Spring Arbor University will screen “Ragamuffin,” the true story of Rich Mullins, on Thursday, January 16, 2014.
Mullins was a Christian singer-songwriter who lived a reckless life before dying in a car wreck in 1997. The full-length documentary feature film is based on Mullins’ life and legacy of countercultural living as he wrestled with success, depression and addiction.
A prodigy musician, follower of Jesus and a rebel in the church, he stirred up the music scene and his fellow Christians. In the mid-90’s, he gave up fame and fortune to live on the Navajo reservation in Tse Bonito, New Mexico, where he taught children music and the love of Jesus. Mullins was determined to be like Christ, and inspired many to do the same.
Screenings are in White Auditorium at 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Each ticket is $10; for groups of 10 or more, each ticket is $8.