"I really respect the work you do through the medium of film. Thank you for tackling the critical subject of mental health and suicide. That is such a great need in the church and society today. Your focus on Christ is an inspiration!"
Thanks for you great work (You should be nominated for an Oscar or for an Emmy of Christian movies!) This ministry needs greater dissemination by the people of God in general and as a tool of evangelizing.
It's one of the best things I've seen in God's work in terms of multimedia.
Great preacher of our time.
God bless you richly in Jesus name.
Saw the film on the Black Dog Ride. Really good message, mate. Need to hear more of it!
Thank you, I liked the thrust of the address. Perhaps I am home. But it has been a rough journey... It is the law that brings the death penalty. It is the law that kills us. There is only one Way to avoid that penalty and that is by the sacrifice, resurrection, and the life of Christ.
“Thank you for this excellent Christian ministry. The potential utility, the purity and honesty of your work on "Messageweek" deserves a wider spread between those who "keep the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus." The quality of work is unique and this ministry needs our prayers for its potential to take place by the power and grace of God. The short films are great to draw attention even of those who have little interest in these topics.
“I can say, however, that I believe what you wrote is true. I don’t disagree with any of it. Yet at the same time, if felt "new" - like I understood for the first time. And it brought me back to that place of "God is good". And I am humbled. Humbled by His love, grace, mercy, and forgiveness. I do believe He truly desires that all people be saved. As I type those words, I am again tearing up. And so I thank you. God is good. He is Faithful.”
“Recently you gave a friend of mine a very interesting book, "Hope of the Resurrection". She loaned it to me and I became very interested in as it explained the Bible very clearly with regards to the resurrection, something I’ve never seen before. I am very keen to have a copy of your book if you would be kind enough to send one to me. I congratulate you on having written such a wonderful book.”
“I have almost finished my 1st reading of the book "Hope of the Resurrection" and I think it is an excellent contribution to an incredibly significant subject, with some thought provoking new angles - eg the Out of Body Experiences. I was particularly pleased with the 17th chapter. It's written in a different, more personal style.”
“Many thanks to you Sir for all your helpful and encouraging words and teachings. I am most grateful to you for the copy of your book on the Resurrection that you sent me a copy recently. Thank you once again and I appreciate these shared sermons on small churches - going back to learn from the apostolic days of old- with emphasis on the timeless truths of our ageless Saviour.”
“Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. I thank my God, making mention of you always in my prayers, hearing of your love and faith which you have toward the Lord Jesus and toward all the saints, that the sharing of your faith may become effective by the acknowledgment of every good thing which is in you in Christ Jesus. May God bless you brother.”
“Wow, sometimes a few minutes is what you need from the word of God! Short and yet effective. Thank you!”
Your commentary on future probation for those who never heard the true gospel (which, inferring from your writing, will be most of the "unsaved") is of great interest to me.”
“A big thanks to all you special people who have made this service available - and free.”
“Thank you so much for this great sermon. It is amazing, you said it as it is in the Bible. May God richly bless you and your family. We love you!”
“Many true points. I am convinced you are on to what I have come to understand about Our Father's great plan. Many do not accept this or are not sure what is being said.”
“Great sermon. I think yes we are saved by grace and have hope, but we must not believe that once we are saved we are always saved. As Jesus says this in Matthew 7 when he talks to the lukewarm believers. We must walk in righteousness to get across the line”