18
Dec
2015
Nations Foundation - Missions Media & Journalism

Nations Foundation – Missions Media & Journalism | Episode 20

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Nations Foundation: Missions Media & Journalism

The idea of this non-profit was compelling on its face.

If you got to know me, you would know that I love missions, enjoy creating media — like podcasts and making videos — and was a journalism major in college. We had to learn more about them.

When you listen to this podcast, we want you to totally lose your traditional view of missions, and think of it in a whole new way! This episode paints the picture of a group of “creatives” who share how God is using others around the world to spread God’s love and message in amazing ways. Missions is not always about planting churches in the jungle, running an orphanage, constructions work or medical/dental trips. Listen in today to hear about this group of story-tellers doing what they can to spread the Good News in creative ways.

Where does their passion come from?

What drives them? What makes them want to share others’ stories as a ministry?

When I learned that they are all about Jesus and telling stories of others doing cool things for Jesus — I thought, they are our better half. We do podcasts, and they do video, creative and print — all sharing stories of others walking out, best they can, to love others and share the message of Christ.

Well, today on Project Faith Journey, we got to ask some of those questions, and take a peak behind the curtain of Nations Foundation, asked what it’s life to be on staff, how they are being real in their culture, and asking the bigger questions, and talked about sharing stories of people walking the journey out for Christ…

About our Guest in today’s program:

Beki Vigil
Staff member for Nations Foundation

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Part of the audio of this episode was taken from Nation Foundation’s incredible video, The Orphanless Orphanage. Enjoy:

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Music in this episode was contributed by Kevin Macleod.

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