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Kelly Bowling Will Make Debut In Christian Movie

Kelly Bowling has been chosen to play the part of ‘Nurse Kathy’ in a feature film titled ‘Virtuous’. The filming took place in the Atlanta, Georgia area this year.

“Virtuous’” is a faith-based film created to ignite women to live with non-negotiable convictions. Convictions of faith, beauty, family and integrity.”

Kelly Bowling is a member of The Bowlings with her husband Mike Bowling,  their daughter Hope and longtime friend Troy Peach.

The Bowlings are a family that sing together

Kelly Bowling will make her film debutBowling stated “I am so excited for everyone to see this movie. The message it contains is inspiring and the story is moving. I am thankful for the opportunity to be a part of a Christian movie with a positive message.”

According to the movie’s website, ‘Virtuous’ interweaves the stories of several different women involved and impacted in and through the trial of Simone Burner, a young college-aged Christian woman.

The individual story of each woman examines the different challenges Christian women face in today’s culture, from Si herself, her mother, the lead detectives and police officers, judges, the prosecution and defense lawyers, new reporters, and hospital staff.

Nurse Kathy, Kelly Bowling’s character is described on the movie website as “a nurse whose abusive and adoptive past destroyed her self-image and her ability to connect with anyone, except for one lady, an elderly patient with a secretive past.”

Virtuous will be released on Mother’s Day and is available in a format for a Church viewing and for Women’s Conferences. Check out a sneak peek here.

To learn more about Kelly Bowling and the Bowlings visit their website or visit Facebook.

Sarah Hearn
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Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of PositivelyGospel.com, founded in 2011. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites.  Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.
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