2014 was deemed a successful year regarding the JESUS film. More than 377,000 viewed the evangelistic film through the JESUS Film Partnership of Global Partners.

In 2014 alone, a record nu mber 37 JESUS film teams planted 150 new churches in 18 different countries*.

Here are 2014 statistics:

  • Showings: 2,403
  • Viewers: 377,095
  • Responses: 172,707
  • Cell groups started: 822
  • Churches planted: 150
  • Preaching points established: 191
  • Teams: 45

The JESUS Film Partnership gives God thanks for his immeasurable grace and goodness. He has protected those who have placed their lives on the frontlines of the battle for souls. He has blessed them with much fruit.

We pray this fruit would last by being nurtured in healthy churches. The great challenge is for pastors to be trained to fill each church that is started. The JESUS Film Partnership, in cooperation with Global Partners, the national churches, and the educational institutions of The Wesleyan Church around the globe, are seeking to bring solutions to this great need of our day in the life of the church.

New initiatives will be introduced in 2015 that will strengthen the ongoing work of the teams toward evangelism and church planting, while addressing the “good” problem of pastoral training it creates. We continue to ask God to send more workers into his harvest and for wisdom and methods to train them.

The JESUS Film Partnership thanks the Lord for all those who have given sacrificially and generously and to those who have prayed fervently and faithfully for this ministry. It is the body of Christ working together to advance his kingdom around the world and change the eternity of all those who would believe.

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*Countries included: Bangladesh, Burkino Faso, Cameroon, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Liberia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Panama (does not receive JESUS Film Partnership funding), the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Sierra Leone, Suriname, Uganda, Zambia