Film & Media
Imagine standing in front of a multitude - an audience so large that you are unable to count them. All mobile phones have been silenced, as the onlookers hold their breath in anticipation. As they wait they cannot help but wonder, "Will this message challenge me? Will it change me? Can it captivate my thoughts and emotions?
The knowledge you hold within yourself, is a story that longs to be told. With creative excellence you desire to engage your audience that they would believe what they have waited their whole life to hear.
This is the exciting challenge that lies before you, the filmmaker. You are the storyteller. You hold a truth that must be shared. You must share it in a creative and strategic way. There is a truth waiting to be told, a story waiting to be written, a creator waiting to direct you.
In the midst of the chaos that surrounds there is a stillness, where you are quiet, and you understand that you are called to something beyond yourself. Welcome to the World of Influence, The Film Industry...
Stories are Powerful
Tuesday, 02 December 2014 14:00
I’ve sat through many different missions presentations lately. I should be able to tell you how many people in the world haven’t heard the name of Jesus, what the top missionary sending nations are, and the estimated size of the underground church in China. But to be honest, these numbers escape me. However, I can remember the stories of a Buddhist monk in Thailand meeting Jesus as the Bible was shared with him, of a migrant’s dream to return to his home nation and start a charity focused on mother and child healthcare, and of a missionary’s miraculous escape from a death sentence in Albania in the 1970‘s.
Steiger Reports Successful 'SLOT' Festival in Poland
Friday, 06 August 2010 16:41
In the 1980's a YWAM evangelist named David Pierce began setting his sights on the punk rockers in Amsterdam. A band called "No Longer Music" was formed and a ministry called "Steiger" (www.steiger.org) which spread it's wings, leaving the YWAM nest to form an international music and arts network reaching secular young people.
Kona Introduces Center Stage
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 17:53
In Kona Hawaii a team of innovators are pioneering a new concept in Performing Arts. It's called Center Stage. Traditionally students could be heavily involved in the studio for their Performing Arts schools and then have to be totally out of the studio during the Bible courses or worldview courses. Center Stage I, II offers both courses concurrently...