“Have faith.” How many times have we heard or read this bit of encouragement in our lives? Probably too many times to count, but how often do we really take the time to understand the weight of that statement? In our new film, The Mark 2: Redemption, Chad Turner finds himself in one dire situation after another in a fight for his life. Throughout these situations Chad thinks of his brother’s last words to him, “have faith.” It’s these words that give Chad the strength he needs to keep pushing forward though he is not quite sure what they mean.
As believers we read about miraculous happenings in the bible as well as listen to others amazing testimonies about God coming through for them against insurmountable odds, and we pray that we can have the faith that they do. The faith that parted the Red Sea, that closed the lion’s mouths, that held off the flames from the furnace, and raised Lazarus from the dead. It’s in these moments where there is no hope that our faith is so abundantly rewarded while at the same time being so rigorously tested.
Written by: Keith Knight
How often do we really consider who are real spiritual leaders are in our daily lives?
It's truly important to realize that though we can learn a lot from life's lesson and reading the word of God on our own, we can all use a mentor or a spiritual leader of some sort. Sometimes a lot of us who found Christ later in life were probably aided by a special someone who always prayed for you to know Christ. It's amazing to see how God puts so many people in our lives to really reach us in a way that our own minds and understanding can't. In The Mark 2: Redemption, Chad Turner's younger brother Jeremy was his spiritual leader and convictions of faith. Chad continues to struggle with what the rapture is and what God's ultimate plan for him is with a very important micro-chip (The Mark of the Beast) implanted in him. He continues to find so many more reasons through out the movie to disbelieve in Christ's existence yet the words of God never returned empty handed. He continue hears his brother Jeremy's voice in his mind as remembers his faith despite the tragedy of his death. Ask yourself today, who am I influencing or being influenced by in a spiritual way?
-Mani Sandoval/Social Media Director
We are extremely excited about our new drama This is our Time which we believe is one of our most passionate heart-felt movies. We're so proud of it's message for young college age people as well as parents and how we perceive God's will for our lives. It deals with five friends who are graduating high school with big dreams of what they'll become after leaving school. As the film develops we watch as the characters go through various trials and struggles while they continue to strive to make a big difference in their world for God.
We truly believe that people of all ages can relate to this movie and that you'll find a lot of spiritual truths in this film. It really portrays a message that God has a plan for everyone and that through Him we can find confidence in knowing we're in good hands. We're excited to see how God will move in the lives of thousands of young students to follow His calling for their life and be an example of His love to our world.
This is the perfect movie to watch with your family and friends. We pray that the strong Gospel message will inspire our brothers and sister in Christ around the world to be Christ's hands and feet. Don't hesitate to watch the trailer below and pick up your copy tomorrow at all your local Christian Bookstores.
-Mani Sandoval/Social Media Director
Watch trailer: http://bit.ly/Thisisourtime
Revelation Road is a film with so many spiritual messages that we believe so many of us can relate to. One of the messages that comes to mind is with our main character Josh (David A.R. White) who struggles with a secret past from his former military days.
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