Grant and Jennifer Medford have been acting (and acting up!) since they were five years old. The drama bug got them early and hasn’t stopped biting! They‘ve been writing and performing together for almost 20 years and still get the jitters stepping onto the stage. But, their heart is to see God’s Word come to life on the stage and point people to a better understanding of God and His purposes for their lives. With hearts set on God and their eyes set on Hollywood, they build their ministry around the visual and love telling stories that point people to the greater Story of God’s love and redemption.
Grant and Jennifer live in Little Rock, Arkansas where Grant serves as the Student Pastor at The Church at Rock Creek.
A mother talks sentimentally about motherhood amidst the chaos that is “her life”.
Chris is on a journey to search for answers, but can he trust the answer givers?
Customers at a taco restaurant can’t simply order a taco because the rules are too hard and change at random. After being thrown out, they meet a taco vendor who has exactly what they need.
Two high school students wear duct tape over their mouths to make sure they don’t accidentally say something about their faith and offend someone.
A fun way of telling the parable of the talents.
Two teenagers face the consequences of their decisions as the wait for an answer that will completely change their lives.
Bob has an unexpected encounter with Rox, a homeless woman who teaches him about joy.
Here are some amazing stories of Jesus’ victories over demons.
Janna is struggling with the responsibilities of the Christian life. She receives an unexpected visit from Kind David who gives her some encouragement to keep the faith.
A whimsical look at the circus of High School and the pressures students face to give in to pre-marital sex.
A chance encounter at a bus stop teaches Julie about simplifying the Gospel.
A look at God’s question “Whom shall I send” and a challenge to answer the call.
A busy businessman stops to grab a quick lunch and gets much more than he bargained for.