Developments and Screenings
Finger of God has been available for the public for just under two months at this point, and excitement for the film, as well as developments for what is coming next, are growing each day. I continue to receive testimonies from people all over the country who are experiencing the Spirit of God in their churches or their homes when they watch the film. This is truly the most wonderful, humbling experience I could ever have imagined.
Okay, first off, let me update you on the upcoming screenings.
- Feb. 17 – Judson University, Elgin, IL, Herrick Chapel. 7 pm.
Map and Directions
More to come, so check back often.
Perhaps the most common question I receive these days is, "What are you going to do next?" In a future blog, I will probably go into more detail as far as what I’m working on as well as how the Lord showed me what He wanted me to do, but for now, it’s enough to let you know that we are in preproduction for our next feature film. We’re working on finalizing our financing for the film, estimated at around $1.6 million. It seems that God has an incredible story He wants to tell through us, so we’re moving forward in obedience, just like we did for the last film (which was made for a meagre $20,000).
So what is it going to be about? It will be a straight sequel to Finger of God, and will pick up exactly where that film leaves off. Once again, we’ll be traveling the world to capture God’s heart for His people, and I know that God is going to allow us to capture some incredible things on film. It’s very exciting, but also terrifying. Once again I find myself setting off to make a film where, if God doesn’t show up at each shoot, we have no movie. It’s a frightening way to make a movie, but I wouldn’t want it any other way.
What can you do to help? Pray. We’ll be setting up a worldwide prayer network for this next film, especially since the film itself will be heading into darker territory–essentially taking on the enemy on his home turf. But God is bigger, more powerful, and will stop at nothing to show His heart to the world.
Rest assured, we’ll have our cameras ready.