- Jesus Is Stronger Than Fetishes
A group of Christian students traveled to 22 remote Guinean villages to show the "JESUS" film and conduct evangelistic campaigns. Frederick, one of the campaign speakers, aroused the animosity of two local youths.
- Pastors Reach Out With "JESUS"
"A wave of excitement filtered through the village as the first sound of the horn speakers pierced the silent twilight. Within a few minutes the space was filled with about 300 people who waited eagerly for the start of the film..."
- José Henríquez: A Christian Example in Times of Crisis
We recently received this powerfully moving letter written by Christian Maureira , the "JESUS" film representative and national director of Campus Crusade for Christ in Chile. Christian described a conversation with José Henrίquez, the Chilean miner trapped with 32 co-workers for 70 days in a copper and gold mine more than 2,000 ft. below the surface. As you read, join us in exalting the name of Jesus.
- Chilean Miners Glorify God
Upon hearing the news that all 33 trapped miners were alive, Chile's Campus Crusade for Christ Director Christian Maureira contacted church leaders and government authorities in the region. With their cooperation, Christian soon established contact with Jose Samuel Henriquez, a committed Christian who now is known throughout the world as miner #24...
- Freedom From Madness
At a "JESUS" film screening in a country closed to the gospel, Manuet joined the large crowd of people gathered to watch. The local villagers considered him mad ...
- “I Want to Know More About Jesus.”
Dorji, a "JESUS" film team member, visited 71-year-old Karma who lives in a country closed to the gospel. Although Karma did not respond to an invitation to accept Christ at that time, ...
- Blown Tires and Brigands
Travelers try to avoid crossing a part of Madagascar called Bongolava, a large area where brigands rule. Nevertheless, after receiving training in evangelism, discipleship and the use of the "JESUS" film, a group of pastors chose to go to the valley of Bongolava for an outreach event. Their trip was not without difficulties and danger.
- Sharing Faith and Life
Parma, 71, and his wife—villagers in a South Asian country—heard the gospel through the Four Spiritual Laws booklet. That night they saw the “JESUS” film, and both made decisions to accept Christ. But the story doesn't end right there...
- Transformation in Asia
“Our team set out to show the film in a village …. Before going, we gathered in one place and prayed that God would make miracles through us, who depend on the power of the Holy Spirit, and that by faith He would change the mind of those who live in this village so that they would turn back to Jesus Christ [through the] JESUS film showing.
- Challenging Blind Bartimaeus
Villagers in a French-speaking West African nation watched the "JESUS" film scene depicting the healing of Bartimaeus from blindness. A man from the crowd yelled out, "It's false!" See how this man has now changed...
- Guinea-Bissau: “I Want Him Now!”
From a distance of four blocks, a young woman listens attentively to the soundtrack of the Crioulo "JESUS" film.
- Fiji: A Miraculous Recovery
During a recording trip in March 2007, JESUS Film recording team members were devastated when their laptop--containing the newly recorded Fijian "JESUS" film--was stolen.
- Cameroon: Saved From Paralysis
Tormented by evil spirits for a long time, Elisabeth suffered from paralysis in her neck and serious pains in her thorax and stomach. Still, she managed to attend a "JESUS" film showing.
- Japan: Real Christmas
Volunteers donning Santa hats and CD-filled backpacks hit the streets of Tokyo's crowded business districts again for the fifth annual Christmas CD distribution project.
- A Dreamer Commits His Life to Christ
In The Gambia, a film team traveled to a village where a young man named O.T. lived. Prior to the film team's visit to his area, O.T. had an unusual dream.
- Local Pastor Unites New Believers in Warring Tribes
In Ethiopia, the Lord is working powerfully through local pastors who show the "JESUS" film. For years the endless cycle of bloodshed and revenge between the Sidama and Oromo tribes destroyed all hopes of reconciliation.
- Island Households Receive Gift of "JESUS."
Every family with a mailbox, on every island in the state of Hawaii, received a video copy of the film "JESUS" in April, in time for Easter. The project, called "JESUS Hawaii Project", was sponsored by 185 island Christian churches.
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