View some of our latest videos
Take a look at some of our current projects, including video testimonies from new believers, an online discipleship course, and short animations to explain Christian concepts. If you'd like to make use of these videos in your own ministry, please get in touch.
On Bended Knee
On Bended Knee is a series of 365 prayers from Gulf new believers to the people of the Gulf. We are producing short film clips of poetry, prose, and prayers in the Gulf dialect. These clips will provide background Muslim believers with a safe way to voice their desires for their own people and share what God has revealed to them. We have already created 52 of them and they are used by organisations and missionaries to reach people across the region.
A short video sharing a powerful story while describing the grace of God.
A short video sharing the story of a woman who learnt who a real father is through God.
Arabian Dawn is a series of video testimonies from believers in the Gulf, sharing their faith journey from Islam to Christianity. Produced in partnership with Arab World Media (www.arabworldmedia.org). Read more about our work with Muslim-background believers here.
Arabian Dawn Trailer
In His Time
Hear the story of how this Omani believer found the answers he was looking for in Jesus, and join his prayer for the people of Oman.
One man's journey
A Gulf believer describes his faith journey to Christ, which started when he met a Christian colleague.
I persecuted people
A Gulf woman describes the total transformation in her life after she started following Christ.
I Believe, But
An online discipleship series for new believers in the Gulf, to answer their burning questions about their new faith and how they can live well in a Muslim-majority society.
I Believe, But... Trailer
What does grace mean?
A Gulf believer struggles with the concept of grace, particularly in a very proud society.
This radical project clarifies misconceptions about Christianity and Christians. Through dynamic, 1-2 minute animations, Got IT takes common misconceptions that many Middle Eastern people have about Christians and Christian theology, and explains simply and clearly what Christians actually believe.
Are we pre-destined or do we have a destiny?
Are all sins the same?