Watch Flame On

How would you react when tragedy strikes? Would your faith in an all loving God waver? Would you turn your back on the Lord?

Filmed Just months after the extreme loss of a loved one, this DVD follows the Jasper family through the heart wrenching and faith stretching question of “Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people?” Watch and marvel at how a strong Christian family deals with the emotions of shock, loss and grief from a Biblical perspective.

Flame On illustrates the struggle between the sovereignty of God and human responsibility while examining how faith in the Lord Jesus Christ can take you from the very bottom of despair to victory through tragedy. This film is a “must see” for those grieving the loss of a loved one and will leave you with a peaceful knowledge that we serve a gracious, loving God who gives us light through the dark moments of life.

“There are no words to describe how we hurt”, said J.J. Jasper. “But God’s sovereignty and His character do not change. He is still a good God. We knew that intellectually, and now we know it experientially.”

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  • Paul Pyle

    Dear Jasper Family,

    Thank you for sharing this tragic event. I’m sure it will help others come to grips with the loss of a child. Always enjoyed listening to you JJ and when this happened we prayed for you. Our 4 1/2yr old son looks so much like Cooper, it was difficult to watch this and I don’t know if I would be able to deal with his loss…but you showed that God is faithful to bring you through it. I pray that God will use this video to bring about healing to those who need it.
    God bless you all.

  • Angel Gillette

    Dear Jasper family,
    Thank u so very much fro sharing your story with others. I cant imagine what you went through, but I am thankful that you were able to tell your story. You are an inspiration to us all. Looking at what you have went through and how you keep going helps us know that we can MAKE IT! Since 2010 Iv’e dealt with a miscarriage, and Endometrial cancer (2011) and recurring endometrial cancer (2013) The hardest time was when I lost m y hair. That is when it all hit me, that its really happened. But through it all I knew that God was still there. I had times when I felt that He was a million miles away but He always showed up on the scene, Sometimes through a kind word from a family member or friend other times through the inspiring songs on AFR. And yes even the JJ and Ron in the morning show helped me through my trips to chemo. JJ your jokes were a huge help that kept med laughing. Through it all I was able to keep smiling and people always commented on it. I told them every time that my smile was from Jesus and not even cancer could take it away, I will never know your loss however, your story has inspired me that no matter what comes my way. I can over come through faith in Christ. He is always with us. And He does give peace like no other! Thanks again for sharing your story for us. You are all in my prayers always!!
    Your Sister In Christ Jesus,
    Angel Marie Gillette

  • Sandy Bridges

    J.J. and Melanie: Thank you so much for writing your book! I read it all today and cried so many times. It’s one of the very best books on grieving loss, forgiveness, love, and hope in Christ. I love Am. Family Radio and you guys on Trivia Friday just crack me up! I met Tim Wildmon at the TNG Conf. in S.C. last year and told him how much I loved him with his wonderful wife smiling there beside him. I bawled when I read how he cried at the hospital when Cooper died. You have so many wonderful friends who were there for you. Bless you, bless you.

  • Brenda

    Wow!!!! Just watched the video. Even though we lost our Marisa 17 and 1/2 years ago it seems as though we have traveled the same paths. She was 5 going on 6, just started Kindergarten and was with her dad and her next older sister (her best friend, too) when she fell off the tractor fender and her dad not knowing it ran over her. So many similarities it seems unreal. Thanks for making this documentary. Everyone needs to watch it.

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