THE GOOD SAMARITAN

The Parables Retold

help make it happen

Without your generous support this series wouldn't be possible. We believe that the parables are stories worth telling, and the impact we've already seen the pilot have cements that belief.

From senior pastors, to youth groups, to small group leaders, everyone has said how much these films will benefit their ministry and help develop Christians, especially those who are young in their faith or exploring what the bible is all about.

 

THE GOOD SAMARITAN

Based on the parable found in Luke 10, this film takes us into the shoes of a white supremacist on his way to a white-power march through the streets of London. However, on his way, he is intercepted by a group of youth who rob him, beat him and leave him for dead in a dark and dingy alleyway. 

Desperately grasping at life, James is ignored by those he trusted most and when help comes from the most unexpected of places will he be able to accept the help or drive his saviour away?

Why support this film?

Paying Creatives
On our last film, we were able to pay something to every professional who worked with us. We want to continue to raise the UK Christian film industry by maintaining a professional, paying standard.

Racial Themes
The Good Samaritan in its original form breaks through strong racial barriers, and this version will be no different. Set around a similar events to the Charlotteville march, it will explore racism through Kingdom principles.

Proclaiming the Kingdom
The parables of Jesus proclaimed Kingdom principles in a way His audience might understand. Our aim is exactly the same, making it accessible to the audience today in the spheres of education, church, and media.

Resourcing the Church
Ultimately, these videos are here to help resource the church. They will be available for purchase alongside study guides but will also freely available on YouTube for anyone to watch and hear this fresh take on Jesus' parable.

What will the money be used for?

The first £1000 will be used to cover expenses in travel, insurance costs, catering, set design and props for the film. The next £2000 will go towards paying the crew and the cast for their work on this production.