Content. Every week, children average 35-63 hours of media, less than 5 hours with their parents, and less than 1 hour in church. If you’re like us, you’re concerned about how much sway the media has over your children. Our primary mission is to produce positive, inspiring, and God honoring mainstream films that will impact children and adults alike with powerful, entertaining, real-world Gospel messages of hope, faith, and forgiveness.
Funding existing missions. Then proceeds from our sales will go to missions! Proceeds from Game Changer will support Cross International, The Fellowship of Christian Athletes and a few others as they literally change the lives of countless children and families every day. With your help we can change the world one story at a time and offer hope and opportunity to those in need, all from watching a movie.
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Donations to RTWP will go to funding our current projects.
Then, proceeds of our projects will help fund new projects and go to charities directly serving people in need like the ones shown in our stories. These proceeds should eventually exceed our costs, exponentially growing financial support for those in need while reaching people with positive, inspiring, moral stories showing a real-world Gospel message.
Please contact us if your church would like to hold a free screening of Game Changer and join our Family Movie Night Out events.
Game Changer is a fun, entertaining, family comedy that follows Jordan Gabriel, the richest, most famous, and best quarterback in the pros. Don’t believe it? Just ask him. Eagerly awaiting a record setting contract renewal, “only the best will do,” he gets caught street racing his Lamborghini and much to his dismay he’s suddenly forced to coach a little league baseball team. Lohan Everette is still dealing with the recent loss of his father and is wanting to be his new middle-school’s star pitcher. He is Jordan’s biggest fan – until he actually meets him. As the baseball season progresses, “Coach” Jordan rebuilds Lohan’s trust and begins to rely on him, his mom, his adorable and hilarious 9-year-old sister, and the rest of the team as they turn their losing season around. As Jordan begins to “stand in the gap” as a coach/father figure he begins to realize just how empty his life was when he only lived for himself as they all learn the importance of teamwork and using their God-given talents to help others in need. Faced with the biggest dilemma of his life, and with his record setting football contract on the line, can he finally put another person’s needs before his own?