2nd in a series on Christian Discipleship, Changed on the Inside explores the topic of being and making disciples of Jesus Christ from the perspective of three long-term prisoners at a state institution. Their knowledge of Scripture and realization of the forgivness that can be experienced through Jesus Christ are inspiring. If they can be and make disciples inside, why can't we do likewise on the outside?
Changed on the Inside was produced as part of the 168 Film Project competition for 2012, and recieved honors for being the Best Unlimited Documentary (produced entirely within 168 days). It was also nonimated for the Evangelista Award and premiered during the festival on March 31st at 5:10pm Pacific time in Glendale, CA.
The subjects in the film are beneficiaries of Kairos Prison Ministry International (and specifically Kairos Ohio). While this film was not commissioned by Kairos, churches or others wishing to recruit volunteers for prison ministry are welcome to use it and the companion short, Cookies Save Lives.
DVD copies of the show are available for purchase, useful for groups or congregational exhibition without access to YouTube. The DVDs include High Definition versions that can be shown using a computer, Mac or PC. The $25/disk cost includes shipping to any US address. Bulk purchase pricing is available.
This film is also on the 2012 "Best Of 168 Film Project" disk, available from www.168project.com.
Cookies Save Lives
We also asked the question, "what happens to all the cookies" that are consumed on a Kairos Prison Ministry weekend. The answer can be found here. (The "Cookies" video is also included on the release DVD.)