Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Digital Film Camp
This year’s camp will take place July 5 – 9. If you are interested in filmmaking or considering a career in media, this camp is perfect for you. Students will have access to the latest in digital technology. During the week, you will write, produce, shoot, and edit your own short film. Classes will be lead by industry professionals, including several who are involved in producing and creating motion pictures. This is the chance you have been waiting for, your opportunity to explore your passion for media and filmmaking.
What makes Media Missionary School unique is that all classes are taught from a faith-based perspective. If you believe you may have a calling to be a media missionary, this class is a must. For more information, you can contact Harold Hay at email@example.com. Or go to the Vineyard’s event page at https://vinenet.net/vc/mvbanner.php?p=event.php&id=2675&x=1&pg=17 to register.
Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. No prior experience is necessary.
Biola Media Conference
If you have never heard of the Biola Media Conference, then I’d like to introduce you to one of the most important gatherings of Christian industry professionals who work in the entertainment industry in Hollywood. This year’s conference takes place on May 1 at CBS Studios in Los Angeles and features the theme Worlds Collide, Finding Answers in Today’s Media Chaos. Media Missionary School plans on attending this year’s event and will be conducting video interviews for our website.
The line-up of special speakers and panelists is very impressive. Phil Cooke, Brian Godawa, Mark Zoradi, and Ralph Winter are just a few of the many industry professionals who will be speaking. This an important event to Media Missionary School. I have an immediate need to raise $800 in order to make this trip a reality. Any donations will be appreciated. For your convenience you can give online at our website mediamissionaryschool.com through PayPal. Also all of your contributions are tax deductible through Flannelgraph Ministries, which is a 501c3 nonprofit corporation.
A Media Culture, Crisis or Opportunity
If you have been reading my blog, then you know I have just written a book called, A Media Culture, Crisis or Opportunity, The Rise of the Media Missionary. I am in that place on my journey where I have to wait on God. It is a place where I have to live by faith and trust God.
The book is finished and is being currently read by a few trusted advisers. I am waiting on their input and will make revisions according to their directions. I feel this book was inspired by the Holy Spirit. I ask for your prayers and help in getting this book published. Believe me, the odds look overwhelming. But I am totally convinced that A Media Culture, Crisis or Opportunity is a fresh, innovative look at a critical issue we all face. It is a book of hope that offers practical solutions.
Help me make this book a reality. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for any suggestions about publishing or financial support. You may be the next step, and God may be speaking to you to become a part of this project. I am waiting on God, and he may be waiting on you.