Evangelistic Video's Online
For many years we at Create International have been looking for more ways to make our multi-lingual evangelistic films available to unreached people groups around the world. Recently, a christian businessman helped us to put all of Create's evangelstic presentations into streaming video format on the Internet. Now anyone can view all of our evangelistic films - produced for over thirty different people groups - in high quality, streaming video anywhere in the world through the technology of the Internet. We also want to make the URLs of these movies available to anyone who wants to put them on their own websites or use them in cyber cafe evangelism.
On the Island of Sumatra, the least-evangelised island in the world, the first two believers among the Lampung, a Muslim people group, came to Christ through watching our film Condemnation or Forgiveness. Condemnation or Forgiveness is an exciting story of one young man's choice to follow tradition or his heart. With thrilling knife fights and tender family scenes this film demonstrates that forgiveness is always better than holding a grudge.
The Farsi language film, The Weary Traveller tells the story of Mehrdad, a man seeking a better life for his family. But when everything he has is taken away from him, he is left with nowhere to turn. Empty-handed, he turns to an old friend who is able to help him put his trust in Jesus. What will happen when his wife discovers his secret? This film was produced in Turkey, and smuggled into Iran. Five distribution centres in Iran have duplicated and given out nearly 50,000 copies to these spiritually hungry people.
The film Transformation was filmed in a traditional Banjara village, depicting the power of prayer and healing to help a whole community receive God's love and forgiveness. In the first five years of using this film for evangelism among the 20 million Banjara of Central India, a team of Banjara church planters have established 500 new fellowships among this very needy people.
Debt of Honor is a Gospel film in the Madurese language which makes use of stories adapted from the culture of this very unreached people. Madurese settings and music enhance the message that Christ has paid the debt for our sins. Just one month after producing this film, the entire cast of Muslim actors became followers of Jesus. Two years after the film was released, a report came from excited field workers saying that the film had been "pirated" and could be found for rental in nearly every DVD shop on the island. Millions of Madurese now have access to the film because of this "Holy Spirit pirating" campaign.
Restoring Relationships is a compelling story of a young Tujia man who returns home from university where he has received more than just an education. This film shows the struggles that a new believer from a strongly Buddhist family experiences when trying to live out his new found faith in Christ. With a population of 7 million the Tujia have very little exposure to the Gospel message. This film was so well received that the people themselves paid to have 100,000 copies duplicated and distributed.
The Path to Truth and Life is a story of forgiveness and redemption as Siu Ying commits her life to Christ after watching the Jesus film. Her life is deeply affected. However her new commitment is tested when she discovers her husband is being unfaithful. Will she have the strength to forgive and will she trust that the Lord can make all things new? This film was packaged together with the Jesus Film, and 4 million copies were distributed. As a result 10,000 new churches were established in China.
List of our streaming videos
A Changed Life (Gan of China)
One of China's largest (about 20 million) unreached people groups. The story takes place in the city of Nanchang, the center of the Gan population. This presentation is one of the few evangelistic films made in mainland China. Available in Gan and Mandarin language.
Watch the film: [A Changed Life] [stream] in the Gan language
A Changed Life (Mandarin/China)
Watch the film: [A Changed Life] [stream] in the Mandarin language
A Greater Love (Bamar of Myanmar)
A Greater Love is a film full of action and despair. A young man finds that money can cause even your best friends to betray you. Follow him as he discovers that Jesus can give him a new life and a greater love.
Watch the film: [A Greater Love] [stream]
Ahmad's Dream (Malays)
Utilising testimonies, a dramatic adaptation of a biblical parable, and a cast of over ten Malay actors, this video sensitively shares Christ's message of love and reconciliation in Malay. (In the Malay Language)
Watch the film: [Ahmad´s Dream] [stream]
Building a Family of Love (Mongolia)
The Disciplined Father is a touching story of a small boy who learns that only Jesus can rebuild the foundations of his family. Shot in the majestic hills of Mongolia this film is very appropriate for Mongolians wherever they are in the world.
Watch the film: [Building a Family of Love] [stream]
Help From Heaven (Balinese of Indonesia)
Wayang's grandfather is dying and desires for him to take up dance classes again. But Wayang learns more than the art of dance from his instructor. He and his grandfather both gain greater insight into the grace of God that is sufficient for eternal life. A contextualised Balinese dance performance highlights the message.
Watch the film: [Help from Heaven] [stream]
New Life (Awadhi of India)
90% of the Awadhi are Hindu. Hinduism is a difficult religion to describe, as it embraces a wide variety of beliefs, as well as many different gods. In addition to basic Hindu customs and tradition, the Awadhi have added animistic practices. They fear evil spirits and perform many rituals in an attempt to manipulate them.
