Project of Miracles

Acts of violence, mass murders, terrorist attacks, religious wars… These are the effects of deep-rooted social and spiritual issues. They are on the rise and negatively impact many people’s lives in our current age. How can we counteract these issues and their horrific effects?

We believe the scriptural answer is by Creating a Culture of Divine Love as described in Ephesians 4.1-32. Thus, we propose producing an atmosphere open to miracles.

Our Vision

We envision worldwide communities of believers who walk in the Kingdom of God and His love. They are ordinary individuals who are empowered with spiritual gifts and victorious over evil. They operate in the miraculous as evidenced through healings, signs, wonders, and miracles, today!

LoveCreating a Culture of Divine Love, Part I: Feature Film Production

The first step of this project is to produce the independent feature-length film: Miracle of Laon. Through the power of film, Part I of this project seeks to reach a large, diverse audience and compel individuals to come into the Kingdom of God on this earth (Luke 14.15-24).

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This screenplay serves as the Portfolio Project of Robin Capers in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Fine Arts through Regent University and the School of Communication & the Arts.

Title: MIRACLE OF LAON

Author: Robin Capers

Genre: Historical Drama

Logline: The fate of a young, demon-possessed woman in 16th century France lies in the hands of two individuals with opposing religious beliefs who unite to free her and, unexpectedly, free themselves in the process.

Interior of a Movie Theater

Creating a Culture of Divine Love, Part II: Film Screenings

Creating a Culture of Divine Love, Part I: Film Production is realized through Creating a Culture of Divine Love, Part II: Film Screenings. These screenings begin small and gradually increase to stadium-sized screenings held at strategic locations around the world. We will minister to audience members as led by the Holy Spirit following film screenings.

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the record for the largest attendance at a film screening to date is held by the world premiere of the documentary feature film Honor Flight (2012) where 28,442 individuals attended the screening at Miller Park Stadium in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Creating a Culture of Divine Love, Part III: Apostolic Leadership Seminar Creation

The third step of this project is to create a substantive, interactive training seminar for apostolic leadership and the fivefold ministry focused on a culture of divine love. Apostle Paul to the Ephesians wrote:

I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received. . . . [from] he who gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers, to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up.” (Eph. 4.1b, 11-12)

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Creating a Culture of Divine Love, Part IV: Apostolic Leadership Seminars

Creating a Culture of Divine Love, Part III: Apostolic Leadership Seminar Creation is realized through Creating a Culture of Divine Love, Part IV: Apostolic Leadership Seminars. These interactive seminars will be broadcasted over the Internet and presented live at strategic locations. We will establish training centers around the world.

Couple Working in Homeless Shelter

Creating a Culture of Divine Love, Part V: A Charitable Foundation

Through the increase of Creating a Culture of Divine Love Parts II & IV, we will establish Creating a Culture of Divine Love, Part V: A Charitable Foundation. The purpose of this foundation is to empower lay ministers (men and women) to spread divine love while ministering to the needs of others.

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