Finger of God
Finger of God began as a short film about God’s miraculous power. I had no budget, no script, and no idea what this movie was ultimately going to look like. I teach storytelling and film at a University in Chicago, and here I was breaking all of my own rules.
But that’s where I found myself, and I quickly discovered that God is an incredible film producer. He funded the whole film (I never had to ask for money), took me around the world, and introduced me to some truly incredible people.
So what is the film about? Well, now that it’s finished, I can finally answer that question. On the surface it is about the miraculous. I originally thought I was making a film that simply tried to capture miracles on tape. But as the story progressed, things began to change.
At its core, it is about the heart of God. It’s about how He views us, and how He is desperate for a relationship with us. Along the way, He places his finger on our lives, touches us deeply, heals us, shows His creativity, and generally surprises us with every move He makes.
The film’s international cast includes a wide variety of people, ministries, and personalities. But just to whet your appetite, here is a partial list of some of the things you will see and hear about in this film:
- Manna in the Pentagon
- African children who perform miracles every day
- Incredibly rare footage of the Chinese underground church
- Eastern European Gypsies radically changed by God’s power
- Amazing stories of the miraculous
- Hundreds raised from the dead
- Gemstones appearing out of thin air
- Saddaam Hussein’s old palace is now a church
- And much, much more.
March 31, 2020
Starring:Bill Johnson, Kris Vallotton, John & Carol Arnott, Heidi Baker, Georgian and Winnie Banov, John Piippo, Chris Overstreet, Sid Roth, Canon Andrew White
Subtitles:English, Arabic, Finnish, French, Dutch, German, Czech, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Mandarin), Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Indonesian, Spanish, Russian, Turkish
– Heidi Baker, PhD, Founding Director of Iris Ministries
– Jim Rutz, Author, Megashift
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