Churches unite to spread Gospel through ‘JESUS’ film

By December 11, 2015
(Photo courtesy of The JESUS Film Project)

(Photo courtesy of The JESUS Film Project)

International (JFP) — [EDITOR’S NOTE: This is an article taken from The JESUS Film Project’s 2015-2016 ministry advance report. Click here to learn more about how this ministry is using a film to spread Christ throughout the world.]

It happened often in 2015: partner organizations, denominations, and churches offered themselves, saying, “If you can equip and train us, we’ll do the work of church planting.”

In Guinea-Bissau, 23 denominations united as one, responding to the advance of an aggressive religion from the North. Together, they offered to partner with The JESUS Film Project® and plant hundreds of new churches using the film, JESUS.

In Thailand, many churches united to distribute 50,000 DVDs of JESUS. Pastors who were trained then mobilized and equipped their own church members to give out the DVDs. Thai churches plan to give out 350,000 DVDs, reaching tens of thousands of people with the gospel by 2017!

Guinea-Bissau and Thailand are models: nationals doing the ground work of evangelizing, discipling and church planting—partners who use JESUS.

As 2015 comes to a close, would you seek His heart? Ask if God would make a way for you to touch more people with His Word on film in their heart language. Whatever you can do, by praying, giving or going, it makes a difference.

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