Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Her Number One Fear In Life....

This is Christina from a couple weeks ago when I went to Texas Christian University. She was on The Way of the Master Radio and it went well! She told me that her number one fear, in life, was failing. She didn't want to be a failure, nor did she want to fail anyone.
But after Ray Comfort took her through the 10 Commandments she got of the phone and told me, "I have been afraid to fail in life and Ray told me that I failed the One that mattered most!" I think she saw clearly that she had failed God and violated his standards of righteousness. It was as if a large light went on in her head. Thank God for the Savior and that their is hope for Christina. She truly heard the Gospel that day.

I asked her, "When was the last time you read the bible. " "I have not picked it up in over TWO years." She bashfully admitted. I followed up with her about the brevity of life--and how to get right with God immediately.

Listen to the full segment on The Way of the Master Radio. It starts about 20 minutes into the hour January 10, 2008 - Hour 2

Watch six short video short clips from both segments that day:

1. Before we hit the streets at the home office :-)

2. What it looks like trying to find someone to be on the radio nerve racking

3. While on air.

4. Found Christina--yippee! Take a sneak peak right as I find her.

5. This happens almost every time!

6. Christina after being on the air.


NYC said...

How cool! God's mercy and providence is amazing :)

pastorbrianculver said...

thank you for posting these video's. That is great. My friend and I want to do that here, I have a quick question for you.

when you put someone on film like that do you have to get them to sign a waver or something for their permission. Not sure how that works.

thanks again, love your segments!

Fish with Trish said...

Hi Brian,

Thanks for the encouragement.

When I film I usually always ask something like this (while the camera is rolling) "Do I have your permission to use your person, image, etc." and then I have them consent to give me their permission on camera. I don't use a waiver or anything of that sort.


pastorbrianculver said...

that's a good idea, thanks!

WayneDawg said...

Trish -

I'm thinking about using a recorder the next time I'm out witnessing.

Would I use the same line like you told Pastor Brian for digital recordings? I'm getteing ready to lead for the second time the WOTM Foundation course at my church and it would be great to have some recordings of my own for them to listen to,


Fish with Trish said...

Hi Wayne,

Yes that same line would be fine for audio recording as well. Obviously with out saying "person" or "image" you could say "voice". Thanks for asking!

pastorbrianculver said...

here is another question along the same line of thinking.

I did an outdoor revival back in October of 2007. We video taped it. Mostly it was aimed at me but during the course of the sermon, the camera would pan the audience. Do we need to get permission slips from each person that was there in order to post it on godtube or on my blog? None of them are talking, they are just sitting there listening.

thanks for the help
God bless

Fish with Trish said...

Hi Brian,

Nope you don't need permission. Thanks for checking!

pastorbrianculver said...

Thank you, I appreciate your help!