In a British church known as the Jesus Army, around 400 Christians share all their possessions just like in the book of Acts. This documentary explains how such a community of goods works practically, how it affects those who are part of it and what other churches may learn from the Jesus Army when it comes to having everything in common.
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It took me two years to make Everything in Common. The quality is obviously not top-notch, but the passion and love I have for this way of living truly are! 🙂 I’m very grateful to God and to all those who helped me finish this project.
If you watch the film, I would love to get some feedback! Just comment below or contact me personally. Blessings!
Well done Micael – it’s very impressive and a bit embarrassing! Thanks and we all look forward to seeing you soon. Blessings from all your friends at Holy Treasure.
Thank you so much Huw, for participating in the film and also for the conference. Looking forward to August!
Everything in common didn’t work in the book of Acts. they were broke, no money. they needed to get money from the rest of the churches to support living. You need assets to build on.
Hi Grant! That’s a common myth: community of goods does not cause poverty, it alleviates it. The fact that Jerusalem needed money to supply for the poor 20 years later was probably caused by famine or persecution. Blessings!