The popular streaming series that asks viewers to imagine how they would survive with their faith and freedoms intact in the wake of an unprecedented natural disaster swept the top honors for web series at last month’s Christian Film Festival. Daily Bread won Best Web Series honors and 25 additional awards at the festival, held in Newport News, Virginia. The series depicts how people from all walks of life, with all levels of faith in God and government, must search for something to hold onto when they lose their grip on everything they’ve known.

The series, produced by Renaissance Women Productions, released half of its first season last fall on popular streaming services like Roku and Amazon, as well as the series website. The remaining episodes of season one will be released next month. “We’re honored Daily Bread has been recognized for its entertainment value and quality,” creator and executive producer Nina May said. CONTINUE