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You can play a supporting role in introducing the world to Jesus through The Chosen.

Reaching a billion people with the authentic jesus

REACHING A BILLION PEOPLE

With the Authentic Jesus

You can play a supporting role in introducing the world to Jesus through The Chosen.

COME & SEE...

Our mission is to:

Make all 7 seasons of The Chosen globally available

Translate the entire series into 600 languages

Keep all 7 seasons free to watch – anywhere, at any time

We’re on a mission to ensure that all 7 seasons of The Chosen are globally distributed, translated into 600 languages, and free for all. From Michigan to Madagascar, people are encountering Jesus through The Chosen, leaving them not what they were. Join us in inviting a billion people to find and follow Jesus.

Philip found Nathanael and told him, “We have found the one Moses wrote about in the Law, and about whom the prophets also wrote—Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph.” “Nazareth! Can anything good come from there?” Nathanael asked. Philip said,
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John 1:45-46

the great commission

"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you."
Matthew 28:19-20a

Stories from around the world

The Chosen has brought the Bible to life for millions. If the show has had an impact on your life, will you share your story?

We had never experienced anything quite like it before. I found The Chosen to be a powerful tool for introducing others to the authentic Jesus of the Bible.
I stumbled upon The Chosen through a social media ad and decided to give the first episode of the first season a shot. I was so moved that I immediately shared it with my husband and everyone we knew. The high-quality production, especially the writing, captivated us from the get-go. We had never experienced anything quite like it before. I found The Chosen to be a powerful tool for introducing others to the authentic Jesus of the Bible. It sparked a desire in many to delve deeper into the Bible and seek Him further. We quickly became die-hard fans, supporting The Chosen through financial contributions and by purchasing merchandise that we proudly wear and gift to others. The ripple effect of our enthusiasm has been remarkable. We've witnessed a surge of excitement and conversations about Jesus and these incredible stories within our circle of friends, at our church (which has even screened The Chosen on the big screen), and in my small group. It's astounding how many doors and opportunities open up when we wear The Chosen merchandise, providing us with a chance to share Jesus with others. We're committed to continuing our support for this project and eagerly anticipate any future endeavors.

Dorothy

's story

Dorothy

's story

I stumbled upon The Chosen through a social media ad and decided to give the first episode of the first season a shot. I was so moved that I immediately shared it with my husband and everyone we knew. The high-quality production, especially the writing, captivated us from the get-go. We had never experienced anything quite like it before. I found The Chosen to be a powerful tool for introducing others to the authentic Jesus of the Bible. It sparked a desire in many to delve deeper into the Bible and seek Him further. We quickly became die-hard fans, supporting The Chosen through financial contributions and by purchasing merchandise that we proudly wear and gift to others. The ripple effect of our enthusiasm has been remarkable. We've witnessed a surge of excitement and conversations about Jesus and these incredible stories within our circle of friends, at our church (which has even screened The Chosen on the big screen), and in my small group. It's astounding how many doors and opportunities open up when we wear The Chosen merchandise, providing us with a chance to share Jesus with others. We're committed to continuing our support for this project and eagerly anticipate any future endeavors.
We had never experienced anything quite like it before. I found The Chosen to be a powerful tool for introducing others to the authentic Jesus of the Bible.
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I'm grateful to have the opportunity to help share the Jesus that I love with others! I view this as an evangelistic outreach and my small part helps the bigger picture of saving souls.

George

's story

George

's story

I'm grateful to have the opportunity to help share the Jesus that I love with others! I view this as an evangelistic outreach and my small part helps the bigger picture of saving souls.
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In my 80 years, I've never felt such enthusiasm for Christ and the Bible as I have in these past few months, thanks to The Chosen.
I was born into my faith, and over time, I've grown within it, slowly but surely. I've been fortunate to experience God's grace in profound ways, which has deepened my love, devotion, and understanding of Him. Less than a year ago, I stumbled upon The Chosen and decided to give it a shot. From the first episode of the first season, I was captivated. I devoured all three seasons in just three days. The joy and love for Christ, Scripture, and our shared history that this show has sparked in me is beyond words. I've watched it multiple times, and I'm still discovering new details and nuances. In my 80 years, I've never felt such enthusiasm for Christ and the Bible as I have in these past few months, thanks to The Chosen. The show, along with its round table discussions, podcasts, and specials, has been a gift. I only wish I could contribute more financially to the completion of all seven seasons. If God calls me home before I get to experience them all, know that my prayers will continue. I pray that His grace will reach over a billion people through The Chosen, a healing balm for our hurting, broken world.

Eveline

's story

Eveline

's story

I was born into my faith, and over time, I've grown within it, slowly but surely. I've been fortunate to experience God's grace in profound ways, which has deepened my love, devotion, and understanding of Him. Less than a year ago, I stumbled upon The Chosen and decided to give it a shot. From the first episode of the first season, I was captivated. I devoured all three seasons in just three days. The joy and love for Christ, Scripture, and our shared history that this show has sparked in me is beyond words. I've watched it multiple times, and I'm still discovering new details and nuances. In my 80 years, I've never felt such enthusiasm for Christ and the Bible as I have in these past few months, thanks to The Chosen. The show, along with its round table discussions, podcasts, and specials, has been a gift. I only wish I could contribute more financially to the completion of all seven seasons. If God calls me home before I get to experience them all, know that my prayers will continue. I pray that His grace will reach over a billion people through The Chosen, a healing balm for our hurting, broken world.
In my 80 years, I've never felt such enthusiasm for Christ and the Bible as I have in these past few months, thanks to The Chosen.
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I believe that The Chosen is a tool being used by the Holy Spirit to proclaim the Good News of God’s Kingdom to all nations.
In 1976, as a lost young woman, I had a profound encounter with the Holy Spirit and found Jesus. Since then, I've been attuned to His presence. Watching 'The Chosen', I felt that familiar touch of the Spirit, especially when Jesus recognized Mary. I believe that The Chosen is a tool being used by the Holy Spirit to proclaim the Good News of God’s Kingdom to all nations. This is why I am a fan of The Chosen and that’s why I choose to support Come and See.

Adoración

's story

Adoración

's story

In 1976, as a lost young woman, I had a profound encounter with the Holy Spirit and found Jesus. Since then, I've been attuned to His presence. Watching 'The Chosen', I felt that familiar touch of the Spirit, especially when Jesus recognized Mary. I believe that The Chosen is a tool being used by the Holy Spirit to proclaim the Good News of God’s Kingdom to all nations. This is why I am a fan of The Chosen and that’s why I choose to support Come and See.
I believe that The Chosen is a tool being used by the Holy Spirit to proclaim the Good News of God’s Kingdom to all nations.
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The portrayal of Christ's love in the series brought great comfort to my sister and me as we watched and discussed it together (she's a huge fan as well).
From the very first episode, I knew that "The Chosen" was a unique portrayal of Jesus' life, unlike any other. Its timing was particularly ideal during the COVID pandemic, which also coincided with my mother's terminal illness. The portrayal of Christ's love in the series brought great comfort to my sister and me as we watched and discussed it together (she's a huge fan as well). Following my mother's passing, I had the funds to contribute to Pay it Forward initiatives. When the Come and See Foundation was established, I seized the opportunity to support this remarkable project, ensuring its continued success. God’s blessings to you for your wonderful work!

Alesia

's story

Alesia

's story

From the very first episode, I knew that "The Chosen" was a unique portrayal of Jesus' life, unlike any other. Its timing was particularly ideal during the COVID pandemic, which also coincided with my mother's terminal illness. The portrayal of Christ's love in the series brought great comfort to my sister and me as we watched and discussed it together (she's a huge fan as well). Following my mother's passing, I had the funds to contribute to Pay it Forward initiatives. When the Come and See Foundation was established, I seized the opportunity to support this remarkable project, ensuring its continued success. God’s blessings to you for your wonderful work!
The portrayal of Christ's love in the series brought great comfort to my sister and me as we watched and discussed it together (she's a huge fan as well).
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Watching Chosen, we were moved to tears, filled with hope. If Jesus could heal then, he can certainly heal our boy now.
My husband and I first discovered Chosen on Netflix. My husband, being a new and eager believer, was instantly captivated by its powerful message. We have two children, our four-year-old son Liam, who is non-verbal and autistic, and our three-year-old daughter, Emily. Watching the healing episode in season 3 was a profound experience for us. We were moved to tears, thinking about our son and the miracles that Jesus performed. We found ourselves filled with hope, believing that if Jesus could heal then, he can certainly heal our boy now. We live on a low income and times have been tough, especially with my husband being out of work. But we felt so blessed by the show that we wanted to contribute in whatever small way we could. Thank you for sharing the miracles of Jesus with the world in such a powerful and spirit-inspired way. Your work is truly a blessing. Keep up the great work!

