Lost Angels - 2012 short film

 Ariel  Armstrong is the founder of Single Ray of Hope Ministries which was given to her by the Lord in 1998, but it was officially launched while on a pilgrimage in Israel.  Kathy has based this ministry upon the inspiration of Philippians 2:15 (KJV) “…That ye may be blameless and harmless, the sons of God, without rebuke, in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, among whom ye shine as lights in the world…” There was also a divine moment in which came the confirmation when she was given an offering “to her ministry” while she was walking near the area where Jesus took the five loaves of bread and two fish and multiplied them to feed the multitude along the coastline of the Sea of Galilee. 

Two books have been released book “Be Made Whole”  and “It’s Not About You.”  Publishing her journey with the Lord has expanded her territory  as a he is now “literary missionary.” 

Ariel has answered the call of the Lord to move to “Hollywood” or “Holywood” as she feels God is doing and will do a major move in the entertainment industry.   She produced a film called “Lost Angels” with no formal training in filmaking but through the guidance and inspiration of the Holy Spirit was able to raise funds, put a crew together and shoot an award winning short film.

Her lasted endeavor is finishing a screenplay for a feature length film based on her experiences, lessons learned, and obedience to God.  The Lord has challenged her to not only write a screenplay but to direct it!  This will be her first feature length film.


“Lost Angels” is a poignant short film about the journey of a young woman called by God to the “city of angels”, Los Angeles. She is tested through series of trials and encounters wih those who are broken, disheartened, and seem hopeless. Through the love of Christ she ministers to them. Yet, through her own former brokenness, she is incapable of achieving success. Can she overcome her challenges and let God reach her and bring her to becoming an overcomer in Him? The film project premiered in Burbank California at the 2012 168 Film Festival This was a type of “survivor” filmmaker contest! 168 hours - One week to write, One week to shoot, edit and submit film in final form. Lost Angels went on to appear in several film festivals. Winning an award for “Redemptive Storytelling” at the Redemption Film Festival held last fall at Regent University. “Lost Angels” was featured and presented to the young adults embarking on filmmaking careers at the People to People UCLA Film and Art Summit last summer. It has been shown to many churches and places the Lord has opened up. Starring T’Keyah Keyamah(“That’s S Raven, Cosby Show, Living Color), and newcomer Leslie Kunz. This is Ariel Armstrong first time as a filmmaker.