Jesus Film and Paul Eshleman

Dr. Paul Eshleman directed the most watched movie in the world  – “Jesus”  – which is now in 1112 languages and has been seen by a ridiculously large number of people. I just had a nice chat with Dr. Eshleman as part of an interview for Outreach Magazine that will come out in the Jan-Feb issue next year.

I asked him if he would do anything differently with the Jesus Film project, what that would be. He said he would have given more attention to “planting churches along the way.”


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.


  • Pat Murdock says:

    Great time with you and Paul E this morning. Please forward your email address, as I would enjoy staying connected and have a few additional questions. Blessings!

  • Andrew says:

    Great to meet you Pat. email is tallskinnykiwi at gmail dot com. thanks for your help.

  • Jay Weaver says:

    Thanks Andrew for sharing that CPing observation by PaulE. Love it…that’s the truth! Of course, J-Film Project has planted more in some places W/O trying than the rest of use did while TRYING.
    Tnx for the skinny on the Capetown access pxs too; helps me understand from afar.

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