THIS IS What We Do:
Below are a number of selections of past work we have done. Take your time and browse, we hope you enjoy our work and are encouraged by it!
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The Human Project is...
... a new award-winning video series by Apologetics Canada and Power to Change. This four part series, filmed on four continents, explores the gospel through culturally relevant and important questions about what it means to be human.
Screening August 2019 at the
Franklin International Indie Film Festival
Run the North is a documentary film that brings the Polar Bear Marathon to the screen... an extreme marathon which takes place in the 'Polar Bear Capital of the World'. Each year, the run brings together a unique collection of adventurers, each with fascinating stories to tell...
Run the North is a documentary about the Polar Bear Marathon, an extreme adventure marathon which takes place at the end of November in the sub-zero temperatures of Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. Each year, a motley group of adventurers gather to challenge this extreme cold weather marathon in Canada's wild north. Each individual has their own incredible story of what is driving them to do something most people would consider crazy, and along the way an unexpected story emerges of reconciliation between two estranged communities.
Churchill is known as the 'Polar Bear Capital of the World', making the bears another aspect that adds to the intrigue of running in this isolated, frozen wilderness landscape. The Polar Bear Marathon is organized by Albert and Edna Martens, and is a way for them to raise awareness and support for their work in remote First Nations communities, where they have an incredible positive impact.
The movie is screening at the Franklin International Indie Film Festival in Tennessee in August, 2019. It has been televised on ShawTV across Manitoba, and screened in Churchill (MB), Tadoule Lake (MB), Whitehorse (YT), Vancouver (BC) and premiered at the Real to Reel Film Festival in Winnipeg (MB). It also received coverage in the Abbotsford News and The Trailbreaker with Loren McGinnis on CBC North. Run the North is listed on IMDb.
In a film genre that often highlights the many things wrong with the world and can sometimes get depressing, Run the North is breath of fresh, positive air!
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From Shorts to Docs...
We love making films, and are blessed to be able to do what we love for The One we love. As time permits, we are working toward producing both dramatic and documentary content, with some soon to be released projects.
We hope you enjoy the following selections...
From Planting to Harvest
The 11 ministries of Power to Change go out into the world and spread the gospel; equipping Christians for the work of ministry. From the streets of North American cities to the deserts of far away lands, we are going about our Father's business, seeing His kingdom come and His will being done... together.
Highlighting Ministries, Events & Projects
Here are a few examples of our promotional video work:
Truth is Stranger than Fiction
Nothing is more encouraging than real life stories. Accounts of personal growth and victory through the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ.
Providing Tools to Those in the Field
With better tools and better training, better results are probable in any type of work. The work of ministry is no exception.
We partner with the 11 ministries of Power to Change to produce compelling and relevant training content in many different forms and styles, according to the needs and requests of each ministry.
You know what they say about 'All Work And No Play'...
Sometimes with internal videos we need to have some fun. The nature of our work is serious and life-changing, but every once in a while we have the opportunity to let our hair down, so-to-speak, and just have some good fun doing something offbeat. These projects also let us play with effects and things that stretch us as filmmakers.
There are a lot of inside jokes here since, as we mentioned, these are internal videos. But if you take the time to view them, we hope they give you a smile.