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First look into our work

20 Apr

Working for Jesus Film Harvest Partners has been wonderful, but I digress…

Well, it’s been a few weeks since we started this endeavor, and it’s time we gave you at least a taste of what we are doing. Finding stories, planning trips, writing scripts, and getting all of this approved at a field, regional, and then general superintendent level takes up pretty much ALL of our time.

Well maybe not all, but it’s a lot of work. Penning powerful scripts and hunting for the perfect place to film seemed like the hard part at first, but when we were sitting in a nurse’s office with needles in our arms yesterday, I decided I prefer the first part. I’ve said all of this to say…we are finally getting close to capturing our first story.

Apart from all of the stories in the field waiting to be captured, there is actually so much to do here in Kansas that Sarah and I find ourselves bringing our work home. We both are working non-stop and could not be more grateful, because for the first time in our lives, our work directly aids others in coming to Christ. Here are a few things we have been working on:

  • Sarah is busy every day coordinating our Partner Trips, which allow people travel to the different Jesus Film sites and also bring equipment for the teams. She is also working hard at developing a new marketing campaign for JFHP that should be coming this fall.
  • Over four weeks, I have watched nearly everything that was ever recorded about the Jesus Film. Ever. I have seen everything from aimless film of people’s feet to moving footage of people seeing Jesus for the first time. I have also started working on new videos for the website, Nazarene Youth Conference, and sponsorship events called World Challenges. Below, check out just a small sample of one video I have started. The purpose of the video will be to inform people about the “behind the scenes” work that goes into preparing and sending off Jesus Film equipment.
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