Jesus Film Project
Helping to provide media tools, training, strategies and resources for abundant follow through evangelism in every needed language.
Year Founded: 1979
Ministry Presence: The JESUS film has been seen in every country in the world and translated into hundreds of languages.
Jesus Film Media app sees record views
Join a 2-week mission trip with Jesus Film Project and bring the gospel to areas where less than 2% of the people are Christian.
A seminary’s mission trip becomes more than anyone would have imagined.
Watch: Taking Jesus Film Project to the world's remotest places.
Two pastors in Papua New Guinea bring their communities face to face with Jesus thanks to a wearable innovation.
Every person in Bulgaria received an opportunity to become a Christian during an amazing 4 years.
Small community churches grow using Jesus Film Project.
How to contact Jesus Film Project including their mailing address, phone number and email address, as well as hyperlinks for short-term mission and career opportunities.
41-year-old computer technician in North Carolina starts a campaign to send Jesus Film Project DVDs to all the homes in his county.
How do you respond to someone who tells you that Jesus literally appeared to them?
One Mississippi native’s tells why he went on a missions trip to Africa with Jesus Film Project.
During Global Outreach Day you will be looking for the right person to share your story with, so you can introduce God’s story.
Students at the University of Texas use the new Jesus Film app to share their faith.
A young Japanese student had become a Christian, but wanted a wife.
One woman's journey with Christ and HIV.
When I reached my seat I introduced myself; she smiled and shook her head – “No English.” Oh well, I thought. I guess I’ll space out on this leg of the flight.
At a humanitarian center in a refugee camp in a Middle Eastern country, a church-planting team showed "Magdalena" daily.
A new smartphone app makes Jesus Film Project available anytime.
Cru president Steve Douglass talks about The Jesus Film Project's newest venture.
30 years the JESUS film's reach has met or surpassed that of long-standing companies.
In honor of its 35th anniversary, “JESUS”—the most watched film in history, having been viewed billions of times—has now been re-mastered in high-definition with a complete new musical score in Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
The Masikoro people turn from crocodiles, stones or dead ancestors to Christ after seeing the JESUS film in Madagascar.
In search of the perfect 90th birthday present, a group of Ruth Bates' friends fund the translation of evangelical film Magdalena: Released From Shame into Colloquial Egyptian Arabic.
Sheila learns how much God loves her and how easily she can tell that message to others showing "Magdalena" from the Jesus Film.
The same people who have turned the JESUS film into the most-translated film of all time have begun distributing a unique new translation of sorts with the U.S. release of Magdalena: Released from Shame.
A storefront at a Michigan mall was an unusual place for an encounter with Christ.
A famous sound engineer leaves the recording industry behind so Christ's voice is heard.
The new short film animé, My Last Day, tells the story of regret, repentance and redemption that frames the story of salvation through the eyes of a criminal who receives the same crucifixion sentence as Christ. The criminal's own gilt causes him to realize more fully Christ's innocence.
Introducing the new executive director for Jesus Film Project, Erick Schenkel, to replace Jim Green in April 2012.
Lifetime missionary to Western African nation requests the JESUS film in a new translation, giving hope to a broader audience.
Mountain farmer Oscar continues to serve God in Guatemala.
Growing up in Ethiopia, a confusing religious environment made the thought of death frightening to Kassahun.
An Amazon tribesman becomes a pastor to his tribe, using Jesus Film Project to reach people in his own language.
A former Delta Force member gives out JESUS films to speakers of other languages.
“My Last Day” changes ministry in Africa.
A phone app gives Tom an opportunity to share about Jesus.
Kia Dureti Dida, a 22-year-old Ethiopian, travels among villages telling people about Jesus.
Five North African women show “Magdalena”, a film produced by Jesus Film Project to portray Jesus’ life from the perspective of Mary Magdalene.
After finding out her boyfriend was cheating on her, a new mom learns about Jesus and then introduces Him to her family using the JESUS film.
The new “Walking With Jesus” discipleship series created and produced by Jesus Film Project and Cru Africa. Is taking root.
Pastor Alexandre knew the risks of this village, and he also knew it was worth going, because they needed to know about Jesus.
If you have a smartphone, you can share the gospel with anyone.
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