The biggest faith-based movie of last year was based on MercyMe’s classic hit, “I Can Only Imagine.” It was based on the life story of MercyMe lead singer Bart Millard, and it took in over $85 million at the box office, despite a budget of just $7 million. But the popularity wasn’t just here in America. Director Jon Erwin explains when a movie is a hit in America, it goes on global autopilot. Countries around the world begin to pay for the right to translate and distribute the movie. The exciting part is China, which has been home to some of the fiercest Christian persecution in recent years, actually funded the movie’s translation. Read the whole story.