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This is part 1 in a series of 8 vignettes created as bumpers and transitions during a large conference. They were based on the popular Sonic commercials and used a lot of "inside" humor to transition from one conference session to the next. A speaker set up the series by explaining that "...we have to keep an eye on some of our staff" so we placed secret surveillance cameras in their car. This was filmed recording on three cameras and was edited by Matt Minor.
This is a short, historical overview of how e3 Partners developed the EvangeCube. This unique tool was created to provide visual depictions of the Christian Gospel as an aid for sharing the most powerful story ever told. It is especially useful in cross cultural settings and with oral learners. The video was constructed from interviews we filmed for a longer form documentary on the history of e3 Partners Ministry on the occasion of their 25th anniversary.
This is number 6 in a series of 8 conference announcements we produced to keep participants informed of schedule and logistics information during a 2-day conference. This one kicked off an early morning session. I wanted to post it as an example of a technical effect called chroma key. (live motion video keyed over a background graphic still image or rolling video source).
This project was shot on location in Lesotho and was produced in collaboration with our ministry partners at AIM's On-Field Media team. It documents the impact of years of deep plowing resulting in declining crop yields and devastating erosion. It goes on to tell the story of AIM missionaries who are training pastors and farmers - teaching the farming methods taken from creation - helping them turn the tide on hopelessness, poverty and despair. See how proper farming methods not only prevent erosion and improve crop yields, but also restore peoples' dignity and their relationship with God, themselves, their communities and their land.
Was shot on location in Lesotho and produced in collaboration with our ministry partners at AIM's On-Field Media team. This project tells the story of a unique, but marginalized people group and an effort to bring them the Gospel using their orate literacy skills.
"It is our goal to establish an orate Bible School where shepherds can learn Bible Stories and the theology that surrounds them so they can reach other shepherds in the remote mountains where they spend most of their lives."
- John Barry, AIM Missionary
Shiloh is no ordinary dog. She has an important mission in support of her owner Les Castro to impact lives of young people struggling to come to terms with and learn from the consequences of bad choices in their lives. “Shiloh’s Tale” is the story of a unique dog and her owner as they partner together to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to at-risk and incarcerated young people. It shows that no matter what your interests are in life, if you dedicate them to God, He will provide a way to use them for His Glory.