Do we believe in the potential impact of Regional Movie Ministries?  Of course, otherwise why spend the time to share it with others?

Don’t just take our opinion, here’s what others are saying…
(More coming soon with the 2016 update)

Rich Christiano, www.ChristianMovies.com,
Director, The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry (2009), A Matter of Faith (2015)
Rich Gerberding & the Heart of Illinois Christian Movie Central are a key reason Christian films “Play in Peoria.”  I wish we had hundreds of groups around the country like them as we would really make an impact on our society.

Roger & Annelie Rudlaff, Christian Film Database (CFDb)
www.ChristianFilmDatabase.com
If you are making a Christian movie, it is imperative that you take the time to read, study, and implement the suggestions within. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with Regional Movie Ministries.

Dallas Jenkins, Jenkins Entertainment
Director, What If… (2010), The Resurrection of Gavin Stone (2016)If there were more people like Rich Gerberding around the country, faith-based films would be doing twice the box office they are now. his methods simply work, and distributors would be wise to not only use him for their films, but learn from him.

Josef Lipp, former National Director, Movie to Movement
The Regional Movie Ministries handbook is a fantastic tool for those interested in supporting faith-based films in a BIG way. I highly encourage anyone who wants to make a difference with Christian films to read this handbook and I look forward to sharing it with our many Movie to Movement Theater Captains.

Cheryl Ariaz Wicker, film producer, host of Christian Movie Connect
www.ChristianMovieConnect.com
With the growth of Christian films, there is an increasing need to spread the word. Regional Movie Ministries has tapped into a way to build “grassroots awareness” of Christian films in their own region and are encouraging others to do the same. Anyone who cares about Christian movies should read this book.