About the Project
Adventist Frontier Missions needs to get the story out about the great need for pioneer missionaries in unreached people groups around the world. One of the ways we do this is by filming a project in the field and creating a documentary for broadcast TV and DVD. This is a full apprentice position usually offered to student missionaries. When we assign a videographer to a location, he first develops a script, then captures footage and finally manages editing and post production from start to finish.
Through these stories, our goal is to create awareness for AFM projects and missionaries, develop an interest in overseas service, give a clear picture to supporters what mission life is like and show the progress missionaries are making to reached their people group.
Projects completed by former Student Missionaries
- The Gogodala of PNG: In Search of the River of Life
- The Dowa of PNG: The Full Plate
- A Worldview of Difference (AFM’s Unique Approach to Training)
- The Susu Chronicles: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 (Filming only.)
- God is Bigger than the Jaks: The Pnong Project
- Student Missions: The Tai-Kadai Project
- Freeing Thailand & Open Windows: The Khmer Project, Thailand & The Great River People Project, Cambodia (Filming only.)
- The Otammari Project (Part 1): A New Spirit Within
- The Otammari Project (Part 2): Breaking the Curse (Filming only.)
- In His Hands: The Pnong Project
- Mission Through Music: Central Thai Project
- Whatever It Takes: Great River People Project
- Who Is AFM? An Introduction to Our Mission
Are you interested in helping us to tell the AFM story? Call 1-800-937-4236 or email email@example.com.