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“Play the Flute” A NEW Christian film coming to a theater near you November 20th!

November 20 - November 30


PLEASE plan to attend with the youth in your family or church on the Opening Weekend of Nov. 20th! Covid-19 Precautions Will be Observed! Check times of shows at theaters listed at the bottom of this posting!



Play the Flute is the new movie from Rich Christiano (Time Changer, The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry, A Matter of Faith)and the story of a new Youth Pastor (Brett Varvel) who takes over an indifferent youth group to try to motivate his students to read God’s Word and get serious about their relationship with the Lord.   The film features an excellent cast including Brett Varvel, Sean Ormond, Kennedy Tucker, Clint Howard, Fred Grandy (Gopher on Love Boat) and Loretta Swit (from MASH)

Click the link below to see the Play the Flute trailer:


Play the Flute Comments

“WOW!! POWERFUL!!  That’s all I can say.  Our committee loved it.

What message.  It really moved us.  Thanks for producing such a powerful movie.”

–Pastor Dan Blank, Marietta, PA

“It was a great night.  We had 261 kids attend the showing.  Around 170 of them came forward at the end as a sign of commitment or re-commitment to Christ.
I had lots of comments on the movie.  All were very positive.  The whole night was a huge success.  It is truly a life changing movie.”
–Chris Roth, Youth Pastor Lamar, MO

“You and the team did a fabulous job on this movie.  It really touched my heart.  All the characters were very believable.  I hope 1000’s of youth groups in America watch it.”
— Dr. Terry Mortenson, Speaker, Answer in Genesis

“I can barely type this through the tears I have right now. What a powerful film, so relevant to today’s world yet faithful to God as our rock, our Savior.
His message is timeless and eternal and you made that clear in the film.”
— Tammy, Child Evangelism Area Director, Fresno, CA

“WOW!  This movie is so powerful and I really believe that it will reach the younger generation in a powerful way.  Everyone needs to see this film.  This is definitely the clearest and most concise Gospel message I have ever seen in any Christian based film.  You knocked it out of the proverbial park with this one.”
— Pastor Jeff Brown,  Fort Oglethorpe, GA

“Play the Flute is fantastic.  Incredible message. Wonderful story.  Praise God for your faithfulness.”
–Paul Boge, Winnipeg Christian Film Festival

“Overwhelmed.  They absolutely loved the film.  Not a dry eye in the house.  You have struck a nerve in the body.  Great job!”
–Steve Westbrooks, Camp Director, Gainesville FL

“We just finished watching Play The Flute.  Great job!  Very touching.  Very inspirational.  Very truth-filled.  I was very impressed by the acting of everyone.
Thank you for creating a film worth watching.”
–Pastor Dan Jones, Albany, NY
“Fantastic movie! All the characters were great. You wrote a phenomenal script. God is going to use this movie to change a lot of lives.”
–Pastor Craig Mele, Joppa, MD

“LOVED “Play the Flute.” Just excellent. Loved the actors and the clear presentation of the gospel. Praying God does amazing things through your movie.”
–Bonnie, Viewer, Lake Forest, CA

“Last night in McDonough GA, we watched the most powerful film we had seen in a long time. What a movie!!!’  As a veteran youth pastor, I was just amazed.
Thank you so much for being obedient to God and blessing us with a marvelous ministry!”
–Ishmael, Viewer, Bowie, MD

“Wow! Just wow! Best ever and what talent!!!  The lead and the rest of the characters were outstanding. Powerful message.
Just wonderful all the way around and a real plot.  Really enjoyed the project a lot.”
— John Curtis, Sponsor, San Luis Obispo, CA

“I just got done watching.  Words cannot express how thankful I am for how the Lord used you and others in making this movie.  The scripting was, to me, clearly inspired
to deal with the reality of where the youth are today.  It can’t help but touch the souls of everyone who sees it.  All will go away knowing they are either playing the flute
or it is being played to them, and the consequences of both.  And the cast was gifted with profound excellence.”
–Pastor Kevin, Port Orchard, WA

“The film challenges not just young people, but all people proclaiming the name of Christ to get serious about the Word of God and their relationship with the God of the Word.
The message is powerful, provoking, and relevant to everything our nation and the church is facing today.  A must see for everyone.”
–Paul Cornelius, Executive Director, The Discovery Center, Abilene, TX


November 20
November 30




Sharon Thiel