Bravery, On Wings Like Eagles, takes place 50 years from now, in a totalitarian state where being a christian is a crime punishable by death. In this futuristic story,  mass televised high-tech beheadings are commonplace..... and our heroes have 72 hours to disable a new technology about to go into operation. It's a technology in which every man, woman and child on earth can be identified via their activity in their homes, and those appearing to be engaged in Christian prayer and other illegal activity will be arrested and sentenced to death. In other words, our heroes have 72 hours to stop a technology which will insure the swift extermination of the millions of remaining Christians in hiding, putting an end to the faith forever. Our heroes also plan to turn that invasive new technology on the leaders in Washington and immediately expose to the world the kind of people exterminating the Christians. By using science fiction, the realities which are almost already here today, realities which may seem vague to most people in the United States, will become crystal clear in the form of an easily understandable warning, much like 1984 was to readers in the year 1948, when it was written.

There are so many purposes and intentions to the bravery movie it's really difficult to innumerate them all. It is written to inspire and empower Christians to raise their voices. It is designed to appeal to teenagers and people in their 20's with its stereoscopic 3D science fiction special effects while giving them a lot of Christian information they cannot get anywhere else - to educate them. Perhaps even to shock them into realizing what is happening in the world today, and where our country could find itself by the time they are older. The story points to technology being developed right now which is extremely intrusive and hopefully inspires people to shout it down when it reaches the marketplace, like 1984 did regarding common surveillance cameras. And it's a no-nonsense warning to government officials which reminds them in no uncertain terms that what they do to the people they govern can in-turn be done to them by the people they govern.

Bravery, on a basic level, is also designed on a purely pop culture basis to make Christianity hip again, the way it was in times past in America, then no one questioned a christian's word or honesty because being a christian was enough. We would love to hear that millions of young men and women have decided to go to church because of it. It teaches and inspires people to fight for their religion of peace, and to shout down the wrongs of the world without sacrificing grace.

And I suppose most of all, Bravery is designed to be the first motion picture to fight the anti-christian Hollywood message on its own terms for the first time ever - as a  stereoscopic 3D science fiction motion picture. And our promotional trailer and website proves we can do it, too. This is not just a daydream. We really can get the job done and get it done well. With everyone's help, we believe we can be the first true, effective salvo against Hollywood ever launched by the Christian community, and inspire other filmmakers by our example at the same time. Frankly, in our opinion, Bravery is not simply a good idea which can be done, but that like true bravery itself, Bravery the movie is an absolute necessity, and long overdue.