Creative Evangelism

by Nancy Dunnewin , November 07, 2017

"I don't do door to door cold turkey. There has to be other ways to reach people," Mick Dunnewin of Kettle Falls, Wash. stated. "But what can I do?"

"I don't do door to door cold turkey. There has to be other ways to reach people," Mick Dunnewin of Kettle Falls, Wash. stated. "But what can I do?"

Realizing that you can reach the world today through media and technology and in an effort to find other ways to witness using his skills and passion for doing videos, Mick gathered a small team together, including Pastor Ken LeBrun and Shahbaz B. to make short evangelistic videos. Their first production is called, "Into the Looking Glass." Their second short evangelistic video is called "Easy Street?"which is at the time of this writing, nearing completion. 

Through his study of the Scriptures, Spirit of Prophecy and other writings, Mick is trying creative ways for reaching people with the truths we all hold so dear. So far the response has been very positive. Encouraged by this response, Mick and his team are inspired to create more videos on subjects such as the state of the dead, the rapture, faith and works, the Sabbath and other fundamental beliefs. 


His goal is to make feature length films that share the gospel using Biblical truth. He is also looking into making a documentary with Shahbaz on how to reach Muslims, and another documentary with Pastor Ken LeBrun on his Daniel and Revelation Series. 



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