Episode 40 – What Can You Do With 45 Minutes?

What Can You Do With 45 Minutes? The average teen consumes 53 hours of media each week. Compare that to the time it would take the average reader to finish the entire bible. Are you ready for this? It takes only about 75 hours! Phillip Telfer shares about how...

Episode 39 – Presenting the Message of Peace

Presenting the Message of Peace Whether you’re an aspiring Christian filmmaker or a Christian in any other vocation with a heart for the lost, it is important to be clear in the message of the Gospel.  What are you trying to say?  What do you want your audience to...

Episode 36 – Dear Santa…Oh Dear!

Dear Santa...Oh, Dear! Each year billions of dollars are spent on gifts in the weeks leading up to Christmas.  Many children have had their wish-lists made well in advance in hopes of getting the latest and greatest toys, gadgets, and video games to add to their...

Episode 35 – Give Thanks

Give Thanks Thanksgiving is a time to gather as a family to give thanks to the Lord for the many blessings that He gives.  In many homes that is not the focus of the day if it is even mentioned at all.  Phillip Telfer encourages us to acknowledge God and His...

Episode 34 – Cellphone Etiquette?

Cellphone Etiquette? Have you ever had a hard time connecting with someone in a face-to-face conversation because they are busy connecting with others remotely?  All of us could list times this has happened to us and how it made us feel.  How are our relationships...

Episode 32 – Media Boundaries in the Home?

Many of us take full advantage of the benefits that modern media and technology have to offer in our daily lives and work.  Often, tech savvy individuals find it hard to disengage from media at home and consequently their relationships suffer.   In a revised policy...

Episode 31 – Prepare Your Minds for Action

We are instructed to have well trained minds for the purpose of action in God’s kingdom.  With our attention divided by the distractions of today’s media, focusing on that task can be hard to do.  Really, focusing on any task can become difficult.  How do media...