Friday, May 18, 2012
Good and news and bad news for day. Actually a lot of news. A little over a month ago, I prayed that God would bring me closer to Him, like when I had to live day by day a few years back. Not long after praying this, I lost the house I was staying in, and my job soon after. I figured that if I had to be homeless, I’m glad it’s in Montana. I spent the next three weeks camping and living in the wilderness. I kept a journal that I would love to turn into a film. A week ago, while driving to my wilderness home at night, my car blew up (threw a rod) and that was that. I’m currently staying with a couple from my church. Anyway, just before I lost my job and the house, I launched a kickstarter campaign for “Derek” and prayed that if the Lord wanted that film made, He’d open doors for funding, and if not, he’d shut them. Well, a month later, we didn’t even come close to our goal, so that’s a pretty clear shut door.
Ever since the premiere and DVD release of “Leap: Rise of the Beast”, people keep asking me what I’m doing next. When I told them about “Derek” and how cool it was, all they’d say is “Yeah, but what about Leap 3?” So, seeing that’s what people want, that’s what we’re doing. I started writing the script last night, I also designed the logo and a poster. The film opens about a week after ROTB ends and the very first shot is an explosion. Go big or go home, right? As for the message of the film, ROTB introduced the concept of the Vatican being the beast and touched on the Sabbath vs Sunday issue and it’s importance to the mark. “Leap: Revelation” will explore why the Sabbath is so important and why it still applies, especially in the end days. Of course, my main mission is still the same-get people to actually read their Bibles and study for themselves.