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In an earlier, but not so distant, age the nation of Fiji groaned under the weight of superstition and socery; ancestral spirits roamed freely promising abundance, and demanding their due; tribal fighting was gruesome and frequent. Fueled by revenge and greed, violent warriors depopulated entire villages--even islands.
Today's Fiji bears no resemblance to its former self.
Highlights the dramatic transformation of Fijian society in the aftermath of the nations devastating May 2000 coup. In one of the most remarkable success stories of the modern era, the Fijian experience offers a potent reminder of what is possible when church and state come together for the well-being of society.
This 75-minute documentary covers the astonishing revival that is currently sweeping through the nation of Fiji. It is a moving and instructive testament of unprecedented Christian unity, contemporary signs and wonders, rapid church growth and genuine socio-political transformation. The breath of God has revived even the land and the sea.
Two-and-half years in the making and destilling more than 300 hours of footage, this may well be The Sentinel Group's most powerful documentary to date.
Let the Sea Resound is the inaugural documentary in a series entitled "The Moving Cloud."
As an avid researcher, Mr. Otis has authored several books including The Twilight Labyrinth, Informed Intercession and Gods Trademarks. He is also the executive producer of the award-winning documentaries Transformations, Transformations II: The Glory Spreads, The Quickening, Let the Sea Resound, and An Unconventional War.
Mr. Otis has traveled and ministered in over 100 nations of the world, and has served as a senior associate with the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization (Restricted-Access World) and co-coordinator of the United Prayer Track of the A.D. 2000 & Beyond Movement. He currently serves as an advisor to Aglow International and Lydia Fellowship. He lives near Seattle, Washington with his wife, Lisa, and their four children
It was exactly what I thought it would be. A great movie, a true story of God's goodness to all people in the world.Published on June 2, 2013 by Word and Power Ministries
This is a wonderful documentary of the Lord's working. So very encouraging in an age of calamities, upheavals, and cataclysms.Published on May 28, 2013 by Voracious Reader
As a missionary who recently came from Fiji it was great to see a film that told a little of the history. Not just what I heard from the localsPublished on February 7, 2013 by Jean Clark