1700th Language!

Rejoice with us, this month Jesus Film Project has reached another milestone. Production of the 1700th classic “JESUS” film translation was completed. It is the Cheke Itolo language, for Solomon Islands people in the South Pacific. All glory goes to God! Still, the greatest days are ahead as we seek to dub “JESUS” into hundreds more languages so that all may …

Giving Tuesday: Amazing and Marvelous!

November 11, 2018: Amazing and Marvelous! A film team hiked up a difficult mountain to take “JESUS” to an unreached people group. It’s a hike that normally takes three days. Within sight of the top, one team member fell horribly ill, in great pain. They had to stop. On the fourth day he suddenly recovered. The team started climbing again, …

Giving Tuesday ~ November 28, 2017!

The hustle and bustle of this Christmas season has begun. Giving Tuesday is just a week away. It’s time to pause and ask God what He would have us do. It’s also the perfect opportunity to tell the world about JESUS! Please consider a donation toward our multi-language JESUS Film DVDs for immigrants, refugees, and international students in our own country! The daily news reminds …

Giving Tuesday!

The hustle and bustle of this Christmas season has begun. Giving Tuesday is a special time to pause and ask God what He would have you do. It’s also the perfect opportunity to tell the world about JESUS! Please consider a donation toward our multi-language JESUS Film DVDs for immigrants, refugees, and international students in our own country! The daily news reminds us that …

Nepal Earthquake; You Can Help!

The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal and East India on April 25 and now the 7.3 aftershock have caused massive devastation to structures and lives. Our partner organization, Campus Crusade for Christ Nepal (NCCC), based in Kathmandu, has been on the ground and in action since the quake hit. For more information and how to give, click here! 0Shares

In Such Times, Reach Out to Nepal!

A ministry leader in Nepal reported 5,000 dead. More than 9,000 people are injured and thousands are still missing. And this is just in the more urban areas. He says the people are experiencing panic and terror. He and his family are “sleeping outside in the open ground under a small tent.” The need is not only for the immediate—water, food, …