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The Resurrection Project

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A Hollywood producer wants to make sure that he includes God in the creation of “The Resurrection,” a film that he would like to see materialize as the sequel to Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ.”

To help ensure that the project is divinely inspired during every step of the way, David Wood has not only brought together four other Christian men to co-produce the film with him, but has also assigned one of them specifically to lead the production’s prayer team.

Pastor Tim Price is the CEO of the Center for Prayer Mobilization based in Idyllwild, Calif., and has had a heart to pray for Hollywood for several years. Rather than joining past movements of Christians boycotting Hollywood films deemed inappropriate, he decided to pray.

Wood met Price a few years ago and decided that if he was going to make a change in Hollywood as a Christian producer, including the making of “The Resurrection,” he needed support from godly men.

“The overall concept of what we do is praying for God’s will to be done in Hollywood,” Price told The Christian Post. “Looking to get Hollywood back into a place where it will not only produce more godly films, but more family-orientated films. Through prayer, the moral aspect of Hollywood would change.”

Price said he feels very similarly to the way Wood does in regards to wanting to see a film made that depicts the events surrounding Jesus’ resurrection and the 40 days that followed.

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