I wanted this to be a construction trip, a respite from my typical obligations. Instead, God gave me a defining moment in my life and career.
If we as media professionals are going to call ourselves missionaries, then let us look well to those who have gone before us. I am not speaking of the Lumière brothers, D.W. Griffith, or Hitchcock, nor am I considering the trailblazers of the 21st-century Christian film movement. I am talking about the pioneers of modern missions.
This past October, Tekmerion’s Commander in Chief, Brian, joined a team of like-minded believers on a trip to Zambia. Armed with a brand new Sony A7s II, Brian’s job was to collect footage for promotional material, and interview the gideons involved, both national and international.
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“Could that be C4?” He nodded to her purse.
This simple question was all the fuel my imagination needed. False prophecies of fire, chaos, and death flooded my mind. If I didn’t do something now, my last confession would be a sin of omission. I jumped out of my seat and traded places with my translator, asking her to investigate the woman’s phone.
Brian shot an interview with Glen Keane and Ron Husband, artists and animators who spent many years with Walt Disney Studios. You might know some of Glen’s work — The Little Mermaid, Tarzan, The Beast, Rapunzel… it’s a long list. What you may not know, is that Glen and Ron are disciples of Jesus Christ, and proudly professes their faith.
Tekmerion was delighted and honored to be a part of this beautiful story. We strongly believe legacy builds the future.
“Offense is often taken but seldom given.” I love this quote. Whenever I successfully apply its wisdom to my own relational frictions, it soothes the tension and diffuses the heat. It leaves no room for bitterness and looks for a solution to the problem, not a person to blame.
In 2010, the National Association of Free Will Baptists held a campaign to raise money for international missions efforts. This nation-wide event involved church groups participating in a walk that was just short of almost being considered a half-marathon