New Film Project – Roger Morneau

Morneau film will be based on his best-selling book

We recently secured exclusive rights to produce a feature film on the life of Roger Morneau, a former demon worshiper who became a Christian and prayer warrior. A period film, based in the 1930′s and 40′s, the movie will be based on Roger’s best-selling book “A Trip Into the Supernatural.” We’re contacting his family members, friends and colleagues to research before writing the script.

OVERVIEW: The film launches with several powerful scenes from childhood that affect his view of God and religion. At age 12, Roger rejects God after his mother dies. Years later, he’s toughened from the horrors of World War II and is looking to make his mark at age 21. He’s soon invited into a secret society of spirit worship.

Press Release – About Miracles

About Miracles - When the logical Explanation is God

Movie ‘About Miracles’ Inspires with Dramatic True Stories
Contact: Kevin Shearer, Lifestreams Media, 407-494-3288

ORLANDO, FL, November 19 — “About Miracles” is a new documentary film featuring true stories about modern day miracles. Produced by Lifestreams Media, About Miracles is getting attention from TV networks, journalists and academics.

Movie Review – About Miracles

Debbie Holloway, assistant editor at, reviewed our new documentary film About Miracles (published November 13, 2013):

“Sometimes, slicing unexpectedly through the fog of daily life, the supernatural appears. Skeptics and doubters may abound, but sometimes logic, reason, and common sense just aren’t enough to explain away otherworldly occurrences.

About Miracles Released!


Our new film About Miracles features four dramatic, true stories about modern day miracles. Told by the actual people involved and featuring gripping reenactments, these stories will amaze you as they strengthen your faith. In an age where God is no longer the central focus, the modern mind often prefers scientific arguments to explain life experiences.

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