- Fill ‘er Up!
After running out of gas, a ministry partner named Tom walked to a nearby station to purchase a gas can and some fuel. He noticed that the man who was helping him had an accent and learned that the man was from the Middle East and spoke Arabic. Tom took the opportunity to tell him about the new "JESUS" film app. After Tom filled the gas can and was leaving, he noticed the man watching the "JESUS" film in Arabic on his computer. Running out of gas has never been so productive!
- Which Soil Am I?
As teammates Hallie and Toni shared Bible stories with a people group in Southeastern Africa, they showed clips from the "JESUS" film and "Magdalena" to help the learners envision what was going on in the stories.... As John heard the parable of the sower, his mind filled with thoughts and he found himself asking the question that was burning in his heart, 'Which soil am I?'
- Changed Lives Then and Now
Two pastors told the leaders about the significant influence the "JESUS" film had on their lives. They came to know Christ after watching "JESUS" 12 years earlier in their villages. They requested the team show the film again in both places. ...
- Good News Travels Fast!
Emily asked a ministry leader named Mark for a "JESUS" film DVD to show to her sister. A few months later, word came back to Mark that the sister indicated a decision for Christ through watching the film....
- Family Members Meet Christ
Although in a closed Asian country, Dan and Sarah showed "Magdalena" in the safety of a
relative's home. Drawn to Jesus' words, family members watched the film attentively.
- Alonso's Story
Raised in a Mexican village with no formal schooling, Alonso took advantage of every opportunity to learn from others. He eventually learned to read and write, which made him one of the "most educated Christians" in his village.
- Angry No More
Miguel and Ernesto, two "JESUS" film team members living in Mazateco, Mexico, shared a story about Roberto. They described him as "totally desperate before knowing Christ."
- Thankful for the Cross
As Ahmed, a Campus Crusade ministry worker, sat down with a couple at a showing of the "JESUS" film, he discerned something was troubling them. With some time before the film started, they began talking, and he discovered they were having difficulty in their marriage. He told them about Jesus ....
- A Grateful Old Man
In a village in Sierra Leone, 450 people watched the JESUS film in Sherbro, their heart language. The response of the villagers was staggering ....
- From Stigmatized to Sanctified
... Although James sensed that many villagers desired to know more about Christ, they feared being stigmatized and having their homes ransacked if they became a Christian. James and his team showed the film to more than 250 residents and noted that the crowd became very quiet as the movie proceeded....
- A Cry of Desperation
In South Asia, two church-planting team members began work among a people group. As they showed "JESUS" to the local community, they watched the crowd grow excited about the miracles Jesus performed. Following the film, Ranal*, a man who had come from a neighboring village to watch the film, began walking home. Suddenly, out of the darkness, a bear approached ...
Plagued by insomnia, Erdem* tossed and turned through most nights. One day he acquired a copy of the "JESUS" film and watched it. That night ...
- A Dream Comes True
Khamal was revered as a leader in his East African village and held the key to a mosque built on land he donated. Unknown to him, his two daughters had become believers after watching the JESUS film and were praying for his salvation. After a film team showed the "JESUS" film for two consecutive nights in his village, ...
- Ministering to the Mentally Ill
Petran, a Campus Crusade staff member, pastored a church in a Central Asian city. Using "JESUS" and "Magdalena" DVDs as their primary evangelistic tools, Petran's church proclaimed the gospel and sought to make a difference for Christ in their city. One of their outreaches ...
- Pagan Beliefs Give Way to Truth
"At first I was hesitant to show the 'JESUS' film to my fellow tribesman...because of their pagan beliefs," stated Pastor Timcha, an indigenous leader in a Southeast Asian nation. "But I was amazed to see ..."
- Faith in Christ Overrides Family Traditions
For many years after school each day, John's life revolved around looking after his father's cattle. Living in South Africa, John was exposed to generations of his family’s traditional worship of ancestors and idols. As a 19-year-old young man, he met Deon, an evangelist and organizer of a local outreach ...
- God Transforms a Hindu Priest
... As he watched Jesus being crucified and saw His innocent blood spilled, Tanath understood that Jesus was God's only sacrifice for sin. Tanath was the first person to come forward ...
- An 11-Year-Old Missionary
An 11-year-old girl in Panama makes it possible for her classmates to see "JESUS" at school.
- Partners in Planting
Urban Missions Project uses the "JESUS" film to help reach people in South America.
- Hospitality Evangelism
Learn how one student uses the gift of hospitality and a "JESUS" film DVD from a Freshman Survival Kit to witness to those around him.
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