July 25, 2012 - A true story about a mentally handicapped boy named Harlan. One day, neighborhood bullies were attacking Harlan when 16-year-old Paul jumped in and defended him. This unusual, yet divine meeting became the genesis for one of the most encouraging stories ever told.
A few days later, Paul was playing football with friends as Harlan watched. Paul invited him to play, despite the jokes from the others. Harlan went for a pass, sprinting past the others as if they were standing still.
Paul realized Harlan had a God-given gift and talked him into running track, teaching him to compete in the 100-yard dash. Paul faced ridicule from classmates for his association with “that lamo” and became insecure about teaching Harlan. Throughout the training process, Paul and others learned God’s love through Harlan.
Starring Nancy Stafford (“Christmas with a Capital C” and “Matlock”), Peter Kent (“Terminator” “True Lies” and “Total Recall”) directed by Greg Robbins (“C Me Dance”, “Stuck in the Past” and “Pastor Greg”).
We are conducting anti-bullying seminars in schools, youth groups and Correctional facilities with scenes from the movie, the actors and our study guide.
For more information or to download the study guide visit us at www.racetothefinishthemovie.com