I was on this podcast, Shekinah Publishing.
It was a great time. In Part One I gave my personal testimony of my faith in Hollywood and writing novels with an eye toward subverting the culture with positive Christian faith.
Here is Part One
In part two, I talk about having a positive Christian vision for culture rather than the defeatist approach.
So many Christians are overcome by the vast evil in this world, and it is really there.
But how do you live the Bible truth that “Greater is he that is in you than he that is in the world”?
Here is Part Two
Check them out. These are real heartfelt discussions.
This is a great interview with Bunny Pounds about real Christian engagement in culture and the arts.
We discuss why Christians fail to have impact, and how we can better do so.
In a way that is engaging and not merely judgmental and dismissive.
Watch or listen here
(I love her name. Bunny Pounds. It’s like the perfect balance of love and justice)
This was an interesting interview with Celeste Solum, who explores wild stuff.
I talked about the supernatural worldview in the Bible and it’s application to my novel series.
And then a bit about Hollywood and worldviews.
Watch it here on Rumble
I had this first part interview with Ricky Pope of Christian Nerds Unite about my spiritual warfare novels.
Which is cool, cause I’m kind of a Christian Nerd myself, so I felt at home!
You’re gonna enjoy this one.
Listen or watch here:
I had a unique interview with a fellow writer about my understanding of Christianity and storytelling.
Breaking into Hollywood, breaking into self-publishing and following God’s opportunities over your personal dreams.
Watch or listen here
Jeff and Summit Ministries are deep thinking and helpful in making sense of our world.
Award-winning screenwriter, director, and author Brian Godawa reveals the struggles of Hollywood, how all stories implicitly deliver worldviews, and staying true to Christ in everything we do.
His journey as a storyteller, first in Hollywood, then as a best-selling author.
Watch it here
Nate Sala is one of my favorite interviewers.
This is his podcast Wise Disciple.
He asks me about my new book Moses: Against the Gods of Egypt, Nephilim and Watchers.
As well as my experience in Hollywood. He give questions no one else does.
Watch it here.
I did this detailed podcast with Chris Mohr, a fellow storytelling professional about Pandemic Movies.
There are 3 parts. I promise it’s all fascinating, if you love movies, and especially pandemic movies, like viruses and zombie apocalypses.
Listen to the first episode here.
But it will also show you a playlist for the next two episodes.
Here are the topics:
Episode 1: Pandemic Movies: Viruses, Achoo!
00:00 Intro to Brian and Chris
09:45 Pandemic Movies and God
Episode 2: Pandemic Movies: The Zombie Apocalypse Part 1
03:30 Horror genre
18:00 Zombie genre
39:20 Night of the Living Dead
56:00 28 Days Later
68:00 Twilight Zone
77:00 28 Weeks Later
Episode 3: Pandemic Movies: The Zombie Apocalypse Part 2
00:00 Intro Horror
04:10 I am Legend Novel
05:40 The Last Man on Earth
12:50 The Omega Man
26:10 I Am Legend
53:20 Race in Movies
60:00 The Walking Dead
77:00 Writers controlling their writing
80:20 Walking Dead part 2
I had a great interview with Clark Weidner on the issue of Hollywood worldviews and how they affect us.
A little about my own journey of underrtanding as well.
This is a great summary of very important issues for Christians who love movies and TV.
Read the script. Imagine the movie.
Screenplays as Literature Series are movie scripts published for readers to enjoy concise storytelling with a twist.
Scripts are blueprints for producing films. Longer than a short story. Shorter than a novel.
You’ll learn how to read a script so you can watch the movie in your mind as you read the story on the page.
I have 12 plus books in this series, in many genres like Historical Epics, Fantasy, Thrillers, Crime Detective and even a family time traveling comedy!
I have read screenplays for many years because I am a screenwriter. But I realized that you don’t have to be a screenwriter to enjoy the power of a screenplay.
It’s more concise and economic storytelling, so it moves at a fast pace.
It paints in a broader brush than a scene in a novel, but it captures depth of character through dialogue and actions like no other medium of writing.
Every word in a screenplay counts and has meaning. So they can actually be quite deep while being shorter reads.
If you haven’t read a screenplay (or if you have), try one of your favorite genres in the Screenplays as Literature Series.
You might find a new kind of storytelling that is different from short stories or long novels, but in a fascinating fresh new way!
Check out the series here.