Events

The Fall Banquet

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We are excited to bring Jim Caviezel for our keynote speaker at this year's Fall Banquet!

Sponsorships and Tables- Now Available
* Individual tickets will go on sale in July if available!
Sponsorship Form Printable- (If Mailing)
Banquet Ad Form

Table Hosts: Please email phoebe@ichooselife.org to tell us your guests names by October 7th.


Tickets are $50.00/person and $400.00 for a table of eight, parking at the Coliseum included for all guests. Entry will be at the main event entrance to the Coliseum. Tickets will not be mailed for this event. Purchase by October 7th to reserve your seats. Please consider buying a table and filling it with guests who aren’t yet involved with Right to Life Northeast Indiana ETF but who would be interested in donating to our mission and the programming through which we achieve that mission. Tickets are not tax deductible as they only cover the cost of the holder’s attendance and do not include a donation to Right to Life Northeast Indiana ETF. See sponsorship packages for tax deductions. 

The Allen County War Memorial Coliseum is located at 4000 Parnell Ave, Fort Wayne, IN 46805.

*Wondering what to wear? Most attendees are comfortable wearing business casual or more formal wear. We hope to see you soon!

Don’t hesitate to call us at 260.471.1849 with questions. Also, please reach out to Phoebe with any dietary restrictions via phoebe@ichooselife.org

James Patrick Caviezel was born September 26, 1968 in Mount Vernon, Washington. He is one of five siblings raised in a Catholic home. His main interest while growing up was basketball, and he dreamed one day of playing in the NBA. He played high school and college basketball, but a foot injury in his sophomore year put an end to Jim’s dream.

Shortly after, he turned his focus toward acting and moved to Los Angeles, where he worked as a waiter between auditions. He landed small roles in “Diggstown” and “Wyatt Earp,” and TV roles in the Wonder Years and Murder She Wrote. His breakout role came when he received critical recognition for his role as Private Witt in “The Thin Red Line.” He would go on to gain further recognition with roles in “Ride with the Devil,” “Frequency,” “Angel Eyes,” “High Crimes,” “Déjà Vu,” “The Game Stands Tall,” “Escape Plan,” "Infidel,” and “Sound of Freedom,” just to name a few.

Jim Caviezel’s most significant role came when he was chosen by Mel Gibson to portray Jesus in "The Passion of the Christ."  The movie made headlines and broke box-office records around the world and became one of the highest grossing films of all time. Jim’s performance was acclaimed by both critics and viewers alike.

Jim’s next big role would be on the small screen, where he landed the lead role in the CBS crime drama "Person of Interest”. The show instantly clicked with audiences, becoming one of the highest rated shows on television.

From an outcast actor to respected film star, to a television star, James Caviezel is continuing to give his best to play challenging roles.  This is very obvious in his latest blockbuster hit “Sound of Freedom,” in the role of portraying Tim Ballard.  

Off-screen, Jim lives with his wife Kerri, a high school English teacher by trade. They believe adoption is a blessing from God and have adopted three children from China. Jim continues to promote his love of God, family, and country, and pursues a broader range of professional activities, including a fostering of various charities focused on serving and protecting women, children, families and the unborn. With these humanitarian goals in mind, and enlivened by his powerful expressive talents, Jim Caviezel has become a well-known speaker at Christian-based associations and religious and philanthropic groups throughout the country.

Additionally, he has recently lent his distinct and immediately recognizable voice to numerous meditative and uplifting works on the devotional app HALLOW.


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