Allie

's story

Allie

's story

My husband and I first discovered Chosen on Netflix. My husband, being a new and eager believer, was instantly captivated by its powerful message. We have two children, our four-year-old son Liam, who is non-verbal and autistic, and our three-year-old daughter, Emily. Watching the healing episode in season 3 was a profound experience for us. We were moved to tears, thinking about our son and the miracles that Jesus performed. We found ourselves filled with hope, believing that if Jesus could heal then, he can certainly heal our boy now. We live on a low income and times have been tough, especially with my husband being out of work. But we felt so blessed by the show that we wanted to contribute in whatever small way we could. Thank you for sharing the miracles of Jesus with the world in such a powerful and spirit-inspired way. Your work is truly a blessing. Keep up the great work!
Watching Chosen, we were moved to tears, filled with hope. If Jesus could heal then, he can certainly heal our boy now.
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We see 'The Chosen' as a ministry with a reach beyond our own, and we're honored to support its mission. We offer our 'loaves and fishes', trusting God to magnify the impact.
We began 'The Chosen' in 2020, and while the initial episodes were engaging, it was the latter half of season one that truly captivated us. The moment Jesus calls Matthew was profoundly moving, bringing us all to tears. Inspired, we chose to contribute, hoping others might feel as deeply as we did. Our love for the show has only grown deeper since then. We appreciate how it brings the gospels to life in a real, meaningful, and relatable way. We see 'The Chosen' as a ministry with a reach beyond our own, and we're honored to support its mission. We offer our 'loaves and fishes', trusting God to magnify the impact.

Brent

's story

Brent

's story

We began 'The Chosen' in 2020, and while the initial episodes were engaging, it was the latter half of season one that truly captivated us. The moment Jesus calls Matthew was profoundly moving, bringing us all to tears. Inspired, we chose to contribute, hoping others might feel as deeply as we did. Our love for the show has only grown deeper since then. We appreciate how it brings the gospels to life in a real, meaningful, and relatable way. We see 'The Chosen' as a ministry with a reach beyond our own, and we're honored to support its mission. We offer our 'loaves and fishes', trusting God to magnify the impact.
We see 'The Chosen' as a ministry with a reach beyond our own, and we're honored to support its mission. We offer our 'loaves and fishes', trusting God to magnify the impact.
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The portrayal of Jesus' grace and power deeply moved me. While my heart still mourns, I find peace in scripture and Jesus' sacrifices. 'The Chosen' beautifully depicts Jesus and all characters, and I'm grateful for its role in my healing journey.
I always felt close to God and Jesus, but it was the tragic loss of my daughter, Autumn, that truly tested my faith. For a year, I felt lost and broken. A friend advised me to "surrender" to the Lord. At first, I resisted, feeling I had lost enough. But as I delved deeper into scripture and prayer, I realized my faith was my strength. It helped me heal and reconnect with my soul. Around this time, I started watching 'The Chosen'. The portrayal of Jesus' grace and power deeply moved me. While my heart still mourns, I find peace in scripture and Jesus' sacrifices. 'The Chosen' beautifully depicts Jesus and all characters, and I'm grateful for its role in my healing journey. Thank you for being a part of my story. God Bless.

Barbara

's story

Barbara

's story

I always felt close to God and Jesus, but it was the tragic loss of my daughter, Autumn, that truly tested my faith. For a year, I felt lost and broken. A friend advised me to "surrender" to the Lord. At first, I resisted, feeling I had lost enough. But as I delved deeper into scripture and prayer, I realized my faith was my strength. It helped me heal and reconnect with my soul. Around this time, I started watching 'The Chosen'. The portrayal of Jesus' grace and power deeply moved me. While my heart still mourns, I find peace in scripture and Jesus' sacrifices. 'The Chosen' beautifully depicts Jesus and all characters, and I'm grateful for its role in my healing journey. Thank you for being a part of my story. God Bless.
The portrayal of Jesus' grace and power deeply moved me. While my heart still mourns, I find peace in scripture and Jesus' sacrifices. 'The Chosen' beautifully depicts Jesus and all characters, and I'm grateful for its role in my healing journey.
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In 2022, I began a relationship and unintentionally shifted my focus from God to her. After unknowingly upsetting her, she distanced herself, and that really brought me down. I felt like there was a great storm around me and I was all alone. Watching 'The Chosen', I deeply related to Peter in the episode where Jesus walks on water. Peter's confusion, anger, and his plea, "hold me Lord," as he began to sink, mirrored my emotions. It reminded me that, even in my lowest moments, Jesus never lets go. God is using The Chosen, and it's clear! He's used it in my life and will use it in many others!

Derek

's story

Derek

's story

In 2022, I began a relationship and unintentionally shifted my focus from God to her. After unknowingly upsetting her, she distanced herself, and that really brought me down. I felt like there was a great storm around me and I was all alone. Watching 'The Chosen', I deeply related to Peter in the episode where Jesus walks on water. Peter's confusion, anger, and his plea, "hold me Lord," as he began to sink, mirrored my emotions. It reminded me that, even in my lowest moments, Jesus never lets go. God is using The Chosen, and it's clear! He's used it in my life and will use it in many others!
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The Chosen brought me closer to the authentic Jesus than any other depiction ever has. It ignited a passion within me to spread this series throughout the world.
I've spent my entire life as a Christian, consuming every portrayal of Christ in film and television that I could find. Yet, it wasn't until I watched "The Chosen" that I felt a profound connection to the authentic Jesus. From the very first episode, when Jesus called upon Mary Magdalene, I was hooked. I knew this was something special, something different. The series ignited a passion within me, a dedication and determination that I had never felt before. I was compelled to treat it with a reverence that was new to me. I wanted to see this series reach every corner of the world, just like the shepherd boy in the first episode who declared the birth of Jesus, insisting that people must know. From that moment on, I was all in, and I've remained so ever since. "The Chosen" has had a profound impact on my life, deepening my faith and bringing me closer to the Jesus I've always sought to know.

John

's story

John

's story

I've spent my entire life as a Christian, consuming every portrayal of Christ in film and television that I could find. Yet, it wasn't until I watched "The Chosen" that I felt a profound connection to the authentic Jesus. From the very first episode, when Jesus called upon Mary Magdalene, I was hooked. I knew this was something special, something different. The series ignited a passion within me, a dedication and determination that I had never felt before. I was compelled to treat it with a reverence that was new to me. I wanted to see this series reach every corner of the world, just like the shepherd boy in the first episode who declared the birth of Jesus, insisting that people must know. From that moment on, I was all in, and I've remained so ever since. "The Chosen" has had a profound impact on my life, deepening my faith and bringing me closer to the Jesus I've always sought to know.
The Chosen brought me closer to the authentic Jesus than any other depiction ever has. It ignited a passion within me to spread this series throughout the world.
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The Chosen brought Jesus into my living room, and I fell in love with Him all over again.
When I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, my life took a drastic turn. I was put on prednisone, a medication that weakened my immune system. This meant that during the pandemic, I had to isolate myself at home. It was during this challenging period that I discovered The Chosen. It felt like a divine intervention, a beacon of hope in a time of despair. My husband and I found solace in every live stream and episode. It was a source of comfort during a particularly rough season of my life. I've been a Christian since childhood, but The Chosen allowed me to experience Jesus in a new and profound way. It was as if I was falling in love with Him all over again. My heart's desire is for everyone to experience the incredible love and redeeming grace of Jesus. I am immensely grateful for The Chosen, for bringing Jesus closer to us in such a unique way. It's like a picture of Jesus, vivid and real, right in our living room.

