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October 10, 2007

Albany -- Sherwood Baptist Church Ministers broke out the cameras Wednesday to start work on their latest film project.

Ministers Alex and Stephen Kendrick and volunteers from the Albany Church shot video during the Albany Fire Department's Kid Fire Safety Day program.

Their new movie is called "Fireproof" and will be the story of an Albany Firefighter with marital troubles.

 Stephen Kendrick said "there are so many things we are grateful that we are going to be able to take to the next level. We've got better equipment. We've got a bigger crew that is going to be able to help us."

 The movie is scheduled to premiere in the fall of 2008.

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