Until April 30th, families can view the 2019 hit CGI-animated film “The Pilgrims Progress” from the comfort of their own homes.. free of charge!
According to Biscuit Media Group‘s recent press release, the film that left audiences in awe last Easter will be available to view online. Besides being a high-ranking Fathom Event film at the box office, it attracted sold out crowds across the world. Revelation Media, i.BIBLE and Summit Ministries, along with a group of generous ministry partners are happy to release it again for a limited time this year.
Executive Producer Steve Cleary shared this message about the online release, “As media-aware families around the globe are faced with issues surrounding social distancing, we wanted to not only provide this film as a resource for entertainment, but also as a tool for learning. Since the late 1600s, ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress’ has been one of the world’s most beloved stories, and I believe it is more relevant to the Christian journey today than ever before. We wanted to offer families the opportunity to view the film and discover a new way to discuss the timeless themes of faith that are explored in the story, such as hope, doubt, persistence, persecution, and hardships.”
The classic book has already been translated in over 200 languages. “Written in the late 1600s by John Bunyan while in prison for holding religious services, ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress’ is often cited as the greatest allegory ever written,” the press release states.
Executive Producer Steve Cleary cotinues, “Faith-based films have proven to be one of the most effective tools for reaching the world, and have the unique power to break down barriers of age, race, nationality, and language. With a classic, beloved story that is already known throughout the world like ‘THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS,’ we have been able to open up conversations about the Christian journey all around the globe in multiple languages. It’s amazing to watch God work, and we know that it’s just getting started.”
Click Here to enjoy the free film.
A Special Thanks to Biscuit Media Group for the info.