Once Broken: Episode Two of the Wilderness Trekking Series

Raising support makes life crazy. My last post today posted without anything in the body of the post. This reminded me that I failed to get online today to update the latest in the Wilderness Trekking Series.

This was created using a tablet, a smart phone, and the woman’s own smart phone as mine ran out of room. For the next series, I have ordered a camcorder with a 32 Gigabyte memory card. It’s a cheap camcorder as I have not raised the support yet to run full time ministry. On a church secretary’s salary, I am barely supporting my websites as it is through God’s generosity.

So be praying me to 100% support by March, 2017.

Do You Really Know Your Area?

This video was created at my job a year or so ago. I asked a sincere question on a Facebook group that was created for the community in which I live. The hardest part was staying objective through the research process. The end result was a fantastic video that I sometimes still use today when helping a church design a personalized online ministry. The other result was seeing the responses from people. If I was not making a video, I would have participated in a discussion with them. Please enjoy the video.

July Wilderness Trekking Video (Episode 2)

Episode two of the Wilderness Trekking Video Series will be available on my Youtube channel about mid-July. Our focus is a married couple this time who will share an amazing story.

I wish I could tell you the question given to them to answer on our video. I can tell you that we will be hiking the Mingus Mountains.

The Wilderness Trekking Video series, if you are new here, is a series of videos about 2-6 minutes in length that features the trail and the story of the individual we take hiking.

Again, we don’t care if you wish to share the video with your friends privately or share the video in front of a church or a group. We create so we can give freely and generously.

Of course, we wouldn’t be able to create without the generosity of a community of artists who create the music we add to it. Check out Free Music Archive!

Social Media Tip: #FathersDay

Father’s Day is this today. In a time when we like to re-define the word father as meaning anything and anyone, I hold to the traditional definition. A father, whether single or married, who adopted or whose child is biologically theirs, that showed up every day, worked hard to provide for his family to the best of his ability; yes, that is the father we celebrate today. If you are a mother, you have your own day. Today, let’s put aside our anger towards the ones that let us down, and honor the ones who showed up.

You can even stay off social media if Fathers Day is unpleasant for you or celebrate with others that good fathers do exist. Try to keep it positive today.


Wilderness Trekking Series

The timeline for the Wilderness Trekking Series:

  • May 30: Interview with Jenna Baus and hike.
  • May 30-June 3: Editing of video and approval by Jenna of final edit.
  • June 4: Posting of Episode One on Youtube.

Please pray for good weather and time to edit the video before Saturday, June 4 in time to get approval and post it publicly. I am really excited about this series because it shows what God is doing in and through other people. I hope you will leave comments on the videos. I hope you will share them with your friends.