Do You Believe?
The movie “Do You Believe?” opens today nationwide. They screened the movie in Nashville at NRB when I was there a few weeks ago. Honestly, I didn’t get a chance to see it. But PureFlix has a pretty good record of making some compelling films.
My friend Barry Stallings, a pastor from North Carolina, did catch the screening. Here is what he had to say about the film on his blog:
“While in Nashville our family was able to screen the new Christian movie “Do You Believe?” I found it to be moving, awesome and the best soul winning tool I have ever seen on the big screen! All the Christian movies I have seen have all been good but dealing with other issues that families face like marriages, family relationships and victorious faith. Do You Believe deals with people who are not totally submitted to Christ the solid rock and are able to find Him through their trials and heartaches. I totally recommend this movie to all people, believers and unbelievers. I encourage all who read this post to find it in your town, your area and go and see it!! It will fire up the Christian while…I hope and pray would speaks to the hearts of the lost.”
Barry Stallings, Senior Pastor
“The Grove” Church, Pikeville, NC
Check out Barry’s Blog here.
Check out Barry in this clip of testimonies about the film:
We, as believers, must go to the theaters to support faith-based efforts like this.
If we pay for it, Hollywood will continue to make them. And the more faith-based films are made, the more Christians will have a say in the filmmaking process. Go see the movie. I am. You going?
Carl Barnhill has served on staff at some of the largest churches and organizations in the country. He served as Media Director at Precept Ministries International, directing the television and radio program Precepts for Life with Kay Arthur, broadcasted to over 98 million homes around the world. He served as Video Production Director at Pinelake Church in Brandon, MS, where he produced media content for four campuses, as well as led volunteer teams.
He most recently served as Video Coordinator for Newspring Church in South Carolina. Newspring has 10 campuses across the state with a weekly attendance of over 35,000. At one campus alone, the number of consistent volunteers serving in media production tripled, under his leadership.
He currently serves as Creative Director and Owner of [twelve:thirty]media, a company that serves churches and ministries all over the world through motion graphics content and church media coaching.