About Us


To create, produce, and distribute inspirational Bible-based, films, books and media to the faith-based community and community-at-large to promote insight and moral ethic.

End Touch Movies, Inc. is an independent film production company, Bible-based to provide insight to inform and enlighten the faith-based
and general community-at-large under the direction of
CEO, Dr. William L. Sheals.


Dr. William L. Sheals, Spirit-filled teacher, great visionary, loving, and dedicated pastor are all words that adequately describe this great
man of God, Bishop William Sheals. “Papa Sheals”, as he’s known by his flock, because of the fatherly, AGAPE love and compassion that he shows toward each of his members, is the senior pastor, for over 31 years, of Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Norcross, GA.

Bishop Sheals, a Lakeland, FL native, came to Hopewell Missionary Baptist
Church in May 1980. Under his direction and leadership, Hopewell grew from a small rural church to a suburban mega-church. Bishop Sheals is extremely grateful to God for blessing this great union of pastor and church for over 31 years, which is rarely heard of in today’s religious communities.
In 1990, God gave Bishop Sheals a great vision of transforming a 32 acre junk yard, into a beautiful complex where God would be glorified. He wrote the vision and printed it for all to see. After much prayer and hard work, this great vision began to manifest in 1992. Today this awesome community is known as the “City of Hope” which houses a Child Development Center, Youth Center, Senior Citizen Center and Adult Fitness Center, and Mall with a beauty & barber salon, caterer, bakery and a print shop. The mall also has an employment service called “Hope for the Future.” However, it doesn’t stop there. The City of Hope also has a fully accredited beautiful Christian
Academy where children from K4 - 12th grade are educated. The campus also boasts an accredited Bible College.

His entertainment business credits include:
• Broadway/Off-Broadway experience in the 1960’s
• Radio station personality and station owner -
• Three major film appearances
• Director of two independant films
• “The Prodigal Son - Written, directed and produced.
• CANCER - Written, directed and produced (www.cancerthemovie.com)

Bishop Sheals has written over 7 inspirational books and has received numerous awards and honors such as the Presidential Special Citizens Award for “Founding Director of Ministers Against Drugs” in 1989, Founding
president of the N. Metro 100 Black Men in 1993, recipient of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Drum Major Award in 1999, and Who’s Who in Black America
in 2002, and most recently Bishop Sheals received the Gwinnett County NCCAP Lifetime Achievement Award. He is currently serving as Ambassador
of Reconciliation and Goodwill for Israel and is also acknowledged in History Maker’s African American History Archive.

Bishop Sheals is fun-loving and conservative with a great sense of humor. He is happily married to Patricia and they have two children Ryan and Ari.