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Kirk Cameron’s Condemning Cash

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Three people handed me this little article from PARADE magazine dated October 26, 2008:

Q: I loved Kirk cameron on TV’s “Growing Pains” , but now he just does Christian-themed movies. Is he serious about his faith?

A: Very. Cameron, 38, is a partner in an evangelical ministry and is very unapologetic about doing movies like his recent hit “Fireproof.”

“I’ve been in cheesy movies, he admits, “but an inspirational message doesn’t make a movie cheesy—not if it’s well done.”

What some reporters found less than inspirational was Kirk handing out fake money bearing a warning to sinners while he publicized “Fireproof.”

3 Comments

  1. haha… Kirk Cameron is awesome! This just makes me wanna support him more. 🙂

  2. Is is “fake” if there’s no such animal as a million dollar bill ???

    Yes, Kirk is great… funny how all these Hollywood types throw out the “GB’s” ( G-d Bless ! ) at the drop of a hat, but how many are there like Kirk and Stephen Baldwin

    Reminds me of:
    I Cor 5:15 And [that] he died for all, that they which live should not henceforth live unto themselves, but unto him which died for them, and rose again.

    Doesn’t seem like Kirk is living “unto HIMSELF” …

  3. Kirk hands out Million Dollar bill tracts at interviews? That’s both inspirational and encouraging. What a witness for the rest of us!

    As for that reporter, I’m guessing that if the “fake money” included a pro-gay or pro-abortion message, the reporter would have judged it unique and creative.

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