There’s arguably no bolder Christian missionary on the planet today than Dave Eubanks, founder of the Free Burma Rangers. Faithwire has reported repeatedly on the amazing work he, his family and teammates do on a day-to-day basis in the most dangerous places on the planet.
Here, Dave and his team are seen helping wounded flee ISIS:
Now, after more than 20 years of grueling ministry on the front lines of battle, a feature film about his life — and more importantly, about the how God is working around the world — is playing in movie theaters across America tonight and tomorrow (February 24th, February 25th).
You can find out how to see it by going to the movie’s website, www.fbrmovie.com.
Eubank spoke with CBN News about the movie, which is already winning major awards.
“God loves us so much. Everyone. Even our enemies,” Eubanks said when asked what he’d like viewers watching to know. As for advice on living life, his answer makes it evident when he has no problem proclaiming God’s name in dangerous places.
“Give yourself Holy to the Lord. Hold nothing back. Don’t settle for anything,” Eubank said. “Don’t live in the swamp of sin to your right. Don’t live in the swamp of ‘do good’ or Christian things you think you outta do but God didn’t ask you to do. Stay on that straight and fast highway where God says ‘this is what you need to do, go for it.’ There’s no caution sign. There’s no be careful there’s no be safe… it’s go.”
Working primarily in Burma, Iraq, and Syria has provided plenty of video evidence that Eubanks practices what he preaches. During the battle of Mosul, Eubanks was seen dodging bullets and carrying a young girl to safety.
The movie, according to FBR’s website, won the Justice Film Festival’s award for best feature film.
Do consider supporting this movie to help the Eubanks family and the FBR team continue doing the amazing work they do spreading God’s love throughout the world!