We are a not-for-profit, free community media service, using emerging film and streaming technologies to share the best news we could ever hear!
Because each short film is centred on the most influential person in history, Jesus Christ, the hope, insight and inspiration derived from Jesus' words have transformed millions of lives.
Jesus often taught using stories and parables. Many of us remember the tales told us from childhood. Nowadays, many gain their moral compass from stories told in movies and television - thus we believe that "a visual culture demands a visual gospel."
Our film work started on a documentary filmed in Israel in 1985, and then our first digital gospel films were streamed in 1997 in dialup formats. As the internet developed and technologies improved, our work has been to share the gospel by media. Many of our videos are just a few minutes in duration, with longer videos added later.
Over two decades, our mission and ministry in film has always been to simply share the good news of Jesus Christ.
Of all the 540 gospel films produced, our topics have focussed on the "Rs" of " Receive Jesus", "Resurrection Hope", "Return of Jesus", and "The Rest of God".
Producer John Klassek said, "When we started, we really had no idea of how far-reaching and effective media streaming could be. There was, however, always that call to persist. Apart from providing remarkable training, it's exciting - as it is challenging - to explore the timelessness of God's grace and truth in our complex world of faith-versus-secularism."
We hope and pray that the ongoing "good news of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ" as streamed here blesses and strengthens your faith in the gospel message!
Meet some of our dedicated team:
Producer John has a background in graphic design and IT support. He enjoys archaeology, motorcycling, church work and public speaking.
Leah works in Business Management, and enjoys home life, movies, and sketching in her spare time, She is a talented presenter who also enjoys video editing.
Rebecca enjoys quilting and patchwork, as well as playing worship music, She is nanna now to four grandchildren, and operates the cinema camera during studio and on-location filming.
Ernie specialises in New Testament Greek, as well as proof-reading. He translated "Hope of the Resurrection" into German. Thanks also to Horst for his editing work.
Many thanks to Oscar in Mexico for his many long hours of work spent in translating "Hope of the Resurrection" into Spanish. Thanks also to Marcos' current editing work.
Hannah is a free-lance cinematographer, a graduate of the Sydney Film School, She enjoys travel, motorcycling, and 2nd AC camera work, working from her base in Sydney, Australia.
Over the years, David has generously sponsored various utility costs for MessageWeek Media Ministries.
Thanks to many faithful supporters over the last 20 years: Thankyou for your prayers, words of affirmation, encouragement, as well as generosity.