24 November 2013

Credit where Credit is Due

by Frank Turk

I realize that this space is normally a burning white-hot two-day Spurgeon homage, but this week we have a few pieces of housekeeping to take care of.  The first one is the video below.  It's one of the stories in the life of evangelist Steve Cha.

Steve Cha is an author, speaker, and evangelist. He is most known for spending three years in Hollywood preaching the gospel message to famous actors, actresses, directors, and musicians. These true stories are documented in Steve’s debut book, Hollywood Mission: Possible, which has been featured on such media outlets like CNN.com, Christian Post, and Korea Times.

Steve graduated with a B.A. in Asian American Studies from the University of California Los Angeles. He currently attends The Master’s Seminary in Sun Valley, CA, where he is currently working towards a Master of Divinity. Steve is a member of SAG-AFTRA One Union, and is founder of Project A-List, a Facebook and Twitter Christian community devoted to saving Hollywood celebrities with the gospel message of Jesus Christ.

Steve is obviously a friend of the blog-family via TMS, but the reason I'm featuring Steve today is simple: Steve is the fellow who shot the video of what happened to Mark Driscoll when he crashed the StrangeFire conference.

Thanks much to Steve for his ministry, and also for his fast-on-his-feet decision to shot about 4 minutes of footage which many of us will find instructive over the next couple of posts.

1 comment:

donsands said...

I like this brother. Very encouraging. He has the humble-boldness we need as disciple of Jesus.

We heard an excellent sermon today in my local church about Peter denying his Lord 3 times. Bottom line was that Peter trusted in himself. And that's what we do way too often.
We need to trust in Christ, and the All powerful Spirit of God, who abides in us, and is ever with us.

Thanks for the post. Shall have to share this.

On a side note, Driscoll for me is a waste of time, and i do think he "may be" a manipulator, but I'm not certain.