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Greg Locke and Mike Signorelli Combine Their Films for ‘Miracles at the Movies’

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Last year, Pastor Greg Locke of Global Vision Bible Church (Mt. Juliet, Tennessee) and Pastor Mike Signorelli of V1 Church (Amityville, New York) both released theatrical faith-based documentaries that shared how God is bringing a spiritual awakening during what they describe as “America’s darkest hour.”

Locke’s movie, titled “Come Out in Jesus Name,” and Signorelli’s movie titled, “The Domino Revival,” will be shown together in theaters on Tuesday, April 23, for a one-night event called “Miracles at the Movies.”

The two films center on deliverance ministry, which, according to Locke, is “teaching people how to overcome what we would consider spiritual warfare, demonic oppression and suicidal thoughts.”

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“Miracles at the Movies” viewers will hear the two pastors’ vision for how someone can be set free from evil spirts and live victoriously in Jesus. The special event will conclude with Locke and Signorelli sharing the gospel. “I think it’s going to be miraculous,” Locke told ChurchLeaders.

“I believe there’s going to be emotional healing that takes place, and we also are leaving room for medically verifiable miracles,” Signorelli shared. Both pastors say they witnessed miracles take place during the first run of their films. “It’s going to be a powerful time,” Signorelli said.

Signorelli said that “Greg went some places with their talk that follows the film that I believe is going to heal and restore whole families.”

“Both movies are going to open people’s hearts,” Signorelli continued. “So there’s a lot of anticipation.”

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“Revival is no longer a luxury; it’s a last resort,” Signorelli said. “The body of Christ is losing ground in America. It’s rapidly diminishing, churches are closing, and the church as become a joke in so many different ways. And so revival now is the last resort. It’s not a luxury.”