Cru Aims to Share Jesus with 1 Million using #FallingPlates

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#FallingPlates is a four minute film about life, death and love. 400 thousand have already viewed Falling Plates on YouTube.

Falling Plates

“Falling Plates shows what’s so good about Good Friday,” explains Executive Producer Howard Crutsinger.

Cru aims to share Jesus with a million people on Good Friday and Easter Sunday using #FallingPlates. The four minute film about life, death and love uses stunning images and special effects to capture the central theme of The Bible.

“Falling Plates shows what’s so good about Good Friday,” explains Executive Producer Howard Crutsinger. “We’re asking people to use social media and blogs to share links to #FallingPlates on YouTube so that a million people have a chance to meet Jesus on Good Friday!”

The film shows how life may begin happy and content as God created it to be. Suddenly shattered, life leaves men and women broken, drowning, stained, burned and desperate. Into that pain, God the creator, who desires a true relationship with each person, proves his love to restore individuals and humanity.

Falling Plates on YouTube is now close-captioned in more than forty languages and dialects. Crutsinger receives requests daily from around the world for full translations of the film.

Cru created a website at FallingPlates.com/Share with instructions and samples to make it easier for people to share their faith in Jesus using Falling Plates. An international organization, Cru is committed to sharing God's offer of love and forgiveness to people everywhere.

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