OZZFEST To Be Featured In Upcoming Episode Of Christian Reality Television Show
According to a press release from the Christian news and media agency WDC Media News, Ozzy Osbourne's "spiritually dark" Ozzfest traveling heavy metal festival is the subject of an upcoming espisode of the reality television program "The Way of the Master", which launched its second season November 15 on TBN. The press release adds, "There are plenty of 'bleeps' in that episode."
Co-hosted by actor Kirk Cameron and author Ray Comfort, and commended by John MacArthur, Ravi Zacharias, and many other Christian leaders, the program airs on TBN and other Christian networks and can be viewed in more than 70 countries. In it, Cameron and Comfort blend informal teaching with on-the-street interviews to train Christians how to share their faith "simply, effectively, and biblically…the way Jesus did."
For more information, visit www.wayofthemaster.com.
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