Joy

's story

Joy

's story

When I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, my life took a drastic turn. I was put on prednisone, a medication that weakened my immune system. This meant that during the pandemic, I had to isolate myself at home. It was during this challenging period that I discovered The Chosen. It felt like a divine intervention, a beacon of hope in a time of despair. My husband and I found solace in every live stream and episode. It was a source of comfort during a particularly rough season of my life. I've been a Christian since childhood, but The Chosen allowed me to experience Jesus in a new and profound way. It was as if I was falling in love with Him all over again. My heart's desire is for everyone to experience the incredible love and redeeming grace of Jesus. I am immensely grateful for The Chosen, for bringing Jesus closer to us in such a unique way. It's like a picture of Jesus, vivid and real, right in our living room.
The Chosen brought Jesus into my living room, and I fell in love with Him all over again.
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The Chosen has done an exceptional job of presenting a holistic view of Jesus, the only one truly worth following.
As someone who has dedicated their life to studying the Bible and teaching adults for over four decades, I've found that the series, Chosen, truly captures the essence of the Messiah. Every Sunday afternoon, we gather as a church family to watch this series, and the insightful questions it sparks are truly remarkable. This portrayal of Jesus is something that needs to be seen by as many people as possible. In American churches, our preaching has often been skewed, focusing on one aspect of the Savior over others. But we're called to follow Jesus as he is, not a version we've created for ourselves. To do otherwise is simply idolatry. The Chosen has done an exceptional job of presenting a holistic view of Jesus, the only one truly worth following. It's a series that strikes at the heart of what it means to be a follower of Christ, challenging us to see beyond our preconceptions and embrace the full measure of the Messiah.

Jeff

's story

Jeff

's story

As someone who has dedicated their life to studying the Bible and teaching adults for over four decades, I've found that the series, Chosen, truly captures the essence of the Messiah. Every Sunday afternoon, we gather as a church family to watch this series, and the insightful questions it sparks are truly remarkable. This portrayal of Jesus is something that needs to be seen by as many people as possible. In American churches, our preaching has often been skewed, focusing on one aspect of the Savior over others. But we're called to follow Jesus as he is, not a version we've created for ourselves. To do otherwise is simply idolatry. The Chosen has done an exceptional job of presenting a holistic view of Jesus, the only one truly worth following. It's a series that strikes at the heart of what it means to be a follower of Christ, challenging us to see beyond our preconceptions and embrace the full measure of the Messiah.
The Chosen has done an exceptional job of presenting a holistic view of Jesus, the only one truly worth following.
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'The Chosen' brought me hope and a sense of God's love during my darkest hours. I'm profoundly grateful for it.
I'm a hospital chaplain and, despite my passion for the job, chaplaincy during COVID was heart-wrenching, with people passing away isolated from their families. I felt overwhelmed until, on one Sunday, three individuals recommended 'The Chosen'. I watched the first three episodes that very night and now view one daily. 'The Chosen' brought me hope and a sense of God's love during my darkest hours. I'm profoundly grateful for it. Thank you!

Josie

's story

Josie

's story

I'm a hospital chaplain and, despite my passion for the job, chaplaincy during COVID was heart-wrenching, with people passing away isolated from their families. I felt overwhelmed until, on one Sunday, three individuals recommended 'The Chosen'. I watched the first three episodes that very night and now view one daily. 'The Chosen' brought me hope and a sense of God's love during my darkest hours. I'm profoundly grateful for it. Thank you!
'The Chosen' brought me hope and a sense of God's love during my darkest hours. I'm profoundly grateful for it.
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The Chosen made Jesus and the Bible a lot more relatable to me, and my relationship with God Bible study especially) is so much better for it.
I am a screenwriter and filmmaker by profession. At the start of my career, I attended a screenwriting workshop pioneered by a mentor who is also a Christian. The Chosen (season one at the time) was used as a case study on storytelling peculiarities in comparison to other Bible-adapted film and TV projects. The first thing that struck me was the poster - a photo of Jesus (Jonathan Roumie) smiling. I'm not sure why, but I had never imagined before then that Jesus was someone who smiled. I also hadn't seen anything like that in any of the other Bible-adapted productions I'd watched. I knew Jesus was 100% human on earth, but seeing that photo made me realize I hadn't really understood what it meant. It also made me realize that I had placed God in this cordial place of rulership, and there was a whole other dimension of a relationship that I hadn't come in contact with. All of this from a poster. I was hooked already, even before I saw a single episode. Episode one was the cherry on top, and I've followed every episode and season since then. I think my friends and colleagues are probably tired of hearing me talk about the show. The Chosen made Jesus and the Bible a lot more relatable to me, and my relationship with God Bible study especially) is so much better for it. Thank you.

Jane

's story

Jane

's story

I am a screenwriter and filmmaker by profession. At the start of my career, I attended a screenwriting workshop pioneered by a mentor who is also a Christian. The Chosen (season one at the time) was used as a case study on storytelling peculiarities in comparison to other Bible-adapted film and TV projects. The first thing that struck me was the poster - a photo of Jesus (Jonathan Roumie) smiling. I'm not sure why, but I had never imagined before then that Jesus was someone who smiled. I also hadn't seen anything like that in any of the other Bible-adapted productions I'd watched. I knew Jesus was 100% human on earth, but seeing that photo made me realize I hadn't really understood what it meant. It also made me realize that I had placed God in this cordial place of rulership, and there was a whole other dimension of a relationship that I hadn't come in contact with. All of this from a poster. I was hooked already, even before I saw a single episode. Episode one was the cherry on top, and I've followed every episode and season since then. I think my friends and colleagues are probably tired of hearing me talk about the show. The Chosen made Jesus and the Bible a lot more relatable to me, and my relationship with God Bible study especially) is so much better for it. Thank you.
The Chosen made Jesus and the Bible a lot more relatable to me, and my relationship with God Bible study especially) is so much better for it.
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While we can't donate much, our shirts have inspired conversations and encouraged others to explore the series.
At 80, I've always felt Christian, but 'The Chosen', recommended by my family, filled a void. My husband and I are captivated, having watched all three seasons multiple times and eagerly await the next. The Round Tables and other extras enrich our understanding, making biblical stories more tangible. Our merchandise from 'The Chosen' store has effortlessly sparked conversations about faith. While we can't donate much, our shirts have inspired conversations and encouraged others to explore the series. Keep up the incredible work!

Jean

's story

Jean

's story

At 80, I've always felt Christian, but 'The Chosen', recommended by my family, filled a void. My husband and I are captivated, having watched all three seasons multiple times and eagerly await the next. The Round Tables and other extras enrich our understanding, making biblical stories more tangible. Our merchandise from 'The Chosen' store has effortlessly sparked conversations about faith. While we can't donate much, our shirts have inspired conversations and encouraged others to explore the series. Keep up the incredible work!
While we can't donate much, our shirts have inspired conversations and encouraged others to explore the series.
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Saying "Thanks" to The Chosen doesn't adequately express the depth of my gratitude for the series. It served as the catalyst I needed to continue on my path of healing, bringing me to where I am today.
My husband, Joe, passed away in June of 2022 after a long battle with cancer. We were married for 35 and a half years and ran our own business before retiring. Throughout our marriage, we were inseparable, spending every day together. In 2000, Joe was diagnosed with his first cancer, and over the years, he faced a total of 10 different cancers. One of the most challenging battles was against stage 4 metastatic lung cancer in 2015, which he fought with immunotherapy and successfully overcame. However, his last cancer was MDS, an incurable blood cancer, and he also had Congestive Heart Failure. Despite all the health challenges, Joe never gave up. In addition to the cancers, he endured three heart attacks, bleeding ulcers, and Heart Bypass Surgery in the final six years of his life. Every day, for 22 years, he fought with unwavering determination, becoming an inspiration to many. When asked about how he felt, Joe would always respond, "Better than yesterday but not as good as tomorrow." This simple statement reflects the strength and positive attitude he carried with him each day. Fast forward to December of last year, six months after Joe's passing. Usually, during Christmas time, I enjoy watching all the festive shows and movies. However, last year, I wasn't in the right frame of mind to do so. A friend recommended The Chosen to me, and I decided to give it a try. Every evening, I would watch an episode, and it brought me immense comfort. Going to bed each night, I felt a renewed sense of strength. The Chosen became a turning point for me in my healing journey. Earlier this year, during a Bible study, I told a friend who hadn't watched The Chosen yet, "You will LOVE Jesus...Well, of course, we already LOVE Jesus, but you will understand what I mean when you watch the series." My faith has been my anchor throughout the past 22 years and the challenging year following Joe's passing. The Chosen has also sparked a newfound interest in learning more about the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible. I have already watched all three seasons three times, and I plan to start watching it again soon. Each time I watch, I discover something new that I hadn't noticed before. Saying "Thanks" to The Chosen doesn't adequately express the depth of my gratitude for the series. It served as the catalyst I needed to continue on my path of healing, bringing me to where I am today. In this picture taken in April 2022, Joe's spirit for life shines through, capturing his resilience and strength.

