Independent filmmaker Paul Wittenberger and my husband have been working together for the last year on their latest documentary, Marching to Zion, which has just been released.
Our church hosted a screening of this film last Saturday. It was such a hit that we are planning another screening at a local theater on their big screen (I will post the details on that as soon as they are confirmed). Not surprisingly, with visitors in town just to see the movie the moment it released, we bust our Sunday morning church attendance record again, which is now 158 (up from 144).
Marching to Zion was also played at Verity Baptist Church in Sacramento, CA, and is being screened at Word of Truth Baptist Church in Prescott Valley, AZ this afternoon at 4 p.m., and at Stedfast Baptist Church in Fort Worth, TX tonight at 7 p.m. If you live in either of those areas, I would very much encourage you to stop by and see it live today.
The full movie will not be available on YouTube for at least a couple more months. You can view the trailer below:
Of all the documentaries that my husband and Paul have made, Marching to Zion is my favorite one yet. It is PACKED with biblical truths that are as important as they are relevant today. The information is presented thoroughly without ever being dull, the arguments are backed up with plenty of Scripture as well as interviews and science, and the overall presentation is incredibly professional and captivating. If you love the Bible and learning the truth, you will love this film!
The DVDs will be ready to ship next week, and can be ordered here.
Also, the film is immediately available for digital download or instant streaming here.
If you have seen the film in full yourself, please feel free to leave your review in the comments below!
(Disclaimer: My husband, our family, or Faithful Word Baptist Church does not receive any monies from the sales of this film, or any other film my husband helped produce. The above sites are all run by Paul Wittenberger, who is the producer and filmmaker. Making these professional documentaries with such incredible production quality is very expensive, much more so than the average viewer might guess, as well as very time consuming. Since this is not just an expensive hobby, but rather Paul Wittenberger's job and his ministry, he must be able to turn out a profit and support his family if he is to continue producing these important documentaries. To that end, Marching to Zion will not be released for free viewing on YouTube for some time yet. We are grateful to the many supporters who donated toward this project, and made its production financially possible.)