Breaking Chains: Help Make a Christian Film

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Some may recall a few years ago at CatholicMom.com, we shared an interview with Kyle Prohaska, a Christian filmmaker, who wrote, directed and produced the film, Standing Firm.  Fast forward to today, Kyle is married, has a son, and they are expecting their daughter this Fall.  Kyle has begun work on his next Christian film called Breaking Chains.  Many independent and Christian filmmakers have a small budget.  Kyle cannot produce this film without the help of others.

The Prohaska Family - Kyle, Calvin, & Denise...Evelyn Grace coming Oct 2013

The Prohaska Family – Kyle, Calvin, & Denise…Evelyn Grace coming Oct 2013

According to Kyle’s Kickstarter project, he is producing this film  “to impact as many lives as possible with the best movie me and my cast/crew can muster with the resources we have!” said Kyle.

Kyle needs to reach his fundraising goal by Sunday, July 21st to be able to produce this film that will impact and inspire people.

Learn more about Kyle’s next film, Breaking Chains, and this Kickstarter project where you can help him make his next film that will uplift viewers, at  www.breakingchainsmovie.com

Prayerfully consider helping to support Kyle with his next film.  We need more films like this that will inspire and uplift people to make our world a better place.

Copyright 2013 Daniel Smrokowski

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Daniel Smrokowski is a December 2012 graduate from Roosevelt University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism. He is the Founder and Executive Director of SpecialChronicles.com, and the podcaster and blogger for the Special Chronicles and the RUInspired podcasts. He is a young journalist who was the recipient of the 2012 Matthew Freeman Award for Social Justice for his continuing efforts via media and reporting to give people with disabilities a voice. Through his work as a Podcaster, Blogger, Journalist, Public Speaker, Multimedia specialist, radio show host, and Award Winning Special Olympian, he enjoys spreading the message to respect others, like himself, who were diagnosed with the “disability” label.

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