The new “Beyond the Search” series is starting to take shape, with filming currently underway in the United States. “Beyond the Search” Presenters Dannielle Synot, Pastor Geoff Youlden and Pastor Johnny Murison have been on some interesting adventures over the last two months.
“Beyond the Search” is an exciting evangelistic resource that presents the Gospel message in a way that is intriguing and inspiring, without compromising on quality or the message,” says Jared Madden, series producer.
“Beyond the Search” DVD series focuses on the major issues of our day such as globalism, environment and problems in our society
Dannielle has just completed an interview with acclaimed author Archibold Hart, who holds the position of Senior Professor at the Fuller Seminary in Pasedena, California. The episode deals with the issue of guilt and the ability for Christ to free us from it. Other interviews in the series have included personalities such as Brother Yun, Tony Bullimore and previously trapped Beaconsfield miners Brant Webb and Todd Russell.
Available in 2011, the “Beyond the Search” DVD series focuses on the major issues of our day such as globalism, environment and problems in our society.
The original “Search” DVD series, produced over a decade ago, was the most successful evangelistic program in Australia and New Zealand. Building on the success, “Beyond the Search” has much more to offer, with new resources and a comprehensive strategy. “It has the potential for our church to make an impact on secular society more than any other project,” says Jared Madden.
“This form of contemporary documentary has huge potential and appeal to people in our community who are in need of finding hope and purpose. It is exciting to be part of the last day movement, literally taking part in the spreading of the gospel to a dying world,” says Dannielle Synot.
The “Beyond the Search” series is designed for church members to connect and engage with their neighbours by offering subsequent videos in the series. This simple but highly effective process will be a major source for church growth.