*Finally, T.D. Jakes is giving his fans what they want. “Woman Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day” now released on DVD.
One of the minister’s more popular films is a story of love, faith, and redemption along the backdrop of one couple’s dramatic life.
“Releasing ‘Woman Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day’ on DVD allows our TDJ Independents division to distribute its signature inspirational content to a wider audience than through box office alone,” said T.D. Jakes.
David (Blair Underwood) and Kari (Sharon Leal) Ames seem to have the perfect life until their young daughter is kidnapped, and over the course of seven days they begin to uncover secrets about their past that threatens to destroy their marriage and divide their lives. As they race against time to find their child, who is believed to have been abducted by a serial killer that symbolically murders his victims ‘On the 7th Day,’ a series of secrets unveil a troubling past, putting their marriage and their future in jeopardy.
Look out for the DVD for just under $20, available now.
*Brace yourself folks, rapper Ja Rule will be staring in a gospel inspired film, portraying an ex-convict pastor.
Entitled “I’m in Love with a Church Girl,” Ja will play the role of a drug dealer trying to change his life around when he meets a woman, a church girl, played by Adrienne Bailon (Cheetah Girls).
The heart-warming story is actually based on the true story of Pastor Galley Molina who wrote the script while in prison.
“In 1996, I was sentenced to five years in prison,” explained Molina. “During that time, even before I was arrested I was already attending church. It’s not like I went away and then found God. God and I were already having some time together. God used this; that’s why we tagline the movie ‘God sometimes uses extreme measures to deal with extreme circumstances.”
The pastor believes the rapper is the best person for the role saying:
“Ja Rule has been ministered to. He’s a dear friend. We’ve been praying for him a lot. He’s been open; he’s been so [receptive] to the word.”