Bob Bevington Guest Blogs Tomorrow

Posted: October 20, 2011 by jperritt in Drama, True Story
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Bob (left) Jerry (right)

We are rolling out the red carpet again at Reel Thinking to welcome author, optometrist, entrepreneur, management consultant, husband, father of four, blogger & screenwriter, Bob Bevington (He told me to write ‘wannabe screenwriter’, but I’ve had the privilege and honor to read one of his screenplays, so I can assure you he’s no wannabe).  Bob has coauthored two books with Jerry Bridges – The Great Exchange, My Sin for His Righteousness, (Crossway 2007), TheGreatExchangeBook.com and The Bookends of the Christian Life, (Crossway, 2009), TheBookendsBook.com.  His most recent book, entitled Red Like Blood: Confrontations with Grace, (Shepherd Press, 2011), RedLikeBlood.com, was coauthored with Joe Coffey.  He and Joe blog regularly at RedLikeBlood.com, so be sure and check that out. You can also keep up with him on twitter @RLBbook.

I was blessed to be able to meet Bob this past April at The Gospel Coalition and even shared a meal with him (he was kind enough to pick up the check). He is the kind of guy who never meets a stranger and has such a passion to proclaim the grace God has lavished on him.  All of that to say, we are very excited to have him blog on the film, The Elephant Man, tomorrow.  As you will see, this film left a deep impact on Bob and his communication of that should resonate with any movie-lover.  So be sure and make our esteemed guest feel welcomed by coming back tomorrow and checking out his post – The Elephant Man: The Beauty in the Beast.

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