Roma Downey and Mark Burnett are currently producing some of the best movies and dramatic television programs in terms of both substantive content and multi-layered artistry. Their current movie, “Little Boy”, and television series “A.D. The Bible Continues” are doing well but are not yet at the top of the box office or ratings. With ongoing grassroots and consumer support they can move to the top and have wider impact for good around the world.
Supporters of “A.D. The Bible Continues” can receive daily updates, previews, and extra insights from Roma Downey and “A.D.” staff that are not shared elsewhere. Likewise, supporters can receive daily special messages from Eduardo Verástegui, producers, and staff for “Little Boy.”
On April 27, for example, Eduardo Verástegui shares with his supporters that “One of my hopes as a filmmaker is that people will leave (‘Little Boy’) wanting to love their children more and spend more time with them. “
Burnett’s and Downey’s charming movie “Little Boy” that fellow producer Eduardo Verástegui has described as an adult fable and that is also a memory movie (which does not use realistic conventions) that encourages viewers to return to the wonder, innocence, and faith of a little child has been released this past weekend in theaters.
On April 27, Mo Jo Box reveals that “Little Boy” is in the top fifteen movies at the box office for its first weekend out, having been in far less theaters than those above it at the box office for last weekend.
On April 27, the ratings for Downey’s and Burnett’s “A.D. The Bible Continues” are up from last week with a calculated viewership of 6 million +, but the series (like their movie “Little Boy”) still needs more grassroots, church, and consumer support from Bible-believing people of faith.
Those with eyes to see the value of the unifying, enriching, faith-building work of Mark Bunett and Roma Downey need to promote it and support it as well as other worthwhile movies and television programs. “A.D. The Bible Continues” is singular in its artistry, authenticity, and Biblical accuracy and honestly shows the overcoming power of God’s spirit even in extreme oppression. “Little Boy” is also singular in its encouragement of the return to innocence, unconditional love, and the faith of a little child. Both projects are critically needed especially in dark times like those in which we live today. Those who see these projects are sure to find inspiration, hope, and encouragement in the treacherous days in which we currently live.
The enriching, enlightening, educating movies and television programs that Mark Burnett, Roma Downey are providing for Bible-believing people around the world is inspirational, strengthening, and hopeful for such a time as this. Their work is bridging, unifying, and rallying those who believe in the Bible and who are followers of our Lord Jesus Christ across denominations throughout our country and the world to especially support and aid persecuted Bible-believing people around the world, especially those who are facing the threat of genocide. There is much at stake with their work to help reclaim, revive, and restore the founding moral and spiritual principles that have made our culture and others like it strong and even to rescue Bible-believing people of the world facing persecution and genocide.
Patrons and consumers have always made a difference in the dissemination and success of movies and television that serve to strengthen viewers to serve our world for the Greater Good.