This beautiful, politically nuanced and morally sensitive film models the approach to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict that I’d long hoped to see among Christians: an open heart to the two indigenous, traumatized peoples of the Holy Land.

Yossi Klein Halevi, author, Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor

COMING SPRING 2021

presents

a feature-length documentary film on one of the most contested conflicts in the world.

Join Todd Morehead, an American Christian with a deep love for Israel, who sets off on a journey across the Holy Land to confront his indifference toward the Palestinians and to search for the deeper truths behind one of the most perplexing and debated conflicts in the world.

Along the way, he discovers the painful struggles of Jews, Muslims and Christians on both sides of the conflict. The result is an enlightening journey that exposes viewers to perspectives rarely seen in the media, and a challenge to a man’s heart to love his enemy.

Gain

God’s heart for Jews and Arabs in the Holy Land

Learn

the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Discern

the truth from the propaganda

Stand

with people who are taking real risks for peace

Official Trailer

WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING

In our world today there is an increasing number of Christians and others who have lost sight of God’s vision for the people who live in the Holy Land. They are confused about the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and don’t understand why it persists. Some are even questioning if Israel has the right to exist as a sovereign Jewish state, while others have demonized one side or the other all-together.

In May of 2016 U.S News & World Report reported:

Increasingly…millennial evangelicals say they are struggling to reconcile the land’s biblical significance with new insights gained through studying the Middle East and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Partner with us as we help the world reconcile these crucial spiritual and geopolitical issues, and discover that there is a critical perspective that many have not heard or considered—the stories of Arabs who are speaking out against the injustices their people face within the Palestinian Authority; the stories of Jews, Christians, and Muslims who are willing to speak candidly about the conflict, its origins, and the reasons it continues to this day.

These people have a voice to be heard, and the world needs to hear it.

One of the main obstacles to peace is an inability to hear the other side’s story.

Yossi Klein Halevi

If you believe in this mission, would you consider making a contribution to help us raise additional funds for marketing and distribution so that as many people as possible can see that there are courageous people on both sides of the conflict who are working together to advocate for remedies that are paving the way to a better future for all people living in the Holy Land?

There is hope in the Holy Land.

If you know where to look for it.

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