Janet

's story

Janet

's story

My husband, Joe, passed away in June of 2022 after a long battle with cancer. We were married for 35 and a half years and ran our own business before retiring. Throughout our marriage, we were inseparable, spending every day together. In 2000, Joe was diagnosed with his first cancer, and over the years, he faced a total of 10 different cancers. One of the most challenging battles was against stage 4 metastatic lung cancer in 2015, which he fought with immunotherapy and successfully overcame. However, his last cancer was MDS, an incurable blood cancer, and he also had Congestive Heart Failure. Despite all the health challenges, Joe never gave up. In addition to the cancers, he endured three heart attacks, bleeding ulcers, and Heart Bypass Surgery in the final six years of his life. Every day, for 22 years, he fought with unwavering determination, becoming an inspiration to many. When asked about how he felt, Joe would always respond, "Better than yesterday but not as good as tomorrow." This simple statement reflects the strength and positive attitude he carried with him each day. Fast forward to December of last year, six months after Joe's passing. Usually, during Christmas time, I enjoy watching all the festive shows and movies. However, last year, I wasn't in the right frame of mind to do so. A friend recommended The Chosen to me, and I decided to give it a try. Every evening, I would watch an episode, and it brought me immense comfort. Going to bed each night, I felt a renewed sense of strength. The Chosen became a turning point for me in my healing journey. Earlier this year, during a Bible study, I told a friend who hadn't watched The Chosen yet, "You will LOVE Jesus...Well, of course, we already LOVE Jesus, but you will understand what I mean when you watch the series." My faith has been my anchor throughout the past 22 years and the challenging year following Joe's passing. The Chosen has also sparked a newfound interest in learning more about the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible. I have already watched all three seasons three times, and I plan to start watching it again soon. Each time I watch, I discover something new that I hadn't noticed before. Saying "Thanks" to The Chosen doesn't adequately express the depth of my gratitude for the series. It served as the catalyst I needed to continue on my path of healing, bringing me to where I am today. In this picture taken in April 2022, Joe's spirit for life shines through, capturing his resilience and strength.
Saying "Thanks" to The Chosen doesn't adequately express the depth of my gratitude for the series. It served as the catalyst I needed to continue on my path of healing, bringing me to where I am today.
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It's as if I used to read the Bible in black and white, but now it's vivid with color.
For 40 years, I've tried to follow Jesus. Though I identify with Peter's fiery temperament, the other figures always felt distant to me. However, when I watched the miracle of the fish, I felt like I was there, experiencing it all. That moment transformed my understanding and drew me closer to Jesus and other Bible stories. It's as if I used to read the Bible in black and white, but now it's vivid with color.

Joanne

's story

Joanne

's story

For 40 years, I've tried to follow Jesus. Though I identify with Peter's fiery temperament, the other figures always felt distant to me. However, when I watched the miracle of the fish, I felt like I was there, experiencing it all. That moment transformed my understanding and drew me closer to Jesus and other Bible stories. It's as if I used to read the Bible in black and white, but now it's vivid with color.
It's as if I used to read the Bible in black and white, but now it's vivid with color.
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To know Jesus is there for us, even when we're at the end of our rope, continues to amaze me. The Chosen has been a wonderful part of my new life as a Christian.
I grew up Catholic, but my connection with God was never strong. Life always took precedence. However, a series of events completely changed that. First, I lost my dad, which was incredibly difficult. Then, a year and a half later, my mom was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. It was unbelievable and devastating. The doctors gave her three months to live, but she managed to survive for five and a half years. Those years were incredibly tough to witness. She suffered immensely. During that time, I was also dealing with my youngest child's battle with an eating disorder. It was so severe that we had to send her out of state for treatment. Meanwhile, both my daughter and I were diagnosed with the same genetic disease that took my father's life: Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. On top of that, I was diagnosed with Polyposis, which means I have a high risk of developing certain cancers. Needless to say, I was completely overwhelmed. Fast forward to St. Patrick's Day 2022, when I lost my brave mother. Just as she passed away, my daughter returned home from the treatment center, supposedly cured of her bulimia. However, a few weeks later, she overdosed on alcohol and ended up in the ICU for four days. Although her bulimia was cured, her anxiety and major depression were left unaddressed. Thankfully, she survived without any brain damage. My husband and I dedicated ourselves to getting her the help she needed for her anxiety and depression. In August, I had to undergo surgery for another medical issue. During my recovery, lying in bed, I felt completely done. I had always been a fighter, always taking care of everyone, but I had reached my limit. It was at that moment that I heard a voice, and I knew exactly who it was. It said, "Stacey, I'm here." That was my turning point. As I recovered, hope returned to my life. For the first time in my 51 years, I started reading the Bible and actually understanding it. I felt guided to reach out to people, including my father's cousin, who has been instrumental in my spiritual journey. It was through him and his wife that I discovered the show, The Chosen. I watched the first episode featuring Mary Magdalene, and her story resonated deeply with me. To know that Jesus is there for us, even when we're at the end of our rope, continues to amaze me. I've watched The Chosen four times now. I've been baptized, started a Bible study group, and we've gone through Seasons 1 and 2 of The Chosen. We're eagerly awaiting Season 3 in September 2020. The best part is that my daughter is doing incredibly well. She's now a freshman in college, majoring in psychology to help others with eating disorders. In July, we even had the opportunity to travel to Goshen, UT, and be extras for the Season 4 Finale of The Chosen. I can't express how much I love this show and how I've been sharing it with everyone. It has truly become a wonderful part of my new life as a Christian.

Stephanie

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Stephanie

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I grew up Catholic, but my connection with God was never strong. Life always took precedence. However, a series of events completely changed that. First, I lost my dad, which was incredibly difficult. Then, a year and a half later, my mom was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. It was unbelievable and devastating. The doctors gave her three months to live, but she managed to survive for five and a half years. Those years were incredibly tough to witness. She suffered immensely. During that time, I was also dealing with my youngest child's battle with an eating disorder. It was so severe that we had to send her out of state for treatment. Meanwhile, both my daughter and I were diagnosed with the same genetic disease that took my father's life: Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. On top of that, I was diagnosed with Polyposis, which means I have a high risk of developing certain cancers. Needless to say, I was completely overwhelmed. Fast forward to St. Patrick's Day 2022, when I lost my brave mother. Just as she passed away, my daughter returned home from the treatment center, supposedly cured of her bulimia. However, a few weeks later, she overdosed on alcohol and ended up in the ICU for four days. Although her bulimia was cured, her anxiety and major depression were left unaddressed. Thankfully, she survived without any brain damage. My husband and I dedicated ourselves to getting her the help she needed for her anxiety and depression. In August, I had to undergo surgery for another medical issue. During my recovery, lying in bed, I felt completely done. I had always been a fighter, always taking care of everyone, but I had reached my limit. It was at that moment that I heard a voice, and I knew exactly who it was. It said, "Stacey, I'm here." That was my turning point. As I recovered, hope returned to my life. For the first time in my 51 years, I started reading the Bible and actually understanding it. I felt guided to reach out to people, including my father's cousin, who has been instrumental in my spiritual journey. It was through him and his wife that I discovered the show, The Chosen. I watched the first episode featuring Mary Magdalene, and her story resonated deeply with me. To know that Jesus is there for us, even when we're at the end of our rope, continues to amaze me. I've watched The Chosen four times now. I've been baptized, started a Bible study group, and we've gone through Seasons 1 and 2 of The Chosen. We're eagerly awaiting Season 3 in September 2020. The best part is that my daughter is doing incredibly well. She's now a freshman in college, majoring in psychology to help others with eating disorders. In July, we even had the opportunity to travel to Goshen, UT, and be extras for the Season 4 Finale of The Chosen. I can't express how much I love this show and how I've been sharing it with everyone. It has truly become a wonderful part of my new life as a Christian.
To know Jesus is there for us, even when we're at the end of our rope, continues to amaze me. The Chosen has been a wonderful part of my new life as a Christian.
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My 11-year-old granddaughter and I watch an episode [of The Chosen] weekly, discussing its themes. 'The Chosen' has profoundly impacted my life and enriched my family's understanding in unexpected ways.
While looking for Christmas shows for my granddaughter, I stumbled upon 'The Shepherd' pilot episode and was immediately captivated. I quickly watched the first season and eagerly awaited the next two. I've shared it with everyone, aiming to spread its message. Now, my 11-year-old granddaughter and I watch an episode weekly, discussing its themes. 'The Chosen' has profoundly impacted my life and enriched my family's understanding in unexpected ways.

