We can live out our faith in many different ways, doing our best to spread the love of Christ through film, music, writings, theater, art, quiet conversations, large conventions, acts of kindness and fundraising efforts. I invite you to watch our short films. May they touch you, inspire you and motivate you to be the best person you can be!
Understanding what really happened at the Cross
God has a plan for You
Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us.
Teachers, Let Nothing Stop Us From Being Creative, We Are Raising Up the Next Generation!
“201 Boulevard” is a 20 minute, innovative, faith based, educational film. Its purpose is to introduce the Christian faith through music, facts and stories that can relate to today's youth as well as adults.
The history of “201 Boulevard” is new to the block. It is an instructional assisting tool, a tutorial training that helps, prepares and guides, aiding the teacher and/or students into a greater depth of understanding. It targets anyone looking to increase their knowledge or strengthen their faith. The series is universal in the Christian faith, based on the beliefs of the church.
Our first series began with several 14 and 15 year olds learning about their faith. “201 Boulevard’s” first launching was a red carpet fundraising event that was spearheaded by an 8th grade confirmation class in March 2009, when our students hosted the pre- miere. This event raised funds and awareness for the Midnight Run Organization which assists the homeless on New York City streets.
Third day- Sound of your voice, Rascal Flatts- My Wish, Mark Schultz - Love Has Come
Toby Mac -Lose My Soul
201 boulevard presents - Brandon Heath - Give Me Your Eyes
Teachers are not responsible for what their students know. They’re just responsible for the seeds they plant to help their students grow.
- Deanna Danielle
"I TELL YOU THE TRUTH, MANY PROPHETS AND RIGHTEOUS PEOPLE LONGED TO SEE WHAT YOU SEE, BUT THEY DIDN'T SEE IT. AND THEY LONGED TO HEAR WHAT YOU HEAR, BUT THEY DIDN'T HEAR IT."