Dissatisfaction
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Greg Fromholz is an accomplished author, noted public speaker, faith- and thought-leader. His 2015 documentary film, Phyllis, about renowned author, theologian and Christian Mystic, Phyllis Tickle, was selected for screening at the Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival. His other films include, Peterson: In-Between the Man and the Message, about Eugene Peterson, the beloved pastor and well-known author of The Message.
Tony Campolo is Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Special Assistant to the President at Eastern University. He previously served for ten years on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania. He holds three degrees from Eastern College and Seminary and earned a Ph.D. from Temple University. Tony is a leader and visionary for the Red Letter Christians movement and the Campolo Center at Eastern University and has authored over 40 books including, Red Letter Revolution: What If Jesus Really Meant What He Said? and most recently co-authored with his son, Bart Campolo, Why I Left, Why I Stayed.