We’ve spent a lot of time lately talking about our upcoming shoots…because production is exciting. When we martial an army of people and resources and spend 6 to 8 weeks in the gladiatorial effort of filming, it’s just flat-out thrilling. But there are other important developments going on here that just aren’t as exciting to watch or talk about. THE CHRISTMAS EXPERIENCE is well into post production, with a gorgeous score about to hit final mix. H2O is weeks away from a re-release,
and a teen version of NOT A FAN is nearing the end of post production. But perhaps the biggest thing coming down the pike is the release of our newest flagship series, GODS AT WAR.
In GODS AT WAR, longtime City on a Hill partner Kyle Ildeman hits the subject of idolatry. While it may at first glance seem to be an outdated, irrelevant issue, Kyle proposes that it’s actually the central issue. Behind whatever sin we’re struggling with, behind all the disappointment and frustration we’re living with, we usually find a false god that is winning the war for our heart. Until that god is dethroned, and Jesus is placed in his rightful place in our lives, we will never truly live. Take a look at how that plays out through Kyle’s teaching and five remarkable stories:
So it’s 2012, and we’re still talking about idolatry. What do you think? Do you think this is still a driving issue in peoples lives? Will you be using this study? Let me know in the comments below.