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October 21, 2014

Not only is Scilla Andreen the CEO and CO-Founder of Indieflix , but she is also the innovator of the Royalty Pool Minutes system, which pays filmmakers for every minute someone watches their film on the site. Showcasing films that normally only get seen at film festivals of all spectrums, Scilla is bringing a new audience to independent films and new films to film lovers.As Indieflix changes and grows with its success and demanding market, Scilla has learned a few things along the way about being a fulltime mother and a fulltime leader.

Bringing the Hollywood Treatment to Independent Films

Indieflix is known as the Netflix for independent films – that is a huge compliment. Is that what you set out to create, or has this expanded into something bigger? We set out to create a marketplace where 99% of the filmmakers (less than 1% of filmmakers find Hollywood distribution) could sell their films, and thanks to technology, we ended up with an entire ecosystem that is helping to evolve the film industry. It’s huge and super fun!

Indieflix is known as the Netflix for independent films – that is a huge compliment. Is that what you set out to create, or has this expanded into something bigger?

The film industry, just like the music industry, has had its ups and downs, due largely to illegal downloading and such. What has dealing with this matter and others like it taught you as a leader, team member and business owner?You can spend your time and resources trying to fix something that has been broken for a long time or you can put your energy into creating a new model where that threat or broken piece doesn’t have nearly the negative impact anymore. I look at those aspects of the film and music industry as indications of how people like to consume. Those actions are the highest form of communication. It’s like looking into a crystal ball.

Who in your life has had a tremendous impact on you as a leader? Why and how did this person impact your life? I have a lot of people but I’d like to mention a few. I’m half Chinese and I was very close to my grandmother, the matriarch, Ann Wong. She told me that everything I need, I already have. Those words have served me well, every day. I also have to mention Seth Godin who writes book after book and the world’s most-read blog. He’s one of the most inspirational people on the planet for me. He inspires me to lead on a daily basis, as do my two children, Ian and Natalie, who refer to IndieFlix as the third, “special needs” child in our family.

Marvin J. Newell, DMiss

senior vice president, Missio Nexus

As the church was lulled to sleep, the mission agencies took Christ’s command, “Go into all the world,” and ran with it. It has been only recently that the church has begun to rise from its slumber regarding their part in mission mobilization. An excellent “read” for the inspiration and implementation to participate in Christ’s Great Commission.

Neal Pirolo, MA

founder and director, Emmaus Road Internationa

Dedication Introduction—David J. Wilson Foundation Chapter: Prayer It All Starts Here—Doug Lucas Part 1—Calling: Learning to Hear the Voice of God Chapter 1: Call Experiences from Scripture God’s People Answering the Call—David J. Wilson Chapter 2: Call Experiences from the Past The Powerful Percent—Todd Ahrend Chapter 3: Call Experiences from Today’s Missionaries Opening and Closing Doors—Glenn Sue Ashcraft A Call to Missions—Mark Becky Jennings Like a Well-Watered Garden—Harold Kerry Peters Resisting the Call—Art Vicki Reyes My Call Experience—Larry W. Sharp A Call to Missions—Jurg VanDyk Chapter 4: The Missionary Call But I Don’t Feel Called!—Neal Pirolo

Part 2—Obstacles: Learning to Overcome Hindrances to the Call Chapter 5: Family Objections Parenting with a Purpose—Peggy Bright The Influence of a Grandparent—Fawn Brents Chapter 6: The Church A Missional Heresy—David J. Wilson Chapter 7 Money Five Keys to Raising Support—Dr. Steve Shadrach Chapter 8: Short-term Mission Trip Strategy Train and Debrief for Short-term Trips—Kendra Cervantes Chapter 9: Inadequate Assessment Processes Least Likely to Succeed—David J. Wilson

Part 3—The Local Church: Developing a Mobilization Team Chapter 10: Developing a Mobilization Model The Sending Church—David J. Wilson 88 Chapter 11: Building a Mobilization Team Rites of Passage—David J. Wilson 105 Chapter 12: Bethlehem Baptist Church Preparing and Nurturing Long-term Global Partners—Todd Rasmuson 124 Chapter 13: Calvary Church Mobilization Strategy—Steve Beirn 130 Chapter 14: Liberty Bible Church Mentors Who Make Disciplemaking Disciples—Greg Carter 135 Chapter 15: Lincoln Berean Church Equipping Candidates with Character and Capacity—Ryan Harmon 143 Chapter 16: Sardis Church The Antioch Model—Jon Luesink 148

Part 4—The Local Church: Preparing to Become a Sending Church Chapter 17: Perspectives on the World Christian Movement Awakened to God’s Global Purpose—Brett Clemens Chapter 18: Mobilization Ideation Shop Talk—Mark Stebbins Chapter 19: Influencing Youth How to Teach for Transformation—Daniel T. Haase Chapter 20: Women’s Issues Helping Women Thrive—Lorrie Lindgren Chapter 21: Men’s Issues A City of Refuge for Men—Stan De La Cour Brandon Boyd Chapter 22: MK/TCK Issues Tension Between Calling and Craving—Michèle Phoenix Chapter 23: Church-based Candidate Orientation Skills, Knowledge, and Character—Greg Carter Chapter 24: Building Cultural Adaptation and Language Acquisition Seven Essentials in Ministry Training—Brian Gibson Chapter 25: Building Resiliency The Value of Coaching—Sherri Dodd Chapter 26: What Missionaries Wish They Knew Before They Left Disequilibrating the Bravado—Jon Luesink

