LEGACY Begins “Inspiring” Documentary about Pastor Sarah Omakwu
Legacy’s production department is in the early stages of concept development and scripting for an upcoming documentary about Pastor Sarah Omakwu’s humanitarian work in Nigeria. Pastor Sarah is, above all things, a servant who meets people as they are – wherever they are – and looks for ways to fill their needs in any capacity she can. The congregation of her church, Family Worship Center (FWC) in Abuja, Nigeria, is made up of those whom Pastor Sarah and her late husband, Pastor Ina, have served in some way or another. As a result, the church has become essential to Pastor Sarah’s goal of transforming her community, the nation of Nigeria, and the world.
They have met her challenge to do more than just show up on Sunday because that’s exactly what she does. “Rather than simply standing behind a pulpit, Pastor Sarah gets down in the trenches with people to battle poverty, hunger, and homelessness.” said Legacy Worldwide’s Head Writer, Wendi Nunnery, “Because of Pastor Sarah’s indelible heart for service, orphans have found homes, bills are being paid, education rates have skyrocketed, and a community of people are learning what it means to truly live as disciples for Christ.”
“I can’t wait for everyone to see this documentary,” says Rick Munusami, Legacy’s Back‐End Development Manager. “I believe it’s going to show the story of who Pastor Sarah is on a personal level, and that’s exactly what’s going to make an impact on viewers. She’s more than just a preacher. She hears you. She listens. And she takes action.”