The works of 17th century Dutch master Rembrandt hang in many of the world’s most prestigious institutions and museums. He is considered by most art historians to be one of the greatest painters in European history. The anniversary of his birth was earlier this month, so I recently took a trip down to the Art Institute of Chicago to learn about this famous painter with Dr. John Walford, Professor of Art History at Wheaton College.
If you’d like to hear the complete 45 minute conversation, click here:
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.
During the summer of 2006 I had the privilege of bringing my family to the African country of Ghana. I had been invited by TheoVision International to do a 10-day seminar on radio broadcasting. While there, I recorded these interviews on this dynamic ministry.
Sometimes for the believer we can struggle with balancing the hope of the new heaven and earth with the uncertainty of what we should do in the here and now. How do we live by the promise of coming paradise with the courage of doing good works for God’s glory while we wait?
In the 1980s and 1990’s an art form emerged out of the Hip-Hop and Rap subcultures known as “Spoken Word”–poetry that tended to be critical in nature regarding social concerns or inequities. Since that time, it has become a popular form of expression for more than protest, but continues to be provocative in its focus.
I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Micah Bournes, a spoken word artist and Senior at the Moody Bible Institute, who uses it as a medium to share the gospel.
There are many helpful books on living the Christian life in stores today. From experiencing God to living the purpose filled life, the Christian publishing industry is alive and well with hundreds of titles geared for discipleship and application.
This conversation with Dr. Michael Vanlaningham, Professor of Bible at the Moody Bible Institute, looks at the book that preceded them all–-the Bible.
As a part of the Easter celebrations last week, millions of people around the world attended passion plays or reenactments of the life, death and resurrection of Christ. Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. has scheduled a play for next week based on the life of Christ that is being hotly protested due to the offensive portrayal of Jesus and His disciples as gay men. Guests include:
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.
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 →