Here is a link to a video the Viña crew just created that gives a nice glimpse into DEDITOS which is being produced in the highlands of Guatemala. DEDITOS is designed for like-minded ministries around the world to dub into local languages, particularly those of minority ethnic groups. Enjoy! https://www.dropbox.com/s/j4klqqzotsb204p/Deditos%20project-%202014.mp4
Added by John Gowan on July 23, 2014 at 11:55am — No Comments
Over the years, I have compared notes with hundreds of visual story-tellers and heard their heartache and frustrations with the long, slow slog of the media business. Whatever our context, we all are painfully aware of the seemingly impossible nature of the mission we've been called to. Although I have been privileged with some successes in Hollywood during my…Continue
The Jesus Film Project® has a passion to see new films developed to reach thousands around the world and to help plant 5 million new churches by…Continue
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Sometimes it is the little technologies that make a big difference. My great discovery from 2013 is voice-to-text technology.
I am a reasonable two-handed typist (I'm sure I'm over 25 words a minute), but find I make frequent mistakes and end up being quite inefficient. I had tried to use the…
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Ready for a dirty little media secret? Media content does not really matter. OK – it matters some. But what really matters is having a follow-up strategy in place before undertaking a media strategy. What’s even better is if the follow up strategy is built into your content. This flows from the first little W: “Who is your audience?” Before you write anything, make storyboards, mark on the white board, draw on a napkin, or scribble on a…Continue
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I am Second has just launched a worldwide short film launch in conjunction with soccer’s World Cup—featuring Brazilian soccer star Kaka’.
Kaka's interview, filmed last year with the expectation he would again lead the Brazilian…Continue
Because of low enrollment and other factors, we are postponing the conference in June. We are regrouping with our planning committee to determine next steps for TellitCon. We appreciate your willingness to attend and we would like to have your continued involvement in the future. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email me.
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Executive Director, Online and…
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In America, we live in a time when our stock as "Christians" is trading at an all-time low. We just don't have a generally positive image in the eyes of most non-believers. Gabe Lyons wrote an entire book about this. Here are some of the reasons I don't use the word…Continue
Added by Eric Townsend Schmidt on May 24, 2014 at 8:10am — No Comments
On April 25, 2014 I spoke at Oral Roberts University by Skype in Don Eland's very last class as a professor. What an honor to be with him and his students! Amazing questions! ("What is your greatest regret? How do you know if you…Continue
What does it look like when Christians all over the world stand together in a single moment, make the most of the opportunity and share the gospel?
This is the question we (the yesHEis team) asked ourselves around mid 2013. Our work and ministry operates and revolves around the opportunity the online space give Christians for sharing the gospel. The idea of doing something all at the same time really caught our attention. So over the following months and through lost of prayer, team…Continue
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From November 19-21, 2013 I was a part of the …Continue
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I am forever grateful for the love and care of my mother.
She was a stay at home mom.
She had been an elementary school teacher before I was born.
She taught me many lessons directly and indirectly.
God used her to give me a love of learning.
I came to greatly value libraries.
She encouraged my creative thinking.
God used the prayers of my mother and her friends at a critical time of my life.
Added by John S. Oliver on May 11, 2014 at 10:28am — No Comments
Two years ago, my producing partner, Mitchell Galin, and I set out to create a documentary motion picture which would show audiences a seldom-seen glimpse into the personal stories of Christ-followers in Cape Town, South Africa. The film I had…
Lord God of heaven and earth, I call on Your name.
One of the great mysteries is that Your Word calls believers to pray.
You who are full of grace and mercy teach us to pray to You.
You who is full of lovingkindness involves us in Your plans.
How can I align my mind and heart with You in the mysteries of prayer?
How can I best pray for myself and best…Continue
Added by John S. Oliver on April 29, 2014 at 2:58pm — No Comments
I am from Maryland on the East Coast of the United States.
I moved reluctantly to California (true) in 2000. When we could no longer deny God's calling, we moved here to serve here with The Jesus Film Project in what turned out to be an extraordinary run.
Within six months of moving here, I was a convert. Who needs seasons? I love the 380 days of sunshine a year, access to the beach and the mountains (ok, we're not mountain people) and the moderate climate. …
Story rhetoric expert and VSN screenwriting teacher SJ Murray's long-awaited book on story rhetoric is now available! "Three Act What? Great Story Structure" is the first Nibbles how-to book in Livingston+McKay LLC's digital publishing division. The Blueprint Series of books will…Continue
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