We have begun production on our newest film, Life Prescribed. It is a film that chronicles the fall of a man to prescription pills. After losing everything he is given a choice to turn his life around, but it’s not … Continue reading →
How often do we fall victim to the labels we put on ourself everyday? How often do we allow other’s perception of us define who we are? If this is something that you go through, like many of us, than watch this short film and learn how none of that matters.
The winner of the 2015 Oakland Community College Film Festival, One Last Run is the story of two women at the brink of a life changing decision that could ultimately destroy them, or bring them to the Light. What road will they take?
The Easter Sunday of 2014 in Pontiac, Michigan was a moment the city would never forget. After years of attempting to purchase the concert venue Clutch Cargo and transform it back into a church, Pastor Kent Clark of Grace Gospel Fellowship had his dream come true. This is that story, told from eyewitness accounts, archival news footage, and a soundtrack that never lets up, this is the story of a club with 7 bars being transformed into a church with a hundred pews.
Meet Johnny, he was a recovering addict when he found out he had stage 4 cancer. In this video he explains where he gets the strength to push through on a daily basis. Johnny hopes to encourage those ,who may be going through similar trials and tribulations, to trust in the Lord and never give up.
Natalie’s relationship with Christ started when she was 8 years old. She has discovered that following the Lord isn’t just something we have to do. She believes that walking with God can be fun also! Natalie has never had a father in her life. That is who God is to her. He is her father and her best friend. Natalie shares that following God has helped her relationships with others. She appreciates that the quality of her relationships is based on happiness. Natalie also expresses her beliefs in repentance. She knows that sometimes she still sins. Yet she also believes that God’s love is enough. She knows that God loves her unconditionally. She even knows that her failures can help others to believe in God and believe in themselves.
“A father to the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in His holy dwelling.”