An encore presentation of the documentary film “The Domino Revival” has triggered a flood of testimonies about salvation, healing, and deliverance.
Thousands are taking to social media to share their experiences of encountering the Holy Spirit during the movie’s theater showings.
“The Domino Revival” follows the journey of Mike Signorelli and a group of revivalists during a pivotal period in the nation’s history. The film showcases the extraordinary power of Jesus Christ through compelling preaching, documented miracles, triumph over despair, and liberation from demons.
Originally released nationwide on Oct. 24, the film’s impact was so profound that it was brought back to theaters due to popular demand. Pastor Mike Signorelli, the executive producer of the film and the leader of V1 Church in New York City, expressed the overwhelming response.
“The Domino Revival movie was released in over 1,000 theaters,” Pastor Signorelli shared. “People were canceling their own suicides, praying for each other in the movie theater, and casting out demons in public because of that film.”
A video posted on Instagram by Signorelli featured a testimony of a woman who attended the encore presentation in a wheelchair but left walking. Another woman arrived with crutches, received prayer, and walked out without needing them.
Further testimonies poured in through various social media platforms. On Twitter (formerly X), Signorelli posted videos of people sharing their experiences of deliverance and transformation after watching the film.
#DominoRevival TESTIMONIES from the ENCORE in our Movement Makers FB Group
⚡️Well went to see it last night and cried most the night it made me think even though I'm a Christian I'm not walking it out according to God's will so I told God last night that I don't want this to… pic.twitter.com/ML4aSNBbu5
— Mike Signorelli (@mikesignorelli_) November 14, 2023
On Facebook, followers commented on Signorelli’s page, detailing the profound impact of the movie on their lives. One follower from Sterling Heights, Michigan, mentioned the presence of the Holy Spirit and a shift in the atmosphere during the screening.
Camille McClain from Kansas City shared that a friend surrendered drugs and witchcraft books after watching the movie. Stacy Barton from Florida revealed her struggle with depression and anxiety but experienced freedom after the film, with strangers offering powerful prayers.
The film’s influence extended beyond individual struggles. Attendees in Shreveport, Louisiana, spoke of a strong presence of the Holy Spirit and a significant shift in the region.
Signorelli emphasized the inclusivity of the film’s message, stating, “I didn’t make a movie just for Pentecostals, or just for charismatics, or just for Baptists. I really attempted to make a movie about the Gospel.”
As the testimonies continue to pour in, Signorelli hopes that “The Domino Revival” will persist in impacting hearts and lives. He emphasized the core message of the Gospel, expressing his desire for the film to unite believers from different backgrounds.
The overwhelming response to “The Domino Revival” underscores the film’s ability to resonate with a diverse audience and serve as a catalyst for spiritual transformation. Believers are encouraged to stay connected with Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) through newsletters and the CBN News app to receive the latest updates from a distinctly Christian perspective.