Renee

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Renee

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While looking for Christmas shows for my granddaughter, I stumbled upon 'The Shepherd' pilot episode and was immediately captivated. I quickly watched the first season and eagerly awaited the next two. I've shared it with everyone, aiming to spread its message. Now, my 11-year-old granddaughter and I watch an episode weekly, discussing its themes. 'The Chosen' has profoundly impacted my life and enriched my family's understanding in unexpected ways.
My 11-year-old granddaughter and I watch an episode [of The Chosen] weekly, discussing its themes. 'The Chosen' has profoundly impacted my life and enriched my family's understanding in unexpected ways.
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The Chosen had such a profound effect on me that I wanted to be a part of this incredible production and help spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Before the first season of The Chosen, more than 4 years ago, I watched the Christmas story of The Shepperd. It had such a profound effect on me that I wanted to be a part of this incredible production and help spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I am thrilled to see every episode of The Chosen, over and over again. God bless you all! Thank You!!

Ruby

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Ruby

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Before the first season of The Chosen, more than 4 years ago, I watched the Christmas story of The Shepperd. It had such a profound effect on me that I wanted to be a part of this incredible production and help spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I am thrilled to see every episode of The Chosen, over and over again. God bless you all! Thank You!!
The Chosen had such a profound effect on me that I wanted to be a part of this incredible production and help spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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To my surprise, I was instantly hooked. My friends now joke that I could be a marketer for the show, given my newfound passion for it!
I remember hearing some actors from Chosen doing readings on the Hallow app during Christmas. I've always been skeptical about Christian shows and movies, assuming they were cheesy with poor acting. But then, both Netflix and Amazon Prime kept recommending it. So, I decided to give it a shot, just one episode. To my surprise, I was instantly hooked. My friends now joke that I could be a marketer for the show, given my newfound passion for it! I'm currently on my third round of watching it and even participating in a Bible study alongside.

Vicki

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Vicki

's story

I remember hearing some actors from Chosen doing readings on the Hallow app during Christmas. I've always been skeptical about Christian shows and movies, assuming they were cheesy with poor acting. But then, both Netflix and Amazon Prime kept recommending it. So, I decided to give it a shot, just one episode. To my surprise, I was instantly hooked. My friends now joke that I could be a marketer for the show, given my newfound passion for it! I'm currently on my third round of watching it and even participating in a Bible study alongside.
To my surprise, I was instantly hooked. My friends now joke that I could be a marketer for the show, given my newfound passion for it!
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Through The Chosen, I found a way to share the authentic Jesus with the world. It's more than a show, it's a movement I'm proud to be part of.
I first stumbled upon Chosen through Facebook ads when they were just beginning to partner up. Intrigued, I decided to invest. By the time I watched Episode 4 of Season 1, my excitement had grown, but I was skeptical about how many people I knew would actually subscribe to watch. However, when Dallas made it free on the app, I was over the moon. I couldn't help but share it with everyone I knew. I made a point of showing the "fish scene" to those I thought might be skeptical. To my surprise, they weren't. I had this one friend who I knew would spread the word faster than wildfire if I told her about it. We were both incredibly moved by the Sermon on the Mount and the Feeding of the Five Thousand. Now, I proudly wear the badge of a top fan and am committed to spreading the word about The Chosen to the world. I don't even need a tax deduction for my contributions, but I appreciate that it's an option. I wish more people would donate, even if it's just a little every month. I firmly believe that this show will lead more and more people to discover the authentic Jesus.

Barbara

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Barbara

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I first stumbled upon Chosen through Facebook ads when they were just beginning to partner up. Intrigued, I decided to invest. By the time I watched Episode 4 of Season 1, my excitement had grown, but I was skeptical about how many people I knew would actually subscribe to watch. However, when Dallas made it free on the app, I was over the moon. I couldn't help but share it with everyone I knew. I made a point of showing the "fish scene" to those I thought might be skeptical. To my surprise, they weren't. I had this one friend who I knew would spread the word faster than wildfire if I told her about it. We were both incredibly moved by the Sermon on the Mount and the Feeding of the Five Thousand. Now, I proudly wear the badge of a top fan and am committed to spreading the word about The Chosen to the world. I don't even need a tax deduction for my contributions, but I appreciate that it's an option. I wish more people would donate, even if it's just a little every month. I firmly believe that this show will lead more and more people to discover the authentic Jesus.
Through The Chosen, I found a way to share the authentic Jesus with the world. It's more than a show, it's a movement I'm proud to be part of.
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My journey is simple. I've known the Lord since I was 8 and always upheld the teachings of my parents, including tithing. However, a decade ago, when my pastor retired and sold our church, I felt a deep sense of betrayal. Our congregation was disbanded, and I felt used. My foundational church's shift towards a more inclusive approach further distanced me. Then, I discovered 'The Chosen' on Facebook. From the first episode, I was captivated. When Jesus called out to Mary of Magdala, I felt He was speaking to me, and it moved me deeply. While I haven't found a new church, I've chosen to support 'The Chosen' with my tithes. My hope is that this series transforms others, regardless of their journey.

Rachel

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Rachel

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My journey is simple. I've known the Lord since I was 8 and always upheld the teachings of my parents, including tithing. However, a decade ago, when my pastor retired and sold our church, I felt a deep sense of betrayal. Our congregation was disbanded, and I felt used. My foundational church's shift towards a more inclusive approach further distanced me. Then, I discovered 'The Chosen' on Facebook. From the first episode, I was captivated. When Jesus called out to Mary of Magdala, I felt He was speaking to me, and it moved me deeply. While I haven't found a new church, I've chosen to support 'The Chosen' with my tithes. My hope is that this series transforms others, regardless of their journey.
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The Chosen became my beacon of hope, offering a renewed perspective on life, God, and Jesus during my darkest hours.
Hello, I'm Josie, a 30-year-old woman from São Gabriel do Oeste, a city nestled in the heart of Brazil. I first encountered The Chosen in 2021, a few months after my father, my rock, succumbed to cancer. His loss left me adrift, searching for something to anchor me. That's when The Chosen came into my life. I was immediately captivated by the series, which portrayed Jesus in a way I'd never seen before - as a human, relatable and real. It was through this depiction that I began to grasp why He had called me. Fast forward to the start of this year, I found myself revisiting the three seasons of The Chosen. This was after a period of self-isolation from church and surviving two suicide attempts. Watching the series again, I found a renewed perspective on life, God, and Jesus. I won't pretend that everything is perfect now. I still grapple with depression, but I'm learning to cope, to keep moving forward. The Chosen has been a beacon of hope in my life, a testament to the power of faith. I'm grateful for the work they do. May God bless them.

