“Faithkeepers” Movie Recruits Churches to Help Persecuted Christians

May 9, 2017

The shocking story of Christian persecution is being released in a movie debut, showing at churches on May 23, 2017, called "Faithkeepers." This movie documents the revealing history and widespread persecution of Christians across the Middle East. This incredible, 50-minute film is packed with stories from children and their parents. Each year, thousands of Christians are killed because of their faith. The movie brings to life these stories and the appalling persecution and deaths of Christians worldwide.

Pastors and church leaders interested in hosting the movie can contact the producers to privately view the movie beforehand through the website http://theatricast.com/faithkeepers. They require a minimum of 35 tickets to be purchased per location at $8.00 each to host a viewing, which costs $280.

Little relief can be found in the Middle East. In Egypt, 90 percent of the population believes that converts to Christianity deserve death. Liberty Counsel's ministry, Liberty Relief International, provides aid and relief to Christian refugees in the Middle East, who are being slaughtered and displaced by radical Jihadists. The movie’s producers encourage taking donations after the movie to support charities that aid persecuted Christians. Tax-deductible contributions can be made out to Liberty Relief International or Liberty Counsel.

This movie is a must-see for everyone to learn first-hand about the religious and Christian genocide that is happening now in the Middle East. We cannot turn a blind eye to the children and people who are being slaughtered solely because of their faith as we sit in our comfortable homes, with well-fed children who are safe.