A film project sharing Christ with oppressed peoples.
Despair is Rampant…
In Asia there are several minority people groups whose land, culture, language, history, and opportunity are being stripped away by the majority people’s racism, violence, and destructive colonial policies. Despair is rampant. Poverty is everywhere. People turn to drugs, violence, or their traditional Islam or Buddhism for escape and a sense of identity. Nothing can take away the bitterness.
We Have the Hope of Jesus…
We as Christians can't change their political plight, but we can offer them something even better than preservation and independence. We can offer them citizenship in an unshakeable Kingdom, with hope and joy that come from knowing the One who died to set them truly free, and lives to rule all nations.
How Can We Communicate that Hope?
"Hope After Oppression" is a project that will produce and distribute short videos highlighting the testimonies of believers from Native American tribes. These Native American brothers and sisters will answer questions like:
- What is the stroy of your tribe?
- How can you say God loves you, or your people?
- How can you forgive the people who did this to you?
- What are you hoping in now?
- What is your identity?
- As a follower of Jesus, how do you respond when harmed, cheated or slandered?
From their translated responses we will communicate to these marginalized Asian minorities that new life is found in Christ, who is the fulfillment of every culture, and can bring wholeness and beauty out of even the worst destruction and loss.
- Click here to watch a trailer video and read more about the project.
- With more specific inquiries, contact by email.