Hear the Gospel Word-for-Word in The Gospel of Mark

I’m so excited about the new movie, THE GOSPEL OF MARK because it is the first-ever word-for-word, unedited movie adaption. This movie is based entirely on the unedited, unabridged New Testament Gospels! It was the perfect way for my family to reflect and get our hearts and minds off of the Easter bunny and on to the reason for the Easter season – Christ’s death on the cross and Resurrection. My kids are ages 10 and 12 and both enjoyed seeing the Holy Bible come to life – as did I.

Just in time for Easter,  THE GOSPEL OF MARK is available at Walmart and online for gift-giving, Easter baskets, and family movie night. What better way to celebrate Easter than seeing the Gospels come to life on your television with your family and friends?


THE GOSPEL OF MARK is narrated using the Gospels as its script. It was shot in Morrocco with theologians and biblical scholars direction. THE GOSPEL OF MARK is about Jesus, the heroic man of action, an exorcist, healer, and miracle work – the Son of God who keeps his identity secret. This unforgettable movie authentically retells the story of Jesus, ending with the empty tomb with the instructions of Jesus to spread the good news of the resurrection.

THE GOSPEL OF MARK is an easy evangelism tool to reach unsaved loved ones this Easter season when unbelievers are more open to hearing the gospel. Use this DVD as a tool for you to spread the good news of His resurrection with your family and friends.

Buy THE GOSPEL OF MARK at your local Walmart or you can rent or buy it on Amazon.com.

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