Josie

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Josie

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Hello, I'm Josie, a 30-year-old woman from São Gabriel do Oeste, a city nestled in the heart of Brazil. I first encountered The Chosen in 2021, a few months after my father, my rock, succumbed to cancer. His loss left me adrift, searching for something to anchor me. That's when The Chosen came into my life. I was immediately captivated by the series, which portrayed Jesus in a way I'd never seen before - as a human, relatable and real. It was through this depiction that I began to grasp why He had called me. Fast forward to the start of this year, I found myself revisiting the three seasons of The Chosen. This was after a period of self-isolation from church and surviving two suicide attempts. Watching the series again, I found a renewed perspective on life, God, and Jesus. I won't pretend that everything is perfect now. I still grapple with depression, but I'm learning to cope, to keep moving forward. The Chosen has been a beacon of hope in my life, a testament to the power of faith. I'm grateful for the work they do. May God bless them.
The Chosen became my beacon of hope, offering a renewed perspective on life, God, and Jesus during my darkest hours.
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The Chosen brings the Bible to life and gives us a glimpse into the untold stories of its characters. It's a privilege to support this project and share the message of Jesus.
The Bible has always been a source of love and inspiration for me. I can't get enough of reading about the people and their stories. I'm always curious about what they were thinking and feeling in those pivotal moments. That's why The Chosen is perfect for me. It brings those stories to life and gives us a glimpse into the backstories of the characters. The writers do an incredible job of staying true to the Bible while weaving together different narratives. I feel privileged to support this project through donations and buying gifts. Recently, my three grandchildren and I decided to wear our Chosen t-shirts to school. It's a public school, so we knew we would get questions. And we did. But we were prepared with answers. I'm not the type to push my beliefs on others, but if someone is curious, I'm more than happy to have a conversation. My grandchildren and I were proud to promote the show and share the message of Jesus, who is the reason behind it all. I want to encourage the team behind The Chosen to keep up the amazing work. I will continue to support you financially and with my prayers. It may not be much, but every little bit counts. Just like the story of the loaves and fishes, even a small offering can make a big impact. God bless you all.

Patricia

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Patricia

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The Bible has always been a source of love and inspiration for me. I can't get enough of reading about the people and their stories. I'm always curious about what they were thinking and feeling in those pivotal moments. That's why The Chosen is perfect for me. It brings those stories to life and gives us a glimpse into the backstories of the characters. The writers do an incredible job of staying true to the Bible while weaving together different narratives. I feel privileged to support this project through donations and buying gifts. Recently, my three grandchildren and I decided to wear our Chosen t-shirts to school. It's a public school, so we knew we would get questions. And we did. But we were prepared with answers. I'm not the type to push my beliefs on others, but if someone is curious, I'm more than happy to have a conversation. My grandchildren and I were proud to promote the show and share the message of Jesus, who is the reason behind it all. I want to encourage the team behind The Chosen to keep up the amazing work. I will continue to support you financially and with my prayers. It may not be much, but every little bit counts. Just like the story of the loaves and fishes, even a small offering can make a big impact. God bless you all.
The Chosen brings the Bible to life and gives us a glimpse into the untold stories of its characters. It's a privilege to support this project and share the message of Jesus.
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Now, as a budding Christian, I appreciate how 'The Chosen' brings the Bible to life and furthers my understanding of what it all means.
Growing up, my brother and I weren't baptized or raised with a religious foundation. Yet, I always felt a pull towards spirituality. This feeling intensified when I had children, prompting me to introduce them to the Lord. A Facebook friend shared "The Shepherd" episode from 'The Chosen', which deepened my curiosity and understanding. A little nudge kept bringing me back to that video, and after a while, I decided to donate to the organization and have never looked back. Now, as a budding Christian, I appreciate how 'The Chosen' brings the Bible to life and furthers my understanding of what it all means. I'm excited to continue my journey with 'The Chosen' guiding the way.

Wendy

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Wendy

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Growing up, my brother and I weren't baptized or raised with a religious foundation. Yet, I always felt a pull towards spirituality. This feeling intensified when I had children, prompting me to introduce them to the Lord. A Facebook friend shared "The Shepherd" episode from 'The Chosen', which deepened my curiosity and understanding. A little nudge kept bringing me back to that video, and after a while, I decided to donate to the organization and have never looked back. Now, as a budding Christian, I appreciate how 'The Chosen' brings the Bible to life and furthers my understanding of what it all means. I'm excited to continue my journey with 'The Chosen' guiding the way.
Now, as a budding Christian, I appreciate how 'The Chosen' brings the Bible to life and furthers my understanding of what it all means.
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The Chosen has given me a platform to share Jesus with others, something I've always wanted to do but struggled with.
When The Chosen first came out, I watched the first season and thought it was pretty good. But that was it, and I moved on. Then, while listening to a podcast sermon, the pastor mentioned The Chosen as his favorite show about the life of Jesus that wasn't corny. He talked about a scene in episode 4 where Jesus told Peter to "get used to different." I couldn't remember that scene, so I went back to re-watch episode 4. I watched it multiple times but couldn't find that specific scene. It must have been in a different episode. So, I started from the beginning with episode 1 and re-watched the whole season. This time, something amazing happened. With each episode, I noticed more and more of the beauty and intricacies of the story, and it really touched my heart. Finally, at the very end of episode 7, I found the "get used to different" scene. By then, I had watched every episode three or four times, searching for that one line that caught my attention. It felt like God was trying to get my attention. Since then, I've been fully invested in The Chosen. I support it financially, share it with as many people as I can, and have been fortunate enough to participate in extra opportunities in Texas and Utah. I've watched every live stream and special that has been created. My life has already been incredibly blessed, but The Chosen has given me a platform to share Jesus with others, something I've always wanted to do but struggled with. I'm grateful for what has been accomplished so far and excited for the impact it will continue to have worldwide. I'm proud to be a small part of this amazing effort.

Todd

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Todd

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When The Chosen first came out, I watched the first season and thought it was pretty good. But that was it, and I moved on. Then, while listening to a podcast sermon, the pastor mentioned The Chosen as his favorite show about the life of Jesus that wasn't corny. He talked about a scene in episode 4 where Jesus told Peter to "get used to different." I couldn't remember that scene, so I went back to re-watch episode 4. I watched it multiple times but couldn't find that specific scene. It must have been in a different episode. So, I started from the beginning with episode 1 and re-watched the whole season. This time, something amazing happened. With each episode, I noticed more and more of the beauty and intricacies of the story, and it really touched my heart. Finally, at the very end of episode 7, I found the "get used to different" scene. By then, I had watched every episode three or four times, searching for that one line that caught my attention. It felt like God was trying to get my attention. Since then, I've been fully invested in The Chosen. I support it financially, share it with as many people as I can, and have been fortunate enough to participate in extra opportunities in Texas and Utah. I've watched every live stream and special that has been created. My life has already been incredibly blessed, but The Chosen has given me a platform to share Jesus with others, something I've always wanted to do but struggled with. I'm grateful for what has been accomplished so far and excited for the impact it will continue to have worldwide. I'm proud to be a small part of this amazing effort.
The Chosen has given me a platform to share Jesus with others, something I've always wanted to do but struggled with.
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As a young college student stepping into adulthood, I've begun to understand the value of thoughtful decisions, especially when it comes to finances. My modest allowance comes from my parents, but I've realized that even if it's limited, I should use a portion for God's glory. "The Chosen" deeply resonated with me, and I felt compelled to contribute, however small the amount. I hope my heartfelt donation makes a difference. Blessings to you all 🙏🏼.

Lucy

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Lucy

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As a young college student stepping into adulthood, I've begun to understand the value of thoughtful decisions, especially when it comes to finances. My modest allowance comes from my parents, but I've realized that even if it's limited, I should use a portion for God's glory. "The Chosen" deeply resonated with me, and I felt compelled to contribute, however small the amount. I hope my heartfelt donation makes a difference. Blessings to you all 🙏🏼.
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It breathes life into the scriptures and gives a whole new depth to my understanding of my Savior, Jesus Christ.
Hello, I'm Kacy, and I'd like to share my journey with you. I've always had this deep-seated desire to make a difference in someone's life, no matter how small. It could be as simple as greeting them with a warm 'good morning' or asking about their day. These seemingly insignificant gestures can have a profound impact on someone's life, or at the very least, brighten their day. It all comes down to having the courage, seizing the opportunity, and most importantly, the willingness to make a difference. I'm a huge fan of The Chosen. It breathes life into the scriptures and gives a whole new depth to my understanding of my Savior, Jesus Christ. I want to express my gratitude to the team behind The Chosen. You're making a significant impact on all of us. Continue to inspire us to come unto Him.

