Scary on PURPOSE... A haunted house experience that could save your life!
Judgement House ~ October 26-28 6pm-9pm Annaville Baptist
The vision of Judgement House is to equip the local church and other ministries with the ability to create a walk-through gospel presentation concerning the truth of people's choices versus the earthly and eternal consequences.
The walk-through drama takes place throughout a series of rooms or scenes. With each room, a unique yet tragic story will unfold. Although the scripts vary content, setting, and characters, all of our scripts force the viewer to answer one important question. "Will you ACCEPT or REJECT God's offer of a saving and personal relationship through His Son Jesus Christ?"
Throughout the first 6-7 scenes several main characters will have the opportunity to share, accept or reject Christ. After making their decision, a horrific yet common tragedy will occur, catapulting them, along with the audience, into Judgement. The Bible says in Hebrews 9:27 that "It is appointed for men to die once and after this comes the Judgment." Here, the characters and audience are faced with the condemnation of their unpardoned sin. Some receive eternal life through the blood of Christ, while others are left to pay the penalty of their sin ALONE in Hell.
The viewer then finds himself outside the gates of Hell. Reality has set in and hope has fled for the characters that chose to reject God's Son. They are addressed and reassured by the character of Satan that they now belong to him. Peering through the abyss, the audience gets an extremely visual as well as physical reminder that Jesus has offered them a way out of this future torment. Upon leaving hell, one thing is clear. Rejecting Jesus = Choosing Satan.
Following Hell, the audience is ushered through the gates of Heaven in to the very presence of Jesus. Each member of the tour will have a sobering encounter with their Lord and Savior as He looks into their eyes and welcomes them home. In this scene the viewer witnesses what has happened to the characters that placed their faith and trust in Jesus Christ. The overwhelming presence of God is often too much to handle as grown men and women burst into tears at the thought of this glorious "homecoming".
The final portion of the presentation gives an overview of the story and provides the individual viewers with the opportunity to accept Christ as their Savior. Those who made decisions or would like to ask questions are then given the chance to speak with a one-on-one encourager to help drive home the commitment that was just made. The Judgement House presentation takes approximately 1 hour to complete. With new groups launching every 10 to 15 minutes, an average of 75 people can tour the presentation per hour.
Posted on Wed, October 24, 2012
by Josh McClary