The King’s Messengers

DVD Release: July 1, 2017
The King’s Messengers


“The King’s Messengers” is a narrative mini-series geared towards youth. The series follows Anwaar and David in their quest for survival in the war-torn country of Zanora. While living as refugees, Anwaar and David do a series of webcasts addressing basic theological questions: Is there really a God, Who is God, How do we walk with God, & Does God love us? Can they survive a corrupt government regime and avoid the dangerous Resistance Army? Find out in the first four episodes of the faith-based series, “The King’s Messengers.” The series also features Rich Swingle from “Alone Yet Not Alone” and Rusty Martin Jr. from “Courageous.”

Dove Review

Being in a war-torn country cannot be easy, especially for refugees. Anwaar and David meet in the forest and become friends. They help each other with their survival skills, but most importantly they never give up their faith in God even in these hard times. These young men also help others survive. The amazing thing is that no matter what they endure, they want to encourage others about God’s love even in these very difficult times as they broadcast scripture and encouragement to help others.

This adventure of two courageous young men in serious times is a series you won’t want to miss. Its lesson for life: never give up your faith and hope, plus the most important message of the love God has given us.We are proud to award the Dove Faith-Friendly Seal for ages 12-plus to this four- episode adventure of David and Anwaar. You will be excited to see what these young men do next.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: People being shot and shot at, but nothing graphic shown; war wounds from gunfire and bombing; young people tied up and held as captives; man orders a soldier to shoot hostage; violence against people of faith.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Discussion of death of parents


Company: Crystal Creek Media
Director: Josh Knudsen
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 96 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe