"Redeeming the Arts for the glory of God"
We want to tell a story that addresses issues that children face today while combining it with a story from church history. The Love of God is a beautiful hymn of the faith with an amazing story spanning from the first crusades all the way to WWI, it also deals with the very core of Christianity that many children miss: adoration and love for God.
At the Thorn Crown Project our mission is to inspire, educate, and disciple believers and to encourage them to confront the culture by incorporating God’s Truth into presentations designed to challenge and correct the evil of our day.
Indescribable, filled with adventure and humor, shows a young boy facing what every child raised in a Christian family goes through – does he know and love God for himself? Is this just his parents’ faith or is God real to him also? How can he learn to love God? In the end, we hope that children will be able to connect with the characters and ask themselves the same question: how can they love God?
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I was just wondering how the gospel message and the name of Christ will be proclaimed in this movie? I have been disappointed so many times with movies that were "Christian" but failed at proclaiming the gospel of even mentioning the name of Jesus.
Good question! Our goal with this film is to help people learn to love God practically. Especially children who have grown up in Christian homes.
The theme verse that is quoted several times in the film are the words of Jesus in Mark 12:30: "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, with all thy soul, with all thy mind, and with all thy strength."
The name of Jesus is spoken several times throughout the film. The actual message of salvation is not stressed as much as believers demonstrating their love to God by their actions.
Here is one of Papa's lines:
"Loving with all of our strength means acting on our love. Jesus demonstrated this when He died on the cross- He intentionally chose to do something very difficult to show us His love. In return we can intentionally choose to do things to demonstrate our love toward Him."
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