About twice a year I produce videos for a couple non-profit organizations in Henderson, Kentucky. I have a heart and passion to tell stories. No, not lies and bad stuff, but stories of peoples lives, their hardships, their recovery, their plight. I’ve been doing these videos for many years for the jail ministry at the Henderson County Detention Center’s Good News Jail & Prison Ministry and for Marsha’s Place Pregnancy Resource Center.
The Good News Jail & Prison Ministry at the Vandeburgh County Jail in Evansville, In. asked me to do their banquet video this year. It’s on boxer Jamie “Jimmy” Campbell who, after years in and out of prisons in England and America, fully came to know Jesus as Lord during his last stay in the Vandeburgh County Jail:
Marsha’s Place celebrates their 20th year this year. Below is a video of 3 ladies who have been past or present clients of the pregnancy resource center:
A life of drugs and crime left Luke in jail for most of his life as a youth and young adult. However God had other plans. Through a series of decisions, God-directed decisions, Luke is now in college and headed into the ministry. Check out Luke’s story in the video below:
Marsha’s Place is devoted to helping women of all ages to choose life for their unborn babies. Their staff falls in love with every client that comes through their doors seeking help, advice or a soft shoulder to lay their burdens on.
This video, called Stayin’ Clean, is about such a women. She came to Marsha’s Place abortion-minded. Take a look at this 13 minute video to see how things turned out…
Below is a video I made for the Good News Jail & Prison Ministry’s annual 2010 fund raising banquet on L’Pree Collins, a lady who got out of jail in time to marry her fiance before he died of cancer. Collins also went through the Good News ministry while in jail.