Medina Man Uses His Love For Film Making To Share Timely Message

Signs of the End Times

 



In the wake of current events there are many more people today seeking God and asking questions regarding Bible prophecy and the end times. A 17 minute video, produced by John Martin of Medina, Ohio answers this important and timely question in a non-threatening way.

For non-church goers seeking answers or for Christians looking for a tool to use that will reach their unsaved friends, neighbors and family members, the video entitled 'Signs of the End Times' can be very helpful.

Written in December of 2000, this very relevant, mini video was filmed in June and July of this year. The film is first in a series of short films Martin calls 'video tracts'.

Martin strategically limited the video to 17 minutes which features a conversation regarding end time events, between two men waiting at a bus stop. "This video will plant a seed into the (viewers) heart", claims Martin.

Martins company 'New Parable Films' which started in 1980, has produced a number of videos including 'The Song', 'There Came A Traveler', 'Seeking Whom He May Devour', 'The Image of Sin' and others.

The films are low budget and Martins skill as a director needs polishing. However, the message being shared is valuable and make up for any artistical lack.

Sunday School directors, Dave and Betty Strab presented 'The Gift' and "through the viewing of this film we had 15 children respond to the gospel message."

Martin's film 'Signs of the End Times' will make the viewer take stock of what he or she really believes as well as shed light on current events from a Biblical perspective. Martins motivation is pure and simple, "It is my desire to see lost people touched and make a decision for Christ before time runs out." C


For information regarding 'Signs of the End Times' contact John Martin at New Parable Films, (330)722-1909, or write 3983 North Huntington St., Medina, OH 44256 website: www.tracts.com/newparablefilms.html


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