As the south fell into the deep freeze, Chris and Emilee packed up the vehicle along with the film crew and headed down to Nashville. Over the following week, they were able to connect with Jim Daly of Focus on the Family, June Hunt from Hope for the Heart Ministries, Joni Eareckson Tada, Alex McFarland, Dr. Michael Brown, Abdu Murray, and many-many more.
The days were extremely long and the crew worked hard loading in and out, setting up and taking down from 6 in the morning into the late hours of the night. But what kept them going, was the project. “I Believe the Bible. Am I an Idiot?”, is a reality documentary on the authority of God’s word that seems to be catching on. So far, we have not been at a loss for people wanting to be a part of this and help push the project forward.
While there are still hours of studio work to do and funds that need to be raised, Chris and Emilee’s favorite part of ministry is getting out there and talking to people! From Nashville, it was on to Charlotte and Greensboro NC as they met up with their son Jake where received a really warm southern welcome for their comedy shows.
God has been good and this film project is moving full steam ahead! We appreciate your prayers in this endeavor. Our goal is that this reality documentary would be a tool to encourage the body of Christ to hold fast to God’s Word. While the world calls the Gospel of Jesus Christ foolishness, it is the power of salvation to those who are being saved.
At present, we estimate several video shoots are yet needed and those involved in the project have been a God send. We hope in the end to provide simple answers to the common objections to faith in Christ. Not only is that faith relevant, it is essential to a healthy society. We hope to combat the common thought that Christianity has no place in the public square.
We are exploring the validity of the Bible and what gives these ancient pages ultimate authority for all mankind. Through this journey, we look into the role comedy and laughter play in the joy that we share. In the seriousness of it all, there is joy to be had, comedy to help us cope, and laughter to heal. You may be called an idiot for believing the Bible. But if that’s the case, are you willing to trust it anyway?
For more information on “I Believe the Bible. Am I an Idiot?” or to make a tax deductible donation to help fund the film, go to www.bibmediagroup.com