Watch the film: [New Life] [stream]
The Burning Heart (Bengali of Bangladesh)
The Burning Heart is a heartfelt story of a Bengali man and his search for truth after a close relative dies. Using the Prodigal Son parable, a friend shows him that he can find salvation through Isa al Masih - the anointed Saviour. Original Bengali Christian music complements the film.
Watch the film: [The Burning Heart] [stream]
The Light of Revelation (Hui of China)
China's largest Muslim people group. In this film new bridges to reach the heart and mind of the Hui are dramatically illustrated through the life story of a seeker. (For the 10 million Hui)
Watch the film: [The Light of Revelation] [stream]
The Return of Singkorn (Isaan of Thailand)
Singkorn's Return is an exciting adventure in the life of a young Isaan boy and his friends. Together they discover the evil in the world and finally escape it through the power of love. (In the Isaan Language)
Watch the film: [The Return of Singkorn] [stream]
Irun's Dream (Sasak of Indonesia)
Irun's Dream dramatises a Sasak family's search to find peace and Irun's obedience to share God's love with them through storytelling and the parables of the Gospel.
Watch the film: [Irun's Dream] [stream]
The Greatest Sacrifice (Urdu of India)
The Prodigal Son, adapted for an Urdu Muslim audience. Urdu speaking professional actors and traditional dress make this a powerful Gospel presentation.
Watch the film: [The Greatest Sacrifice] [stream]
Finding True Peace (Minangkabau of Indonesia)
Finding True Peace is a dramatisation of the Prodigal Son parable in the Minang language shot in scenic West Sumatra.
Watch the film: [Finding true Peace] [stream]
The Korban Provision (Uighers of China)
The Korban Provision is an inspiring portrayal of Christ's sacrifice contextualised through traditional Uighur music, clothing and settings. This original story, dramatised by professional Uighur actors, gives viewers new revelations of God's perfect love.
Watch the film: [The Korban Provision] [stream]
Restoring Relationships (Tujia of China)
Restoring Relationships is a compelling documentary of one of China's largest minority groups. With a population of 7 million and very little exposure to the Gospel message, this group is in great spiritual and physical need.
Watch the film: [Restoring Relationships] [stream]
Good News For You (Tibetans of China)
This evangelistic presentation (in multi-projector slide format) has proven to be an effective tool in reaching Tibetans worldwide by sharing the Gospel through drama, testimonies, indigenous art, and Tibetan Christian music.
(In the Lhasa Tibetan Language)
Watch the film: [Good News For You] [stream]
Transformation (Banjara of India)
For the 20 million Banjara in Central India. Filmed in a traditional Banjara village, this film depicts the power of prayer and healing to help a whole community receive God's love and forgiveness.
Watch the film: [Transformation] [stream]
The Scales of God (Wolof of Senegal)
The Scales of God is a dramatic account of a jeweler searching for recognition in his community. After he subtly attempts to swindle another business man, he learns valuable lessons in the Bible about honesty and how God looks upon our good works vs. salvation through faith in Isa. The main character eventually brings his whole family to a contextual fellowship where they all learn the ways of God for their new life in Him.
Watch the film: [The Scales of God] [stream]
The Followers of Isa (Turks of Turkey)
Evangelistic Film for the 40 million Turks in the Turkish language.
Two young village boys are later reunited in Istanbul after one has become a believer. After a series of dramatic events, the believer helps his friend discover new life through his testimony and new friends at a home fellowship.
Watch the film: [The Followers of Isa] [stream]
Bastiar's Dream (Komering of Indonesia)
Bastiar's Dream in the Komering language portrays the love and forgiveness of the Father and how to follow the right path to the one true and living God.
(In the Komering/Ulu Language)
Watch the film: [Bastiar's Dream] [stream]
The Greatest Happiness (Manchus of China)
A contextualised film in Mandarin for the Manchus. Testimonies and a creative format combine to make a dynamic presentation of the gospel. Suitable for presenting to all Mandarin-speaking people groups.
Watch the film: [The Greatest Happiness] [stream]
Syamsul's Dream (Makassarese of Indonesia)
Syamsul's Dream dramatises the Makassar's felt needs through Syamsul and his fisherman friend. Together they discover God's joy and provision for their life and family.
Watch the film: [Syamsul's Dream] [stream]
Condemnation or Forgiveness (Lampung of Indonesia)
Condemnation or Forgiveness is an exciting story of one young man's choice to follow tradition or his heart. With thrilling knife fights and tender family scenes this film can be used to share that forgiveness is always better than holding a grudge.
Watch the film: [Condemnation or Forgiveness] [stream]
Thank you so much, we really hope that you can help us get these hotlinks out so that more and more people can make use of these films. If you would like a copy of any of the above films, please go to our online store at: [http://www.createinternational.com/store]