This past weekend there was a second fundraiser for Greg Wallace. God richly blessed the evening as we raised more than $12,000 for additional medical expenses. Here’s the post from the first fundraiser…
Which Pie is Best? Photo courtesy of Trivium Pursuit
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Jesus said that His disciples would be known by their love. This feature highlights a benefit fundraiser for Greg Wallace that illustrates what Christian community looks like for someone in need. I hope that it challenges you to look for ways to bring loving community to those in need around you…my thanks to Laurie and Harvey Bluedorn, Greg Wallace and his family, Dick Moeller, Melody and Jason Hemmer, Paige Christiansen, Sage Dahlby and Pamela Butler for participating in this feature.
A two-part series I produced in 2008 on the Family Integrated Church movement:
Click here for the first feature on the Family Integrated Church (9:45):
Click here for an extended version of the second feature on the Family Integrated Church (16:40):
From the early church councils and creeds to the revivals in colonial America, the church is constantly being called back to those things which are most important. This feature with Doug Phillips, Scott Brown, Jeff Pollard and Voddie Baucham highlights a movement of reform occuring in the church today.
For more information regarding the National Center for Family Integrated Churches, click here.
There was a lot of attention given to the abortion issue during the recent Health Care Reform debates. While the reform bill was passed, there are a number of resulting legislative movements addressing this important issue in its wake.
Today’s feature is from Scott Visk, one of my radio production students at the Moody Bible Institute. He produced this piece for me in November and Prime Time America is airing it this week as a part of his internship.
It features a coffee shop on Chicago’s North side that is doing what it can to improve the life of coffee producers. Tim Taylor is the founder of Coffee Ambassadors and is Scott’s guest. If you’re interested in any of their product, you can visit their website.
After the devastating earthquake in Haiti, there are thousands of orphans who have truly lost everything. In one moment, all they knew was taken away. For many of these children, they have never had the chance to say goodbye.
Doug Phillips in cooperation with local pastors returned to Haiti earlier this month to organize a memorial service for more than 100 orphans.
The top news story of the day is of course the passage of the health care bill so hotly debated over the last few months. The passage of the bill causes a number of concerns for faith-based clinics and doctors, but this feature takes a look at a unique ministry that may be impacted adversely by the bill as well.
Most of us as believers understand the scriptural and moral grounds against using and/or producing pornography. There is a growing body of research which suggests that the use of pornography — especially Internet pornography — can damage people of all ages, negatively impacting relationships, productivity, and happiness (confirming what many religious advocacy groups have been stating for years).
If you are interested in ministry resources for reaching out to those struggling with pornography addiction, click here.
Here is one part of the interview with Mary Eberstadt which wasn’t included in today’s feature on the use of the term “porn.”
Here is a portion of the interview with Mary Anne Layden which I couldn’t fit into today’s feature on what motivates pornography providers.
Here is a music video produced by one of my former students, Sam Sanchez. The video has been a powerful tool in convicting men secretly struggling with pornography and was featured in a CBS expose on Internet Pornography (viewer discretion advised):
Godly womanhood is under attack in our culture. How do we as dads protect and encourage our daughters in the midst of the battle? One part of the answer is strong relationships between fathers and daughters.
I graduated from Moody in 1993 and began working for Moody Radio in Chicago until 1999, when I began teaching radio broadcasting at the Moody Bible Institute. I received my Masters degree in Communications from Northern Illinois University in 2003 in Historical Documentary Filmmaking. And since June, 2008, I have been serving Prime ... Continue reading →