Thursday, December 5, 2013

The Promise: Birth of the Messiah DVD GIVEAWAY and Review

Disclaimer: I received a copy of The Promise:  Birth of the Messiah complimentary.  As always, my opinion is my own.

I recently received a perfect gift for any faithful family during this Christmas season. The Promise:  The Birth of the Messiah is a well crafted musical perfect for families with children of all ages. Perfect for a special Christmas gift or even Secret Santa gift for a friend. It is 50 minutes so a perfect length of time too. Take a peek at the official trailer:

In ancient Israel, during the days of King Herod, a young couple’s world is turned upside down when the prophecy of a long-awaited deliverer unfolds upon their lives. They must trust in God’s promise in the midst of rising challenges, and their faithfulness is rewarded as they witness the most surprising and glorious event of all human history – the promise fulfilled in the birth of the Messiah.
 It is a faithful adaptation of the birth narrative from the bible.  Straight from the Gospel of Luke, it is crafted in a sweet story and song.  This is sure to keep the whole family entertained while educating at the same time.  This beautiful production uses optical motion technology which blends standard animation with the high level performance talents of amazing ballet dancers and excellent dramatic stage actors.  The combination is breathtaking. This will be an inspiring story that your whole family will want to watch year after year!

You can get more information and keep up with all the wonderful releases from Glorious Films by following them on their social networks via Facebook, Twitter and on the official movie website. You can buy The Promise:  Birth of the Messiah on Amazon as well.  

Glorious Films is the home of high quality entertainment products created from a strong biblical worldview. The creative and technical teams are world-class and have come to from all over the globe. Their first film, The Promise, is an animated musical about the nativity story that will be released in 2013. The second film, The Prodigal, an animated musical based on the parable of the prodigal son, is in production for a Spring 2014 release.

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Kayla Rice said...

I can't wait to see the music and animations.

Jolynn_Reads said...

This will be a nice family movie.

Rebecca Beckler said...

I can't wait to see the beautiful pictures and this story with my family

Anonymous said...

My son hasn't seen an animated version of the Christmas story yet.

Maria B said...

My family would love to watch musicals!

Sindy Murray said...

I think the animated version will be better for my kids at least more entertaining! My daughter likes to learn about God!

Rebecca Xavier said...

I want to hear the songs.

Aimee Cutler said...

I'd like to show my kids the message of the movie :)