Journey Into The Unknown

DVD Release: June 27, 2006
Journey Into The Unknown
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Synopsis

Convinced she has heard God’s voice, Hanneke van Dam leaves everything behind and moves to Mongolia to minister to those in need.

Dove Review

“Journey Into The Unknown” shows what one woman’s faith in God can accomplish and the barriers she crosses to help others. Hanneke van Dam leaves the security of her life in Amsterdam and moves to Mongolia to help those in need. At one point in the film, she helps a girl get clean, and she puts new clothes on her. The reward? The little girl’s laughter. Hanneke shares the gospel with the people in their own language, and she says they are learning about Jesus for the first time. She prays for the people, and in one scene in the film, a miracle takes place.

This is a heartwarming documentary that will touch hearts everywhere. We are pleased to award it five Doves – our best rating – and our Faith Friendly Seal for all ages. This inspiring documentary is a must-see!

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: A conversation takes place, recalling a drunken father who throws his own child across the room and renders the baby handicapped.
Drugs: Drunken man on street; brief scene of man smoking a cigarette.
Nudity: None
Other: The mention of a former Buddhist colony, which now includes other religions as well.

Info

Company: Gateway Films / Vision Video
Director: Eric Velu
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 52 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Eryc Simmerer
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter