That Which Costs, a New Short Christian Film
MURRIETA, Calif., May 21, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ — THAT WHICH COSTS is a short christian film, 24 minutes in length, that was produced by Calvary Chapel Bible College students and staff. The goal of the film was to give our students an opportunity to use the skills they learned in their video ministry class. The film will be entered in short film contests in the coming months.
Judd is a 14 year old boy who has just moved to town. Having a broken past, he comes to grips with the pressure to find his place. Judd is faced with the choice to blend with the status quo or face the cost that comes with doing what’s right.
HOST A FREE SHOWING:
Churches, home groups and youth groups can host a free showing of the film starting today. The film is perfect to use for an outreach or illustration of the cost of being a Christian in today’s world. Visit ThatWhichCosts.com for details on showing this short film to your group and to watch now online. Printable movie posters are available to download for local advertising. The short length of the film allows for it to be followed by a gospel invitation or encouraging sermon. Ideas for the post movie sermon topic are available on the movie website to review.
CALVARY CHAPEL BIBLE COLLEGE:
CCBC is a two-year christian college located on a beautiful 46 acre campus in Murrieta, California whose goal is to help students to know God and be equipped to serve Him. With 45 classes offered each semester there are opportunities to study for pastoral leadership, christian counseling, worship leadership, apologetics, missionary work and evangelism. Watch a short 5 minute video describing the campus at vimeo.com/61850049.
At, $3,500 / semester CCBC is an affordable option for a christian education. That cost includes: tuition, housing, food, textbooks, Logos Bible Study Software and much more, all for much less than a typical two-year community college program. Visit www.CCBC.info to learn more or watch the “day in the life of” video here: vimeo.com/81629629
For those unable to attend in person they offer a complete two-year distance learning program. Details for the external studies program are available at www.CCBC.info/distance.