After an 8 hour drive from Nairobi to Samburu Kenya, we settled in rested, and Sunday morning went out to witness a baptism, and visit several HIV/Aids patients who recently received Buckets from BGR. They shared how the contents had helped their situations, and also learned from their caregivers what a big help it had been. These people had such strong hopeful smiles, even in the face of death. Please visit http://gobgr.org for more information on how you can get involved with the bucket project!
We’ve been doing some media related work with Baptist Global Response for the past year, specifically with the Bucket Project. As it has grown to many states with the USA, there’s been a big need to show the people helping; the people being helped, and hear their powerful stories. We will be in several African countries, working with BGR partners, following them into remote areas delivering hope, in the form of a simple bucket with some supplies to help the dying and the ones caring for them. Through the aid of interpreters, we’ll record some of the stories of hope, and the changes experienced through the buckets.
A look at the roots of BGR’s Hospice Kit bucket project. BGR visited Franklin and Paula Kilpatrick who head up the Bucket Project for the state of Texas during one of their church’s many large scale packing parties. This particular occasion they were filling a container with 750 buckets heading to Kenya. For more information, visit gobgr.org/buckets
We have been blessed to be a part of promoting the work of Baptist Global Response’s Bucket Project over the past year. We started with an instructional video on how to pack the buckets, and went to Kansas City to document one church’s efforts to fill an emergency order going to Mozambique. Watch the newest story on Raytown Baptist Church’s Challenge!
We then traveled to Houston, TX to document another church filling a container to go to East Africa, and are working on that story now. We hope to continue telling the stories not only of whats taking place overseas in third world countries; but in the stats as well, as members of local churches are joining together, making a difference, one bucket at a time!
We have just produced a short new film that shows how to pack a BGR Hospice Bucket. Find out more about the bucket Project here: http://gobgr.org/buckets There’s now a link for Vimeo Video Projects on the Bucket page as well for you to download the videos to share with your church or organization.
We have been hard at work for the past several months on a project for the CSRA RESA Consortium, a group of 8 school districts located in and around the CRSA (Augusta, Ga) areas. This PSA began running the end of May 2013 and is being used to promote CTAE (Career Technical and Agricultural Education)
In addition, separate DVDs are being produced for each school (there are actually 13 schools receiving DVDs). These DVDs will be used to help promote CTAE and give upcoming freshmen a better idea of what they can sign up for in the upcoming school year.
This was part of a promotional video series for 13 CSRA area school districts. This was Burke County’s promotional.
The CTAE mission is to equip students with the fundamental technical, academic, and leadership skills they will need for their further education and future careers.
MORE INFORMATION ON CTAE IS AVAILABLE HERE: http://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/CTAE/Pages/default.aspx
Back in 2005 we were approached about the possibility of doing a promotional film for Shepherd’s Hill Academy, and began to get to know Trace and Beth and the many other great staff members at Shepherd’s Hill, we have continued to be involved with them throughout the years and were asked to come back and do a new Promotional Film this past Autumn. We completed the film in August of 2013 , and are really excited to see it being used as a great tool to help them better promote the work God is doing through this great ministry!
This is a commercial produced for Capital Furniture Company located in Waynesboro, Ga
This past September, I traveled to Kiev to work on a promotional film for Kiev Theological Seminary, and my pastor (who accompanied me) taught at KTS, I worked on a video promoting the Church Planting program that is now a major at the seminary. This is the finished piece. The finished DVD has Russian subtitles, so it can be sent to Russian speaking areas throughout the former Soviet Union to attract future students. It will also be used to raise awareness and support for the school, as well as spreading the word about the need visiting professors. Learn more about Kyiv Theological Seminary here
UPDATE: May 8, 2012 Learned that the footage will be used for IMB’s 2012 Convention in Greece this summer! They will be presenting the Church Plant program as a successful program reaching far into formerly dark areas. Very excited to see the program receive this level of attention!