For Phyllis Sortor, the price of peace-making almost cost her life.
Missionary Phyllis Sortor serves in Nigeria with a heart of courageous compassion. Her work with the nomadic Fulani people has opened doors for schools and cattle-grazing projects in an effort to bring peace to the civil strife in Nigeria.
A life threatening event was the startling reality that peace had a high price.
“The story reads like a thriller waiting to be made into a movie, and like something out of
the Book of Acts.”David Kendall
You can be a part of turning Phyllis’ amazing testimony into a documentary film for
many to see and be inspired.
Click on the link below to give through the Sage Hills Church of
- 100% of these funds will be used for the development and production of the film.
- Updates will be given on the progress of fund raising and production.
$50,000 Development Fund
This budget will be used for pre-production expenses and arrangements for producers,
director, editor, and travel to Nigeria.
$350,000 Production Fund (estimated)
The cost and expenses of filming, editing, actors, crew, writers, and promotion of the
film. Much of the filming will take place in Nigeria