Brooks Douglass on 'The View'
Former Sen. Brooks Douglass and his sister Leslie were recently featured on the daytime talk show “The View.”
Douglass (pictured at right) co-wrote and produced the film “Heaven’s Rain” about the 1979 night his parents were murdered and he and his sister were shot.
Here’s a story from the Associated Baptist Press about his appearance on “The View” with his sister: “Filmmaker discusses faith, forgiveness on ‘The View.’”
Many Oklahomans already know that Brooks Douglass’ parents Richard and Marilyn Douglass served as Christian missionaries in Brazil. The Rev. Richard Douglass was pastor of Putnam City Baptist Church at the time of his death.
The former state legislator’s movie about that night and its aftermath seems to be reaching a wide audience. I know that was his hope: To reach people with a message about grace and forgiveness triumphing over evil.
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