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On 29, Apr 2013 | No Comments | In | By sjenkins

Not Who I Was Anymore – Stories of people who have been set free from addiction.

Short films featuring people who have been set free from the slavery of addiction.

To watch the films click on the link below.

On 15, Mar 2012 | In | By sjenkins

Everyday Heroes® Value based films for teachers.

From the writing process, to film production, all the way to branding & design, these 10 inspirational films for teachers & leaders are designed to accompany the 12-14 session HEROES® curriculum for youth.

On your left: A 1:30 minute trailer for the 10 inspirational films.

To order the DVD collection, click on “learn more”.

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On 20, Jan 2012 | In | By sjenkins

MakeYouThink® Value based films for students.

As the founder of MakeYouThink®, Shauna conceptualized, wrote, hosted & produced 12 value-based films for young people. Today the films are sold worldwide to teachers, youth leaders and organizations who work with young people.

On your left: A 40 second trailer for the film “Captive” on the topic of Forgiveness.

To view the rest of the trailers and to find out how to order, click on “learn more”.

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On 20, Jan 2012 | In | By sjenkins

‘Misplaced’ Young Adults & The Church

A film made by young adults in Canada discussing why they don’t like the “institutional” church.

If God’s word and what we believe as Christians is that faith is for anyone at anytime in their life, could it be that we have taught a lot ABOUT God to our students, but we have failed to introduce them TO God so that when they leave for college or university, they KNOW WHO THEY ARE in Christ, and they know WHO THEIR GOD IS; they KNOW the power that is available to them and they have a passion to walk out their calling and purpose according to the DNA God has designed them with?

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On 20, Jan 2012 | In | By sjenkins

‘Journey of Freedom’ Stories of Forgiveness from Aboriginal Canadians

Many of Canada’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit children were sent by the Government to Indian Residential Schools as a way to integrate children into ‘the new culture’ that was being formed. During their time at the schools, many, many brutal atrocities took place including all types of abuse, mostly by clergy men and women, malnutrition and unjust treatment, all because of ethnicity.

As part of a cross-Canada journey, called the ‘Journey of Freedom’, Shauna has begun to document on film, the stories of those who experienced these atrocities and have found freedom through forgiveness.

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