In this episode, filmmaker Jason Pamer shares how he got into filmmaking, his approach to the creative process, and his commitment to excellence in capturing stories on film.
With all of the fun and excitement that Valentine’s Day can bring, it can also provide a tremendous amount of unspoken expectations and pressures that can lead to problems in a relationship. In this episode, Tray and Mel talk love languages, being a student of your spouse, and being a ‘year-round’ Valentine.
In his own refreshing style that blends orthodoxy and controversy, humor and profundity, author Steve Brown points out why it is so difficult for the human heart to accept the freedom offered to us by the Gospel and the ways we try to hide who we really are.
Our enemy loves to keep us alone and isolated in shame, believing the lie that nobody is like us. Sharing our stories of brokenness helps to create the “Me Too” community that leads to healing and lasting change. Carrie boldly shares her story in order to offer hope and help to other females who are currently believing that they are alone and that no one can relate.