Christian University is hosting the Cincinnati premier of the movieRagamuffin:
The True Story of Rich Mullinson
Wednesday night, January 22nd at 7:00 p.m.
The Gospel Music Award
Winning artistattended CCU between 1974-1978 and lived in the
city until 1980. One of the most revered Christian Music artists of his time,
Mullins tragically passed away in a car accident in 1997.
Parts of the movie were shot on location at CCU's campus last year
and other portions were shot at The
Gilligan Funeral Home in Walnut Hills. The film was independently
developed and directed by David Leo Schultz of Orange County, California.
CCU Director of Marketing Steve Carr said, "CCU is proud of
Mullin's legacy and Ragamuffin is a powerful story of redemption that reflects
key aspects of our Christian faith."
CCU is not profiting from this screening; all proceeds will go to
recoup the cost of making the film. More information can be found atwww.CCUniversity.edu/Ragamuffin
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