Kacy

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Kacy

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Hello, I'm Kacy, and I'd like to share my journey with you. I've always had this deep-seated desire to make a difference in someone's life, no matter how small. It could be as simple as greeting them with a warm 'good morning' or asking about their day. These seemingly insignificant gestures can have a profound impact on someone's life, or at the very least, brighten their day. It all comes down to having the courage, seizing the opportunity, and most importantly, the willingness to make a difference. I'm a huge fan of The Chosen. It breathes life into the scriptures and gives a whole new depth to my understanding of my Savior, Jesus Christ. I want to express my gratitude to the team behind The Chosen. You're making a significant impact on all of us. Continue to inspire us to come unto Him.
It breathes life into the scriptures and gives a whole new depth to my understanding of my Savior, Jesus Christ.
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I was lost for 40 years, but Jesus found this old lady. He filled me with His love, and now I know He'll be with me always.
What a privilege to join the millions of voices around the world. Let me start by saying that I am not a Christian. I left the church when I was just 14 years old, and now I'm 78. My journey has been long and incredible, so I'll try to keep it brief. For 40 years, I searched for something spiritual. I devoured countless books by amazing teachers, and I had moments of awe and wonder. I studied and practiced, but it was nature that truly spoke to me—the beauty and tranquility of God's creation. However, I still couldn't find a love that felt genuine to me. Something was missing. Then, a couple of years ago, by some undeserved grace, a friend recommended that I watch The Chosen. It was a revelation. The show's messages were more valuable than any diamonds or rubies. It was a feast of love that changed my life. I bought the DVDs for seasons 1, 2, and 3, and every night, I can hardly bring myself to watch anything else. I'm eagerly awaiting season 4. The entire cast is exceptional. Since I have no family, The Chosen family sits with me at the dinner table. Jonathan's portrayal of Jesus is masterful. I feel his love and faith. If I had known this Jesus when I was younger, I doubt I would have ever left the church. Matthew's character resonates with so many of us who have been hurt by not fitting in. I relate to Little James because I also have a broken hip, and I understand the deeper meaning behind why he wasn't healed. As for loving the "bad guys," I can't explain it, but Quintus with his infectious laugh, Atticus with his quiet strength, and Gaius caring for Matthew and befriending Simon—each one is so special. And how could I forget the Zealot? The writers are truly brilliant. They bring Scripture to life in the most incredible way. Their words feel divinely inspired. When I picked up the Bible for the first time after watching The Chosen, it was like the scriptures came alive before my eyes. For 40 years, I wandered spiritually without even realizing I was lost, just like Matthew. But now, Jesus has found me, this old lady. I am overflowing with His love, and I know He is always by my side. When it's my time to go, I trust that He will guide me into the eternal love that He embodies. I must give a special mention to Dallas and his unwavering commitment to answering God's call. I am deeply grateful that he faced his own challenges to bring the love of Christ to the world. I've attached a picture of the Chosen gifts that adorn my altar and greet me every morning during my prayerful writing. They serve as a reminder of the incredible life that has unfolded for me in these later years—all because of my relationship with Jesus. "He won't let me go." I'm currently writing a book about how I encountered Jesus, my master. It's titled A Lantern in the Darkness. This is my legacy. I now have no doubt in His love, and I want to share this with others. We are the lanterns that illuminate the world, and as long as we keep our flames burning bright, darkness cannot prevail.

Martina

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Martina

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What a privilege to join the millions of voices around the world. Let me start by saying that I am not a Christian. I left the church when I was just 14 years old, and now I'm 78. My journey has been long and incredible, so I'll try to keep it brief. For 40 years, I searched for something spiritual. I devoured countless books by amazing teachers, and I had moments of awe and wonder. I studied and practiced, but it was nature that truly spoke to me—the beauty and tranquility of God's creation. However, I still couldn't find a love that felt genuine to me. Something was missing. Then, a couple of years ago, by some undeserved grace, a friend recommended that I watch The Chosen. It was a revelation. The show's messages were more valuable than any diamonds or rubies. It was a feast of love that changed my life. I bought the DVDs for seasons 1, 2, and 3, and every night, I can hardly bring myself to watch anything else. I'm eagerly awaiting season 4. The entire cast is exceptional. Since I have no family, The Chosen family sits with me at the dinner table. Jonathan's portrayal of Jesus is masterful. I feel his love and faith. If I had known this Jesus when I was younger, I doubt I would have ever left the church. Matthew's character resonates with so many of us who have been hurt by not fitting in. I relate to Little James because I also have a broken hip, and I understand the deeper meaning behind why he wasn't healed. As for loving the "bad guys," I can't explain it, but Quintus with his infectious laugh, Atticus with his quiet strength, and Gaius caring for Matthew and befriending Simon—each one is so special. And how could I forget the Zealot? The writers are truly brilliant. They bring Scripture to life in the most incredible way. Their words feel divinely inspired. When I picked up the Bible for the first time after watching The Chosen, it was like the scriptures came alive before my eyes. For 40 years, I wandered spiritually without even realizing I was lost, just like Matthew. But now, Jesus has found me, this old lady. I am overflowing with His love, and I know He is always by my side. When it's my time to go, I trust that He will guide me into the eternal love that He embodies. I must give a special mention to Dallas and his unwavering commitment to answering God's call. I am deeply grateful that he faced his own challenges to bring the love of Christ to the world. I've attached a picture of the Chosen gifts that adorn my altar and greet me every morning during my prayerful writing. They serve as a reminder of the incredible life that has unfolded for me in these later years—all because of my relationship with Jesus. "He won't let me go." I'm currently writing a book about how I encountered Jesus, my master. It's titled A Lantern in the Darkness. This is my legacy. I now have no doubt in His love, and I want to share this with others. We are the lanterns that illuminate the world, and as long as we keep our flames burning bright, darkness cannot prevail.
I was lost for 40 years, but Jesus found this old lady. He filled me with His love, and now I know He'll be with me always.
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To God be the glory for the way The Chosen is making history around the world and in my life.
The release of 'The Chosen' felt divinely timed. Its portrayal of Jesus and Mary Magdalene deeply resonated with my personal journey with Jesus. The acting and casting were impeccable, and it felt like watching my own story. But what makes it even more special is watching it with my 88-year-old mother and brother. My brother endured a 12-year ordeal in an Indonesian prison, unjustly sentenced to death. It seemed like an insurmountable situation, but through global prayers and divine interventions, he was miraculously released in 2021. The simple act of us sitting together, watching any show, is a miracle. Watching 'The Chosen' together is indescribable. Seeing my brother, alive and moved by the show, fills my heart with joy. Thank you, Dallas, for your faith and obedience in creating this show. Your dedication is evident in every interview and story. To God be the glory for the way The Chosen is making history around the world and in my life. Blessings, Monique Amado. P.S. Here's a video of our reunion at the airport after his release: https://youtu.be/swO_7zkdWUA?si=BH3TUXLyy9v6zBz-

