‘The Gospel of Healing: Volume I: Black Churches Respond to HIV/AIDS’ is an independent documentary film that profiles five outstanding models of faith-based HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care services, that  target primarily African-American communities. It also features powerful commentary from renown pastors, theologians and HIV/AIDS advocates and educators, discussing stigma and discrimination, capacity building and the critical role of traditional black churches working to increasing access to quality health care.

Since it’s premiere in at the 2012 International AIDS Conference, the film has received national acclaim at invited screenings in more than 40 U.S. cities.  It has also earned the producers, the Hildrous Poindexter Community Spirit Award from the Association of Black Public Health Workers at the 2012 American Public Health Association (APHA) 2012 Annual Meeting.