Cliff sits down with modern day hero of the faith, co-founder of Youth With A Mission Loren Cunningham.
Loren Cunningham’s life has been devoted to sharing the Gospel to every nation. He travels continually to 30-40 countries each year, and he has visited every country on earth.
It all started when Loren was a 20-year-old Bible college student. He was in the Bahamas on a singing tour. As Loren spent time in prayer, he was leaning back in his bed when he got a “mental movie.” He “saw” waves on a map. These waves then turned into young people going into every continent and sharing the Gospel. Four years later, in 1960, he started Youth With A Mission (YWAM).
In almost 50 years, YWAM has become one of the largest Christian mission organizations in the world. Loren believes that every Christian is a missionary and that there needs to be a “deregulation” of missions. He believes we need to change the way we view and conduct missions. Missions can be done anywhere one is, especially in the marketplace.
Loren and Cliff also chat about the challenges and blessings of age, and how people have to create a "mountain list" instead of a "bucket list."
Cliff talks Good Battle with Day of War Stuntman Adrian Hein who has been in movies over 50 movies, including "300," "Fantastic 4," "Olympus Has Fallen," "Godzilla," "X-Men," "The Jungle Book" and more.
Cliff Graham's inagural Podcast and who better to kick it off with than the film Director of Day of War David L. Cunningham who has criss-crossed the globe, from the most remote island in the world - Pitcairn Island - to the outback of Australia, the deserts of North Africa, and most recently into the heart of the Amazon.
Besides David's many documentary credits, he has directed seven movies -
BEYOND PARADISE (Independent), TO END ALL WARS (Goldcrest/Fox), LITTLE HOUSE (ABC - Wonderful World of Disney), THE PATH TO 9/11 (ABC/Disney), AFTER...(First Look), THE SEEKER (Fox/Walden), and most recently HAKANI (SBT).
Take a peek behind the scenes to see where we are at in the movie making process on Day of War. Thanks for joining the Good Battle Podcast.