Bamboo, bunting, oriental umbrellas and a scattering of lamps and lanterns set the stage for our latest ‘Experience Burma’ presentations. Consisting of short films, live music and authentic Burmese food, these presentations provided an ideal platform to share some of our recent video projects filmed during Media2Go’13.
In another post, I reflected on God’s faithfulness to us on our ‘sometimes blindfolded’ nomadic journey–a familiar journey to the writer of Hebrews who said, “By faith Abraham, when called to go to a place he would later receive as his inheritance, obeyed and went, even though he did not know where he was going.” […]
One of the foundations of our team is prayer and worship, so it’s no surprise that we’ve been deeply impacted and encouraged as individuals and as a community of ‘creative-types’ through music. Whether it’s on a sunrise beach run or an early morning airport run, music has always been a vehicle for transporting me to a higher place and […]
At the end of our 2012 Media2Go Film Fest, the audience was treated to an unexpected reading of ‘Cambodia: A Prayer for a Nation’, written and performed by John Thomson. His prayer was a fitting conclusion to an evening focused on a nation that has experienced so much turmoil and reminded us of God’s heart and dreams for the future of Cambodia.
In April 2012 we ran our first Media2Go documentary training seminar which included a 2 week docu-trip outreach in Cambodia. We had 8 students from 6 nations, coming to us with a wide range of experience in mission and media. Check out what they have to say about their Media2Go 2012 experience.