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  • Warped Tour Video Update

    Throughout Warped Tour, we walked through the crowds with a camera  and asked questions.

    None of these are edited: the language and some of the images are rough in places. But we think they are a good insider view on how this generation thinks, views God, each other and life in general.

    Sarah Gunther was our “reporter at large,” she herself a rape victim at 16, multiple suicide attempts, and a cutter for many years.

    What does Jesus mean to you? Read more >

  • Paper Flower – Watch Here!

    Paper Flower is now available online for free!!

    Asuka and Michi are childhood friends growing up in Tokyo. When they each experience heartbreaking losses, they are forced to decide how much of themselves they are willing to give in order to find true love.

    Paper Flower – Full Movie from Toy Gun Films on Vimeo. Read more >

  • God’s Truth for Slavery

    Jacob’s Story from Unearthed on Vimeo.

    I love this mini-documentary because it expresses exactly what the heart of God’s Truth Project is, and that is this, the gospel of Jesus Christ is the hope of the world. I think that the executive director of Unearthed, Tony Anderson shows incredible insight when he says,

     

    “Even if we were to rescue every victim of sex trafficking today there is still gonna be a demand for millions and millions and millions of new slaves tomorrow.

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  • Creative Lab

    We love seeing young people using their talents for the Kingdom. The Creative Lab is an amazing example. This collaboration between OneHope and UCB has created an environment where young people can use their abilities to create print, video and design elements that are then used to tell the lost about Jesus.

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    The Creative Lab is a year in mission spent working and traveling around Europe, spreading the Gospel in a creative way.  It consists of a team of creative young people, living and working together with their gifts and talents, to develop programs and content for youth in countries all across Europe. Read more >

  • Paper Flower

    We believe that everyone has the right to receive God’s Word. God’s Word brings truth, life, hope and purpose.

    In Japan, 13% of girls participate in enjo kosai (“compensated dating”). In order to keep up with the current trends, these young girls are often required to perform sexual favors to earn money and material goods.

    In partnership with Toy Gun Films, we have produced our second short film Paper Flower for the youth of Japan. The film discusses issues such as family, sex, relationships, suicide and academic pressure.

    Read more >