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Deacon Brown’s Daughter receives Best Feature Film

Dynamic author duo CaSandra McLaughlin also known as Cassie Mack of 1040 AM KGGR and Michelle Stimpson won Best Feature Film at The Capital City Black Film Festival in Austin, Texas. McLaughlin and Stimpson have co-authored several books that are Best Sellers and now their book Deacon Brown’s Daughter is a Best Feature Film. McLaughlin and Stimpson stepped out on faith and started their own production company Big Faith Productions. Deacon Brown’s Daughter is their first film.
Deacon Brown’s Daughter
Deacon Brown’s Daughters is the story of Stanley Brown, a man who used to be a womanizer. That led to four kids by four different women. Honestly, this wasn’t a problem for him until he came into the saving knowledge of Christ and wanted to become an upstanding man in his community and, more importantly, before God. And that’s where the drama begins.This book has already brought healing to several readers and it’s McLaughlin’s and Stimpson’s prayer that the movie will do the same thing. The book is available on  KindleNook, and other e-readers. Check out movie trailer on https://vimeo.com/347979049.

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