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September 11th, 2010

New Jesus Movie : Jesus… No Greater Love

New Jesus Movie

Jesus… No Greater Love is a non-profit outreach ministry, being produced in the same way as any ministry – believers like you and me joining in support to bring the love of Jesus to precious souls. United in giving with Christians from every nation, culture and denomination, we will form a body of producers, 4.5 million strong, each giving only $10, to bring Jesus to the screen in a world class film. This is the vision of Jesus… No Greater Love. “Everyone who was willing and whose heart stirred in him, came and brought an offering to the Lord for the work…” Exodus 35:21.

Download the Jesus movie poster here : New Jesus Movie Poster

Why another Jesus film?

Many great Jesus films have been produced over the years, and God has used them all for His glory. There are several focuses that make Jesus… No Greater Love unique and vital. To list only a few, our vision is to bring the Gospel story to film afresh using the latest cutting edge, big screen technology – to truly create a Jesus movie for a new generation of highly sophisticated film-goers.

Also, where Jesus films generally focus on the gospel events, Jesus… No Greater Love focuses on a revelation of “The Man” – his heart and person, impassioned, joyous, relevant, brimming with kingdom authority, driven “on a mission of redemptive love” – the Jesus of Scripture.

Who will be the Producer and Director?

Bruce Marchiano is our current writer/producer. Once funding is underway we will begin interviewing prospective directors as well as co-producer(s) to solidify the team.

Our Vision

Our vision, quite simply, is to bring Jesus – His love, His compassion, His deity and promise of salvation – to masses both nationally and internationally in a film that is Word-for-word the Gospel. In other words, “the power of God unto salvation” (Romans 1:16) presented in the power of the film medium.

We are not making a “Christian movie” per se, but a state-of-the-art film that will pack theaters with the unsaved. To that end, Jesus… No Greater Love will be shot using the most cutting-edge film technology and techniques, so that it will stand as world class cinema, truly a Jesus movie “for a new generation.”

Our vision beyond theaters is to dub the film into the languages of the world, make it easily available to ministries, missionaries, churches… in all nations. It will be a cutting edge “tool” to introduce Jesus to hungry souls from all walks of life – and at the same time, to capture the hearts of our young, “seen-it-all” generation.

Imagine Jesus coming to theater screens all across America, Canada, UK. Imagine Jesus coming to the theater screens of New Dehli, Saudi Arabia – Israel! Imagine Jesus coming via Internet, TV broadcast, hand-held devices… This is the vision of Jesus… No Greater Love – a “movement” in which we all unite to take Jesus to souls that need him!

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September 10th, 2010

The Moses Code – Movie Review

The Moses Code

The Moses Code

Release Date: April 7, 2008

Run Time: 90 minutes

Drew Heriot presents this documentary movie The Moses Code. It is one of the most controversial films. It shows how to use the Law of Attraction to attract more wealth in your life, goodness in the world. It is based on the Moses Code book by James Twyman that explores a special gift that God gave to Moses.

Several renowned spiritual teachers of the world are together in this short movie and offer tools that help us to apply the Moses Code to our lives, helping us to try the Law of Attraction. And it keeps focus on the power of manifestation of the soul, bringing out our innate spiritual ability to produce miracles everywhere we go.

Those authors refer specifically to:

God said to Moses, “I am who I am . This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I AM has sent me to you.’ Exodus 3-14

The Moses Code means adding a comma, “I am, who I am”. When you understand the power of this phrase “I am, who I am” everything that I see, everything was created by God, so we are surrounded by God’s presence.

If we understand the power inside of us, we will change the world by God´s power.

As the law of attraction says, if we are wishing bad things to other people, keep in mind that it will be back, so better think positive and act careful.

How to remember the three keys of Moses Code?

GOD – (G)iving, (O)neness, (D)estine

Simply because giving is better than to receive, but how can I give something that I do not have? That is when we notice the importance of believing in “I am” who will give or “I am” who will help others.

God chose Moses to liberate the Israelites. Moses was a common man with fears, but he understood his purpose in this life, and God provided him the skills and power to carry out his mission.

All through crossing the desert, Moses was there 40 years. Many times we don’t want to be there till the very end, that is why we do not learn how to help others, we just think of ourselves. Without doubt the desert is the best place to learn. God wants to teach you there, then it is not something you can do by yourself.

This message “I am, that I am” reduced 30% of violence in Israel.

If you believe with all your heart, you can make a difference, God will surely help you.

Goto The Secret Movie on Law of Attraction

– – – written by Flor Perez

August 3rd, 2010

To Save A Life – Movie Review

To Save a Life Movie

To Save a Life

Director: Brian Baugh

Release Date : 22 January 2010

The Plot

Jake Taylor has everything. He has a beautiful girl, he’s the champion in basketball and beer pong, and everyone loves him. Then, an old childhood friend, whom Jake used to be friends with, commits suicide. Jake begins to think. He wonders what he could’ve done to save his friend’s life. A youth minister tells him that Jake needs God. So Jake becomes a Christian. However, things begin to spin out of control. His dad is cheating on his mom, his girlfriend is pregnant, and his former friends ridicule and mock him. During all this, Jake is going to realize just what it means to be a Christian and how, to save a life.

Review

Jake Taylor (Randy Wayne), a high school senior, has a basketball scholarship, a sexy girlfriend, Amy Briggs (Deja Kreutzberg), and popularity at school. Before his teenage days, he used to be good friends with Roger Dawson (Robert Bailey Jr.) who’s now a lonely, alienated student unable to fit into the in-crowd.

Jake struggles to cope after Roger brings a gun to school one day and commits suicide. After attending Roger’s funeral, he goes through a crisis of conscience as he wonders what he could have done differently that might have saved Roger’s life. A youth group leader, Chris Vaughn (Joshua Weigel), guides him along throughout his spiritual journey, a kind of awakening, self-discovery and embracing of kindness, compassion and understanding that everyone ought to go through at some point in their life. Jake has a second chance to save the life of an outsider when he meets Jonny Garcia (Sean Michael), another alienated student.

The sensitive screenplay by Jim Britts combines the comic-of-age drama with just the right touch of suspense and comic relief to keep you fully engaged. What makes Jake such an interesting character is that he’s quite relatable, complex and more mature than your average popular teenager. You can sense that he has the potential inside him to be not only a good Christian, but a good human being who’s not selfish or mean-spirited like those in his social circle who are, essentially, dragging him down.

Perhaps later in life Jake’s girlfriend and popular friends will realize the importance of kindness and compassion, but throughout Jake’s journey, they’re still naive. Fortunately, the moments of during which Jake experiences his epiphanies never veer toward preachiness or corniness, so it’s easy to feel immersed in his journey without rolling your eyes or getting hit over the head with messages. Director Brian Baugh includes a terrific, lively soundtrack and moves the pace briskly enough so that there’s never a scene that overstays its welcome. At a running time of 2 hours, To Save a Life manages to be inspirational, genuinely heartfelt and captivating. It’s a profound, tender and uplifting journey toward enlightenment and compassion.

To Save a Life – Movie Trailer

Friends, you will love this movie. Don’t miss this. Watch it To Save A Life.

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