More than Dreams chronicles Muslims who miraculously have had dreams and visions of Christ and were converted.
A video series that re-enacts the testimonies of Muslims who came to salvation after miraculously having dreams and visions of Jesus is being used as a ministry tool to evangelize the Islamic world. Most of the subjects in the five-disc More Than Dreams series had no previous knowledge of Christ when they came to faith and were living in Muslim countries where conversion to Christianity often brings a death sentence. The series’ U.S.-based producers, who asked to remain anonymous, said all the subjects had been seeking to know God when they dreamed about Christ. The first DVD in the series focuses on Khalil, once a radical Egyptian terrorist who despised Christians and Jews and tirelessly tried to disprove the Bible to no avail. After Jesus appeared to him in a dream, he gave his life to Christ, and he says he’s never been the same. The film creators hope testimonies such as Khalil’s will lead other Muslims to salvation. They are partnering with ministries to distribute 10 million copies. To date, the series has aired on Arabic satellite television and was given to thousands who attended the Germany 2006 World Cup games, at which teams from Saudi Arabia and Tunisia competed. Producers also distributed videos to travelers taking the ferry between North Africa and southern Europe. The series has been released in Arabic, Indonesian, Hausa, Farsi and Turkish—all languages spoken in Muslim communities. The producers hope to soon offer the video in five more languages, including English. Some of the videos explain how to accept Christ, provide instruction for Christian discipleship and offer an electronic Bible.