HOME > NEWSROOM > ARTICLES > "Does God Care About Me?" Video Draws 1.7M+ Viewers, 60K+ Prayers for Christ

"Does God Care About Me?" Video Draws 1.7M+ Viewers, 60K+ Prayers for Christ

Does God Care About Me VideoA video produced by a team at Ron Hutchcraft Ministries (RHM) has been viewed on YouTube.com more than 1.7 million times over the past year and has inspired more than 60,000 people to pray for a personal relationship with God and to live for Christ.

The video titled “Does God Care About Me?” was posted last year in March by the Doug and Jon Show and presents the Gospel in less than three minutes.

At the end of the presentation, viewers are invited to pray the Sinner’s Prayer and to share whether or not they did so by clicking on one of two links. Those who click on the “Yes, I Prayed” link are directed to a second video, titled “What Do I Do Now?” Those who click on the “Not Now” link are directed to another video, titled “What’s Next?” Both follow-up videos feature Jon Taylor and RHM Executive Director & Chief Creative Officer Doug Hutchcraft, who offer guidance to the viewers.

“It's one of the clearest, most-watched Gospel presentations on the Internet,” exclaimed RHM President Ron Hutchcraft.

After 12 months on YouTube, the video surpassed 1.5 million views from 210 countries, and more than 40,000 reported having prayed the Sinner’s Prayer at the end.

Over the past two months, nearly 300,000 more viewed the video and more than 20,000 prayed the Sinner’s Prayer.

“YouTube is a massive mission field, where literally millions of teenagers hang out every day,” noted Hutchcraft.

“As the Good News of Jesus ‘goes viral’ through YouTube, lives … are being transformed,” he added.

To watch the video, click here.

To learn more about RHM, visit hutchcraft.com.

Published: May 2, 2013

Latest News

NRB Cautions Against House ENDA Petition

Many House Democrats this week made a procedural move that, if successful, would threaten religious liberty.

Samaritan’s Purse Doctor Testifies on Ebola

President Barack Obama and Members of the U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee heard directly from a Samaritan’s Purse doctor who had...

NRB Hosts Roundtable on ‘The Internet Highway and the Rules of the Road’

Last week, NRB’s John Milton Project for Free Speech and The Heritage Foundation co-hosted a roundtable discussion on the future of Internet regulation, the FCC’s “net neutrality” proposal, and the dynamics of innovation/free market and citizen free speech on the Web.

FCC Chairman Testifies Before House Panel

Activities at the FCC, including the net neutrality proceeding and FCC process reform, were topics of interest at committee hearings across Capitol Hill this week.

NRB President’s Council Members Gather for Capitol Hill Media Summit

Members of the NRB President’s Council gathered in Washington, DC, last week for the 2014 Capitol Hill Media Summit.

Franklin Graham Festivals in North America Draw More than 65,000

The Franklin Graham Festival of Hope in Toronto, Canada, drew a highly diverse crowd last week, and counselors ministered to inquirers in six various languages.

In Memoriam: Longtime NRB Member Patricia Macaulay

Patricia A. “Pat” Macaulay, who was the organist for the NRB Convention for many years and an NRB member for many more, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, September 10, at the age of 87.

Christian Broadcasters to Air For Israel's Sake on Sunday, September 21

A cross-denominational effort by Christian broadcasters and ministry leaders to show solidarity with the nation of Israel will culminate with a special television event this weekend.

NRB President Supports Senator Cruz on Israel Following IDC Event

Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of NRB, sent a letter today to Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) following the disrespectful treatment he received for expressing solidarity with Israel at a recent “In Defense of Christians” event.

NRB Speaks Out for First Amendment Rights

NRB could not be silent this week in the face of a serious threat to the Bill of Rights being considered by the U.S. Senate.

More News