In a world in which technology and communication methods are ever-changing and evolving, there’s a fascinating story about a decades-old film that continues to change lives around the globe. The movie, titled “JESUS,” is “a two-hour feature film based on the Gospel according to Luke,” that was first released in 1979. It has since been taken around the world by The Jesus Film ministry, part of Cru (formerly known as Campus Crusade for Christ).
And, remarkably, the nearly 40-year-old movie has been translated into 1,500 languages, viewed by billions and has specifically led 200 million people across the globe to become Christians — a pretty startling figure. In fact, the movie has been so rabidly translated that it was recognized by The Guinness Book of World Records in 2012 as the “Most Translated Film” in history. READ MORE