2010 In Review
Just a few more weeks and 2010 will be behind us… kind of hard to believe, isn’t it? It seems like only yesterday we were all abuzz with Y2K and now a decade is behind us. What a year this has been! I think I will remember this year for the incredible opportunities we have had all over the world. This has been the year of travel with stops in Uganda, England, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and of course numerous locations across these United States.
In addition to sharing the standard lineup of presentations, I have been busy writing a new one. After 36 years of telling mostly other people’s stories (or stories I have made up), I am going to begin telling my stories. There is a great need for all of us to tap in to our stories–it really is a big part of who we are. I hope you can be a part of one of the first audiences when this new show is added to the lineup sometime in early 2011! We also have had excellent responses to the short videos we have produced. Our “There Goes Bob” video series is growing in popularity not only in the USA but around the world!
While we have had a busy year, it has also been one with challenges. Our artist pool is down to just myself and Steve Wilent. Finding bookings has been difficult in this economy, with many churches saying “we would love to have you but are just too financially strapped at this time.” While we continue to work in partnership with World Vision, we have noticed a drop in the number of child sponsors we were able to obtain.
Yet we carry on, confident that this is the task that God has called us to. One thing that has helped to make it possible for us to continue is the generous support of people who have blessed us with prayers and financial gifts. Because of that support we are able to continue to serve churches for a much smaller honorarium, and many for just whatever they can afford.
Thank you to all of you who have faithfully supported us. I know it is not always easy. As you reflect on your past year and look forward to 2011, we would be so very honored and blessed if you would consider a gift to Master’s Image Productions. We would be especially grateful if you could support us on a regular basis with a monthly pledge (and if you are already doing that, thank you!). We couldn’t do what we do without the help of friends like you! Your gifts to Master’s Image Productions are tax-deductible. You can mail them to our address below or make an online donation via PayPal here: Donate to MIP
May God bless you and yours this Christmas and in 2011!
Serving the Lord dramatically,
Master’s Image Productions
P.O. Box 903
Salem, OR 97308
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