‘The Chosen’ Recreates Powerful Biblical Scene, Joined by Man Whose Prophetic Word Started It All

‘The Chosen’ Recreates Powerful Biblical Scene, Joined by Man Whose Prophetic Word Started It All by MARTI PIEPER for Charisma News

“The Chosen” creator Dallas Jenkins’ recent Instagram post says it all: “Why are there tears in my eyes? Because this is Alex, the man who messaged me over five years ago at 4 in the morning in the lowest moment of my career. God prompted him out of the blue to tell me, ‘It’s not your job to feed the 5,000, it’s only to provide the loaves and fish.'”

Jenkins obeyed the prophetic word—and the rest is cinematic history. “The Chosen,” now filming for Season 3 on its own app, became the highest crowd-funded media project ever, raising $11 million for its first season. As his Instagram post recounts, Jenkins brought Alex all the way from his native Romania to participate in this past week’s filming of the feeding of the 5,000. The scene was filmed on land belonging to the Salvation Army’s Camp Hoblitzelle in Midlothian, Texas.

Approximately 12,000 extras, including Alex, arrived from across the globe for the filming of the biblical story. Late last year, the show announced that anyone who donated $999 or more between Aug. 22, 2021, and Dec. 31, 2021, had qualified to be on set for the filming. Qualified donors and their immediate families could register to attend on June 7 or 8 and pay a fee to cover facilities and catering, organizing their own travel, transport, accommodations and costumes for the available 10,000 spots. Fans from 32 countries and every U.S. state signed up to participate, and many who came used social media to express their enthusiasm for the massive project:

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