Nov 17, 2007

How would Jesus divvy up New Media revenue?

Confirming clichés about the nuttiness of Tinseltown long suspected valid, the San Jose Mercury News has an AP story about a Christian group in Hollywood praying for divine intervention in the writers strike.
"We pray that both groups would feel your supernatural guidance to stop blaming and posturing and start peacefully listening and negotiating," prayed Geriann McIntosh, senior vice president of administration for Warner Bros. Television. "We pray that you keep everyone that is affected by the strike in your loving care."

The Hollywood Prayer Network is a group of more than 5,000 Christians who pray for celebrities and provides "mentors" for struggling actors. It's an effort to reform what many Christian believers view as an unholy Hollywood culture.
Do they know Highway to Heaven has been canceled?