Approx 30 minutes each
The Evangelism Trilogy
In the late 80ís and early 90ís, Mars Hill produced 3 hard hitting, award-winning evangelistic films. Though they were produced a decade ago, these short films are still being used today because they powerfully present eternal truths in an incredibly creative and compelling way. Approx 30 minutes each
Includes all 3 classic films:
If you think you have plenty of time, this film will make you think again.
When that day comes, there wonít be time to make a decision.
Moment of Truth
The truth is like a light in the darkness. When itís gone, all thatís left is the darkness.
|Categories:||Prophecy/End Times, Drama|
3 members reviewed: The Evangelism Trilogy
- Nelley B
This is really a great movie. I loved it. Makes you think. I recommend it.. Great!!!!
- Shay J
Another great one. I see why many people, especially young people got saved. Without reservation definetly puts it in your face. It made me almost cry. Future tense was definetly great. Moment of truth was good too. My mom likes how all the kids pray for him & the angels were there with him. Praying to give his life to god. Once again, excellent.
- Hans B
These three short movies are called evangelism trilogy. The movies are more a "wake-up-call" for christians to share their faith. As the time on earth is short and we may not be given many chances to share the gospel with our friends. The first movie is about a group of teens partying and then getting in a car wreck. Instead of being dead, they are in their wrecked car hanging in space and see things play on a screen in front of them. On the screen they see their funerals, a line of people waiting for their turn to see if they are accepted in heaven. One of the kids is accepted, the others are rejected. The second movie is about a young man who became a christian and makes a tape for his parents to listen to. As the movie unfolds, it has the young man talk about the return of Jesus. It's a short "As-a-Thief-in-the-Night" style movie. This is probably the best one of the three. The third movies shows 2 angels discussing a young man who has had a bad childhood and struggles to find God's acceptance. The angels see a timer counting down. The young man meets someone that gives him a ride home and shares the gospel with him. The angel tell's the other that this is the "appointed-time" for him to hear the message. The young man decides to "Not-be-Ready". However the guy that shared the gospel with him, goes home and contacts his friends asking to pray for him. This is what caused God to give him a second chance and the timer starts again.
The reason I rated them 3 is that they are a bit dated. The hair-cuts, clothes, cars and walkman are definitly placing these movie as "something from our parents time period".