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The story of the gospel told through film

Welcome to our new home that now contains all of our ministry tools, strategies and media! With translations of the “JESUS” film in more than 1400 languages and our growing library of movies and short films, you can experience and share the story of the gospel anywhere with anyone.

The Jesus Film

Every eight seconds, somewhere in the world, another person indicates a decision to follow Christ after watching the "JESUS" film.

Every eight seconds... that's 10,800 people per day, 324,000 per month and more than 3.8 million per year! That’s like the population of the entire city of Pittsburgh, PA coming to Christ every 28 days. And yet, if you are like many people, you may have never even heard of it.

Called by some “one of the best-kept secrets in Christian missions,” a number of mission experts have acclaimed the film as one of the greatest evangelistic tools of all time. Since 1979 more than 200 million men, women and children worldwide have indicated decisions to follow Jesus after viewing the film. In addition, through hundreds of partners an estimated 10+ million decisions have been made as the film "JESUS" is used extensively by the Body of Christ worldwide.

The Story of JESUS for Children

In the first century, a group of children meet together to talk about what they've seen and heard about Jesus. Some believe Jesus is the Son of God. But others think Jesus may just be tricking the people.

The children follow Jesus around, witness His miracles, and listen to Him teach. Jesus raises a girl from the dead, calls imperfect people like tax collectors to follow Him, teaches everyone to be kind and gracious to each other, and lets a woman wash His feet with tears. He teaches in parables no one really understands, calms a raging storm, gives sight to the blind, and helps those who no one sees as worth helping. He shows the children an amazing, powerful, and kind way to live. Benjamin and Sarah talk to the children watching their story about Jesus and what it means to believe who He is and accept Him as their Savior.

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Life of Jesus (Gospel of John)

The Gospel of John is a 2003 film that is the story of Jesus' life as recounted by the Gospel of John. It is a motion picture that has been adapted for the screen on a word-for-word basis from the American Bible Society's Good News Bible. This three-hour epic feature film follows John's Gospel precisely, without additions to the story from other Gospels, or omission of complex passages.

This film was created by a constituency of artists from Canada and the United Kingdom, along with academic and theological consultants from around the world. The cast was selected primarily from the Stratford Shakespeare Festival and Soulpepper Theatre Company, as well as Britain's Royal Shakespeare Company and Royal National Theatre. The musical score, composed by Jeff Danna and created for the film, is partially based on the music of the Biblical period. The film was produced by Visual Bible International.

Magdalena

One woman caught in the scandalous act of adultery; another, rejected and ignored because of her promiscuous lifestyle; another, shunned for twelve years because of a shameful condition; a widow, cast out from society, mourning the loss of her only son.

An ugly thread of shame, sorrow and hopelessness painfully weaves its way through the lives of each of these women. After following Jesus for three years, Mary Magdalene observed all these things and more. Watching with amazement, Mary learned from Jesus a new way to look at people. Mary Magdalene acts as both narrator and participant in "Magdalena: Released From Shame," as she traces through the story of lives that have come into contact with this man, Jesus, and have been powerfully released from shame. The Scriptures used in "Magdalena: Released from Shame" are taken from both the Good News and New International Version translations of the Bible.

My Last Day

In a beautiful animé style, a prisoner watches as Jesus gets flogged in Pilate's courtyard. He remembers Jesus teaching and wonders why they're hurting an innocent man. Horrified, he remembers his own crime.

The crowds in the courtyard scream for Jesus to be crucified. The thief, another man, and Jesus are loaded with the beams for their crosses and march to Golgotha.

They arrive and nails are driven through their wrists. Each man is hung on a cross, their feet nailed to a wooden shelf.Our thief claims Jesus is the Messiah and asks that Jesus remember him. Jesus promises him they will be in paradise together that day. A dark storm overwhelms the hill and Jesus dies.

The thief passes away with a gasp and sees Jesus in a beautiful place.

File Zero

We learn how two bands of hackers, the Seekers and the Moles, must cooperate to rescue Ghora, a Seeker. Using technology that survived the Dark War, the hackers sent Ghora inside the file (as a virtual representation of her mind) to find the access code for File Zero, but she was trapped in the file when a security sweep from the System located her signal.

The Seekers need the help of the Moles to bring back Ghora's mind before her body gives out or she is killed by The System's assassins, The Lookers.

DAILY BIBLE VERSE

Say unto wisdom, Thou art my sister; and call understanding thy kinswoman:

Proverbs 7 : 4 KJV

DAILY VERSE

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