Monique

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Monique

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The release of 'The Chosen' felt divinely timed. Its portrayal of Jesus and Mary Magdalene deeply resonated with my personal journey with Jesus. The acting and casting were impeccable, and it felt like watching my own story. But what makes it even more special is watching it with my 88-year-old mother and brother. My brother endured a 12-year ordeal in an Indonesian prison, unjustly sentenced to death. It seemed like an insurmountable situation, but through global prayers and divine interventions, he was miraculously released in 2021. The simple act of us sitting together, watching any show, is a miracle. Watching 'The Chosen' together is indescribable. Seeing my brother, alive and moved by the show, fills my heart with joy. Thank you, Dallas, for your faith and obedience in creating this show. Your dedication is evident in every interview and story. To God be the glory for the way The Chosen is making history around the world and in my life. Blessings, Monique Amado. P.S. Here's a video of our reunion at the airport after his release: https://youtu.be/swO_7zkdWUA?si=BH3TUXLyy9v6zBz-
To God be the glory for the way The Chosen is making history around the world and in my life.
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The Chosen opened my eyes to the hurts I caused others and brought me back to my faith with hope and love.
At 68 years old, I've always considered myself a good person, but I never really followed my Catholic faith. When I got engaged to a Jewish man, he insisted that I convert if we were to get married. Tearfully, I agreed and raised our four children in the Jewish faith, feeling like I had betrayed God and turned my back on Jesus. Eventually, the marriage ended and I returned to my faith, but I hadn't been to confession in years. I tried to be better, but my relationship with Jesus felt distant. The movies I had seen about him portrayed him as constantly reverent, which didn't feel realistic. One day, while I was home sick, I decided to watch some TV. The Chosen caught my eye, so I started binge-watching the episodes. The moment I saw Peter drop to his knees, crying out to Jesus, "Depart from me. You don't know what I've done," it hit me like a ton of bricks. It was as if my entire life flashed before my eyes, and I saw every hurt I had caused others through my thoughts, words, and actions. It was a wake-up call like no other. I couldn't get enough of the episodes and I've watched them countless times, always finding a new message each time. I couldn't stop talking about the series either. I started sharing DVD sets of seasons 1, 2, and 3 with places I thought could benefit from them, like our local prison, the veteran's home, a home for victims of domestic abuse, the Methodist outreach center, and even our local library. One of the best moments was when two young men from the Latter Day Saints came to my door to share their beliefs, but I ended up talking about The Chosen instead. They left with the DVDs, and they seemed really excited about it! Now, I'm on my church's Parish Council, and we've started showing an episode of The Chosen once a week, followed by a discussion. I've also made it a habit to set aside time in the morning and at bedtime to talk to God and thank Him for everything He has done for me. I was truly a lost sheep, but I am so grateful for The Chosen. Jonathan Roumie's portrayal of Jesus opened my heart and soul, allowing me to move forward in my faith with hope and love.

Michelle

's story

Michelle

's story

At 68 years old, I've always considered myself a good person, but I never really followed my Catholic faith. When I got engaged to a Jewish man, he insisted that I convert if we were to get married. Tearfully, I agreed and raised our four children in the Jewish faith, feeling like I had betrayed God and turned my back on Jesus. Eventually, the marriage ended and I returned to my faith, but I hadn't been to confession in years. I tried to be better, but my relationship with Jesus felt distant. The movies I had seen about him portrayed him as constantly reverent, which didn't feel realistic. One day, while I was home sick, I decided to watch some TV. The Chosen caught my eye, so I started binge-watching the episodes. The moment I saw Peter drop to his knees, crying out to Jesus, "Depart from me. You don't know what I've done," it hit me like a ton of bricks. It was as if my entire life flashed before my eyes, and I saw every hurt I had caused others through my thoughts, words, and actions. It was a wake-up call like no other. I couldn't get enough of the episodes and I've watched them countless times, always finding a new message each time. I couldn't stop talking about the series either. I started sharing DVD sets of seasons 1, 2, and 3 with places I thought could benefit from them, like our local prison, the veteran's home, a home for victims of domestic abuse, the Methodist outreach center, and even our local library. One of the best moments was when two young men from the Latter Day Saints came to my door to share their beliefs, but I ended up talking about The Chosen instead. They left with the DVDs, and they seemed really excited about it! Now, I'm on my church's Parish Council, and we've started showing an episode of The Chosen once a week, followed by a discussion. I've also made it a habit to set aside time in the morning and at bedtime to talk to God and thank Him for everything He has done for me. I was truly a lost sheep, but I am so grateful for The Chosen. Jonathan Roumie's portrayal of Jesus opened my heart and soul, allowing me to move forward in my faith with hope and love.
The Chosen opened my eyes to the hurts I caused others and brought me back to my faith with hope and love.
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I may have only brought a scrap of bread and a sardine, but it made me feel incredible to be a part of something so meaningful.
In 2018, I became a widow. The adjustments that come with losing a long-term partner are immense. Throughout it all, I held onto my faith in the Lord and His promises for widows. It was around Christmas time when I stumbled upon the original short episode that premiered before The Chosen was even produced. As I watched it, tears streamed down my face. I was completely emotionally invested in this short film. I couldn't stop watching it, and I started recommending it to everyone I knew. I felt compelled to learn more about the producers and the people behind this incredible project. My heart and spirit told me that I needed to invest in it, not just emotionally, but financially as well. To be honest, I didn't have a lot of money, but I knew it was the right thing to do. I am so grateful that God allowed me to be a part of it from the beginning. I only wish I had been a wealthy widow so I could have done more. But as Dallas always says, "Loaves and fishes!" In my case, I may have only brought a scrap of bread and a sardine, but it still made me feel incredible to be a part of something so meaningful. I continue to recommend the series to everyone I know. Recently, one of my daughters started watching it too. She has now watched the entire available series multiple times. Surprisingly, she has also developed an interest in Middle Eastern cooking because of The Chosen. I never saw that coming, but it's a nice bonus! I want to express my deepest gratitude to Dallas and everyone involved in this project. God's hand is truly all over it.

Mary

's story

Mary

's story

In 2018, I became a widow. The adjustments that come with losing a long-term partner are immense. Throughout it all, I held onto my faith in the Lord and His promises for widows. It was around Christmas time when I stumbled upon the original short episode that premiered before The Chosen was even produced. As I watched it, tears streamed down my face. I was completely emotionally invested in this short film. I couldn't stop watching it, and I started recommending it to everyone I knew. I felt compelled to learn more about the producers and the people behind this incredible project. My heart and spirit told me that I needed to invest in it, not just emotionally, but financially as well. To be honest, I didn't have a lot of money, but I knew it was the right thing to do. I am so grateful that God allowed me to be a part of it from the beginning. I only wish I had been a wealthy widow so I could have done more. But as Dallas always says, "Loaves and fishes!" In my case, I may have only brought a scrap of bread and a sardine, but it still made me feel incredible to be a part of something so meaningful. I continue to recommend the series to everyone I know. Recently, one of my daughters started watching it too. She has now watched the entire available series multiple times. Surprisingly, she has also developed an interest in Middle Eastern cooking because of The Chosen. I never saw that coming, but it's a nice bonus! I want to express my deepest gratitude to Dallas and everyone involved in this project. God's hand is truly all over it.
I may have only brought a scrap of bread and a sardine, but it made me feel incredible to be a part of something so meaningful.
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Then, there was that scene where Jesus placed his hand on Mary and redeemed her. That moment marked a profound shift in my life, and I knew I wanted to follow Jesus.
I always believed in God, though my belief in Jesus was somewhat uncertain. One day, while attending physical therapy for my knee, a woman asked if I had watched "The Chosen." A few weeks later, she brought it up again, and I decided to give it a try. The first episode was a bit slow, but I stuck with it. Then, there was that scene where Jesus placed his hand on Mary and redeemed her. That moment marked a profound shift in my life, and I knew I wanted to follow Jesus. Since then, I've watched all three available seasons of the show multiple times and eagerly anticipate the fourth season. I feel strongly that I need to do what I can to ensure the show is available for all.

Lee

's story

Lee

's story

I always believed in God, though my belief in Jesus was somewhat uncertain. One day, while attending physical therapy for my knee, a woman asked if I had watched "The Chosen." A few weeks later, she brought it up again, and I decided to give it a try. The first episode was a bit slow, but I stuck with it. Then, there was that scene where Jesus placed his hand on Mary and redeemed her. That moment marked a profound shift in my life, and I knew I wanted to follow Jesus. Since then, I've watched all three available seasons of the show multiple times and eagerly anticipate the fourth season. I feel strongly that I need to do what I can to ensure the show is available for all.
Then, there was that scene where Jesus placed his hand on Mary and redeemed her. That moment marked a profound shift in my life, and I knew I wanted to follow Jesus.
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