podcast show notes | episode 056 | the power of telling stories with t.c. christensen
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056: The Power of Telling Stories with T.C. Christensen
T.C. Christensen is an extraordinary filmmaker who tells stories through film. BP might have called him the “godfather of uplifting entertainment.” Well, we get him all to ourselves for this episode! We talk about his work as a filmmaker, we talk about who his hero is in the filmmaking industry, and we delve into his newest film: The Fighting Preacher, talking about the storyline, how the movie came to be, and the beautiful lessons we can learn from it. You’ll love this behind-the-scenes look at T.C.’s work and learning the importance of telling stories.
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There is great power in telling a true, faith-based story. -T.C. Christensen
The things you defend and fight for are the things you love best. -Rebecca Bean
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