Redeemer’s Song Ministries started the film journey summer 2011. With one hand-held camera, a simple script and a team made up of 35+ local volunteers, we filmed our first independent feature entitled “He Leadeth Me,” a 1930s adaptation of the parable of the prodigal son (Luke 15). It premiered Father’s Day 2012 to a standing-room-only crowd at the historic theater in downtown Fergus Falls, MN. This summer, we shoot our 5th independent film, an anniversary edition of “He Leadeth Me.” With many returning actors, a sophisticated script, and an increasingly professional pre-production period, it is still and always will be our goal to provide an educational, Christ-centered artistic environment, and we look forward to sharing the results of this intentional project with you.

He Leadeth Me


When his enemy is found dead, a minister challenges the local judge’s decision to adopt an orphaned teen left behind. The judge will do everything in his power to claim the boy as the minister denies paternity claims made against him in efforts to mask his own sins. Inspired by the prodigal son story told in Luke 15, this story, with a vast array of characters, reminds us how easy it is to run away from what is good and to deny the truth about who and what we are.

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Reclamation is the story of a young graphic designer named Ava as she discovers her true identity and place in the world after a terrible accident tears her family apart. This movie is a good clean movie with Biblical principles and includes a clear Gospel presentation. Our goal is to share the message of Christ clearly to audiences in a modern and relevant way.

“Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” ~Romans 12:2

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The Circle


Produced in association with Christ Company Resources. Henry, an only child and now a grown man, denies his mother’s passing of the farm to him in an age of increasing political and national conflict. Determined to free himself from this responsibility, he enlists in the army. One year later, a woman appears on the family’s doorstep: pregnant, alone, and broke. The truth about Henry reveals more about the people left behind than it does about his hopes for the future.















A group of teens confront everyday issues and navigate difficult relationships. When one of them passes away suddenly due to an unexpected illness, the rest of them are forced to face the uncomfortable processes of grief, truth revealed, and healing.














He Leadeth Me