A new project, “Experiencing God: The Movie” is in the planning stages. The producer is looking for actual stories in which churches discovered that God was at work around them and they became involved in his divine activity. We would like to incorporate true events into this fictional story. If you would like to tell us your story, we will review for possible inclusion in the movie. Please submit your stories to: eg@blackaby.org and we’ll forward them to the producer. We need these as soon as possible. Thanks for your help!”

Dr. Richard Blackaby, President

  1. November 1, 2013

    Our testimony of the Lord’s activity in our community is how He merged two congregations to create a new witness in our area. One congregation had a Pastor and a functional church, but no permanent place of worship, being constantly moved from place to place. The other congregation had delapedated facilities, and no pastor. Congregation size had depleted and on the verge of selling up. But the Lord intervened!

  2. November 4, 2013

    I am a prison chaplain at the Bowden Institution in Alberta, Canada. For the past two years we have been offering the Exp God course to inmates… and we have some great stories of transformation that might fit into the movie.

    The Exp God grads (30-40 inmates) have formed an Exp God Alumni Association – the purpose of this group is to continue growing in Christ, but also to seek to be in the flow of what God is doing in the world.

    Last year the Alumni have launched the Prison Cross project – building metal crosses in the prison and shipping them to churches in the developing world through Compassionate Resource Warehouse. 10 of these crosses have been placed in church in Thailand, Burma, Africa and beyond.

    This Fall the inmates held a Exp God Walk-A-Thon in the prison exercise yard – the first of its kind in the prison – to raise funds to purchase Sunday School supplies for churches in developing countries – they raised over $3,600.

    Because these men have experiened God – they are reaching out with compassion beyond the fences of the prison.

    I would be pleased to provide more info if this is something you might be looking for.

    Grace & Peace,
    Chaplain Bud Sargent

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