This video was created as a project of exploration from the audiovisual to interpret the Scriptures in an actual way through the arts.
We used our experience in painting, drawing and photography to create a short film that offer in the present context a way to illustrate the Biblical text. The atmosphere of our church look into new ways of visualizing our relationship with Christ, this is the interaction we wanted to offer in our film.
Almost all participants and collaborators in this film are persons who know Christ, most of us are members of the same church and others came from other congregations near our city, Fraijanes, where our local temple is located in.
Creating the short film allowed us to share about the importance of using our gifts and skills for the Kingdom of God and using our faith to expand it.
Our need to wield Spiritual Armor transcends our requirement to maintain a faithful life when we fail in a worldly goal—an earthly one. The power of the strength of Christ manifests in the battles fought each day of a common man’s life.
Evidence that we wield the Armor of God is also shown in our continuing to wear the helmet of our worldly profession, to reign in the routine and dangers in which we encounter in day-to-day life (Ecl 10:8-9).
The Bible emphasizes that the greatest glory of God is about His having given us victory over death and not just in carnal and sinful things
(Eph 2:5-7). Man is given the gift of Life despite his mortal condition.
Ephesians 6:10-20 tells us that everything provided for us by the Grace of God has been made for us a garment, allowing us to perform well not only in our religious life, but also in our mortal life. In this way, that which we once called vain and ordinary, God has called a place of victory and redemption.
Seated with Christ, as citizens of another realm, we’re destined to leave this life because it is vanishing, but while we are here on Earth, surrounded by transience, this salvation has made for us an armor that allows us to rise beyond all earthly tragedies.
A production of
CEO and project manager of Xperimenta
Andrea Letona: Designer of painting mural “Eph 6.10-20” and painter. Acting.
Crystel Conde: Stencils artist for painting mural “Eph 6.10-20” and painter. Acting.
Saraí Xajil: Visualization of painting mural “Eph 6.10-20” and painter. Acting.
Ian Vasquéz: photography, and Editor design and final Edition.
Carlos Lobos: photography.
Aníbal Zapata: Music artist.
Romeo Aguilar: Bicyclist. BMX rider. Acting.
Elizabeth Hernandez: Acting.
Diego Palma: Acting.
Ledy Cortez: Acting.
Francisco Basilio: Acting.
Britny Chajón: Acting.
Daniel Hernandez: Acting.
Sofía González: Acting.
Eddyn Osorio: Facilitator of permissions and scenario.
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