Jonathan Roumie Opens Up In ‘Jonathan & Jesus’ Docuseries
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Jonathan Roumie is best known for his role as Jesus Christ on the hit television series “The Chosen,” as well as his role in “Jesus Revolution.” But now he’s bringing fans behind the camera, and revealing his relationship with Christ in a whole new way.
The new series “Jonathan & Jesus” follows Roumie, 49, on his journey to seeking who Jesus really was, “and discover his impact on the world today.” The four-part series is being produced by Lionsgate, and took two years to film, according to CBN.
“So grateful to God for the opportunity to give you all a glimpse into my journey and for all the folks who believed in this little project which began with an invitation to Rome to meet Pope @franciscus, going far beyond what I had ever imagined,” Roumie wrote in a recent post on social media.
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In the clip shared online, Roumie meets Pastor Greg Laurie for the first time. And it’s a moving exchange.
A clip from my new docuseries, “Jonathan & Jesus” of me meeting Pastor @greglaurie for the first time. #JonathanandJesus is now streaming on @amazon @PrimeVideo! Thanks for watching and supporting!! 🙏🏽♥️#Jesus #JonathanRoumie #JonathanandJesus #Documentary #series #PrimeVideo pic.twitter.com/sQIPGDLoAk
— Jonathan (@JonathanRoumie) January 9, 2024
Along with Laurie, “The Chosen” director-writer-creator Dallas Jenkins is also featured, as well as Brandon Flowers (lead singer of The Killers), Francis Chan, Alice & Sheryl Cooper, Sheila E, Pope Francis, and so many more.
This series looks like a major crossover event between what most of us think of as traditional mainstream entertainment … and our relationship with Christ. You can watch the trailer here, and let us know what you think!
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