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Coming Soon: “Expecting”

Evangelina is seventeen. Her son, Austin, is due in April. In our upcoming film we learn her story and watch a church community discover what it means to love their neighbor through an uncertain season. Meet Evangelina in this short trailer for “Expecting.”

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Tasty

Luis heard from Jesus in a bathroom. He died and woke in a desert of ash. Now he lives in Doraville, Georgia with his family, and says that every breath is “tasty.” The Storyboard team joined him in his apartment to learn his story of sin, death, and new life.

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Scenes from the Wilderness

A story by Tim Isaacson// November, 2004 Here’s me, ten years ago this month. I’m in an office in a suburban church, getting ready for an elder’s meeting. You may not believe it’s me because I still have black hair and no lines in my face.  But you’ll recognize the naïve enthusiasm.  The nervous look […]

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Harvest

We are honored to hear and share the story of Zebedee R. Hinton, born to a farming family in Aliceville, Alabama. He looks back over a storied life and shares wisdom gained through long years of patience and faith.

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Kinda Funny Like That

a story by Jake Warren // A few years ago, on a warm Saturday afternoon, we did an open mic at church. The crowd was predictably sparse, but a few folks made the afternoon memorable. Ian North and Josh Feit played guitars and a couple of people sang and did other performances. Britt was one […]

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Upside Down

A poem by Catie Spencer // They filter in softly Sweet small mice Need, little eyes expectant Liquid pools in smooth faces Always hoping My heart clenches I don’t want to carry, so inadequate I pray May Baca leak joy And Achor be a door May Marah become Elim Jezreel be planted And Nazareth produce […]

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Ignacia

This Mother’s Day, we honor Ignacia, a mom who loves her children well and whose home is a haven to kids throughout our neighborhood. Her story reminds us that whether we have much or little, it is a beautiful thing to spend it loving others.

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