Behind the Scenes ISeeIt! Productions Production

Forming A Team

Back in October I was approached by a volunteer at Fellowship that I had known for a long time. J.W.  had developed a company in Zimbabwe that outsourced university educated, English speaking employees for up to 75% off current staffing costs. Positions such as Marketing, Social Media, Accounting, Video Production and many others could be found. J.W. approached me because he wanted to know whether churches and other non-profits would be interested in it. Knowing church finances and staffing budgets very well, I thought the idea would go over in a big way. Then I thought about what GOD had been developing in my heart over the past 8 months – the dream of ISeeIt! Productions and how a door needed to be opened to find animators and artists we could afford (something I couldn’t see happening any time soon). I asked J.W. what he thought and he said he would post some job opportunities. Within a week he presented me with three people to interview. Immediately, seeing their work and knowing what someone of their caliber would cost me here in the U.S., I jumped on hiring all three (even though we didn’t have the money to do it…more on that in a later post). This was going to be a huge benefit to me, but also a huge benefit to my 3 new employees as they left a culture where 80% of all people are unemployed. Now, four months later we are a several weeks from releasing our first 4-5 minute short film on Family Togetherness. As I look back on that encounter with J.W. I see how our great GOD is always setting things in motion behind the scenes that we are not even aware of and at just the right time He brings them to us.

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    Sandy West
    April 3, 2019 at 8:15 pm

    Mike I have so appreciate everything that you have done in the years of teaching at Fellowship. My thoughts and prayers are with you within this new endeavor that you’re reaching where God has placed you. God be with you always and In all that you do

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      Mike Johnson
      April 7, 2019 at 6:44 pm

      Thank you Sandy. We so appreciate your prayers. Keep in touch!!

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    George and Sue Edgerton
    April 10, 2019 at 5:29 am

    We are excited to see what lies ahead and we also need good Christmas content!

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