Part 5—Partners: Serving Along Side the Sending Church Chapter 27: Avant Ministries Mobilizing Among Millennials—Russ Chapter 28: Frontiers Starting Churches among Muslims—Bob Blincoe Chapter 29: The Navigators Multiplying One-to-One Discipleship—Mark Stebbins Chapter 30: Pioneers The Forgotten Lord’s Prayer—Steve Richardson Chapter 31: The Evangelical Alliance Mission (TEAM) Four Practices of our Partner Churches—Josh McQuaid Chapter 32: WorldVenture Church Partnership is in our DNA—Harold Britton Chapter 33: Wycliffe Bible Translators Developing and Launching People into Ministry—Jamie Farr Chapter 34: Camino Global The Movement of the Global South—David D. Ruiz Chapter 35; Greater Europe Mission (GEM) Mobilizing TCKs/MKs—Becca Martin

Part 6—Special Partners: Linking the Church and the Agency Chapter 36: Advance Global Coaching What if Missionaries had a Life Coach?—Sherri Dodd Chapter 37: Center for Intercultural Training (CIT) Through the Lens of Partnership—Mark Morgenstern Chapter 38: Mission Training International (MTI) Lovers, Learners, and Servants—Steve Sweatman Chapter 39: TRAIN International Born out of Prayer—Brian Gibson Chapter 40: Sixteen:Fifteen Five Marks of a Mobilized Church—Matthew Ellison

Part 7—Preparing the Sending Church for the Next Generation Chapter 41: Business as Mission Real Business, Real Mission—Larry W. Sharp Chapter 42: Church-based Teams Joint Venture, Serving Together—Dave Hansen Chapter 43: Missionary Recipients Becoming Senders The Global South on the Move—Larry Janzen Conclusion Bibliography Mission Organizations

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Authors from eighteen countries give us their perspectives on biblical principles and cultural expressions of spirituality particularly as the church engages in God’s mission. The anthology of texts enriches our understanding of the depth and the meaning of being spiritual and the diversity of forms to live out the Christian faith. The issue today is how spirituality should direct and guide a daily life as followers of Jesus in the engagement in the mission of God. No doubt that it has to do with our inner life and our relationship to God, but it is in showing our love and concern to others that we prove our love to God, according to the Apostle John (1 John 4). Mission without spirituality will only be a human effort to convince people of religious theories. Spirituality without a missionary involvement of the church will not express God’s desire that the transforming gospel reaches every person. This book will help you rethink your understanding of what is spiritual, revisit your own spiritual journey, and appreciate the different forms of spirituality as they are described and performed around the globe.

For decades, Bill Taylor and his global colleagues have encouraged our pursuit towards being “reflective practitioners.” Spirituality in Mission is the masterpiece collection of guidance towards that goal. In a day of hyperactivity, exhaustion, and ministry burn out, this resource—written by an amazing collection of global Christian leaders—provides the challenges and the tools needed for long-term personal depth and ongoing organizational renewal. Slow down, read this book reflectively, and reenter ministry work strengthened.

She is the founder of From the Heart Productions, established the Roy W. Dean Grant, is a winner of the WIFTSLifetime Achievement Award , and author of the best selling film funding book The Art of Film Funding, 2nd Edition: Alternative Financing Concepts .

Over 23 years, she has helped indie filmmakers raise over $10 million for their films and helped them get their films made.

helped indie filmmakers raise over $10 million

“This class will empower you with knowledge. Your mind is your greatest asset and our job is to teach you how to use it to make and fund your film.

We start by teaching you how to create a captivating proposal, anengaging trailer, and help you create an action planfor funding success. b

We start by teaching you how to create a captivating proposal, anengaging trailer, and help you create an action planfor funding success.

We will show you how to find and attract investors/donors thenhow to pitch them to get your film funded.”

– Carole Dean

Intentional Filmmaking Mastermind Class Co-Instructor – Tom Malloy

A critically acclaimed actor, Tom decided to produce his own films and raised $25 million dollars. He is the author of Bankroll: A New Approach to Financing Feature Films .

Tom has written and produced all the films his company, Trick Candle Productions , has made.

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Experts in in film distribution, sound editing, entertainment law, and more will show you how to get the best deals and stretch the dollars you raise.

By the end of the class, you will be 115% confident that you will get your film funded!

“This class has already paid for itself with all the great advice and leads. I’ve re-done my Web site, crafted a pitch packet, revised our trailer, and am confidently gearing up for fundraising. Thank you!”

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TheIntentional Filmmaking Class has really opened my eyes and brought me great confidence with my documentary. They provide so much invaluable information in all aspects of the industry and life in general. I would highly recommend this to anyone serious about their film! Carole has such a great way of helping and pushing you to do your absolute best. “

TheIntentional Filmmaking Class has really opened my eyes and brought me great confidence with my documentary. They provide so much invaluable information in all aspects of the industry and life in general. I would highly recommend this to anyone serious about their film! Carole has such a great way of helping and pushing you to do your absolute best. “

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