he goes to a christian college

Story time

In 2007, I was in college with my friend and we were sitting around not doing anything right…(he was 16 and I was 18, now he’s 23 and I’m 25) we were just quiet and then he goes to me “Christian, I wanna learn how to shoot videos and I wanna open up a production company” to which I said “really? I never thought of that before” and he said “yeah I can do it, and you’ll be my partner” we laughed and carried on talking about whatever it was

Fast forward 8 years later, from 2 people, now there’s 8 of us with skills ranging from editors, colourists, photographers and a bunch of directors and im glad to say we’re all from the same place (DR Congo), we never planned it, it just kept happening. We’re also about to open up our first office in June 2016 (fingers crossed we get it) and since the year started, we did videos for manly afro beats acts, some rappers and rnb artists as well but also we shot well over 25 weddings, 5 short movies, a couple adverts etc… this year and we’re booked for the first half of next year JUST in weddings but our ticket was managing to shoot for an artist called “Mohombi” (search him up 😊) which is making a lot of noise on our Facebook page. Our next goal is to go back to the motherland (DR Congo) set up shop and go from there. The main thing there is to provide things that aren’t available to everyone and ultimately start fixing up the country then the continent (we have big plans)

I just wanted to say, don’t give up on your dreams, whether it’s yours or your friend, make sure you support them and yourself. I was the biggest sceptic of myself and others for the longest time but I believe today, I know you’re going through some stuff, I know you feel like giving up but let me tell you… I know because I’ve been there more times than I can remember but let me say its gonna happen, keep at it. It If I can do it then you can and you will too I speak it into existence.
I love you my people ❤❤

Prolific self-published author Donald Parker (who also wrote and produced this film) plays Gramps, a 65-year-old computer programmer/chess champion/tennis player/cross country runner/basketball star who believes that evolution is a sin and that fluoride in public water causes cancer and government mind control. Ironically, Donald Parker is also a retired computer programmer, which is a piece of information we gleaned from the biography he wrote for himself on IMDb. Clearly, at some point during his quest to make a positive Christian movie to bring the word of God to young people, Donald Parker decided to just make a movie about how awesome he, Donald Parker, is at everything.

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‘Many Dead Bodies’ As Hostages Taken At College

Militants say they have released all Muslims but are “holding many Christians alive” after storming a university in Kenya.

An “unknown number of student hostages” have been taken by masked terrorists who have killed at least 15 people after storming a university in eastern Kenya.

Two police officers are among the dead following heavy gunfire and explosions in a campus building at Garissa University.

At least 65 others have been wounded.

Somalia’s al Shabaab militant group has claimed responsibility.

“We sorted people out and released the Muslims,” said spokesman Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Musab.

“There are many dead bodies of Christians inside the building. We are also holding many Christians alive. Fighting still goes on inside the college.”

One of the suspected gunmen was arrested as he tried to flee, according to Kenya’s interior ministry.

The Red Cross said 50 students have been safely freed, while the interior ministry said 280 of 815 students had been accounted for.

Kenya Police Chief Joseph Boinet said: “Gunmen forced their way into Garissa University by shooting at the guards manning the main gate at around 5.30am.

"The gunmen shot indiscriminately while inside the university compound.

"Police… engaged the gunmen in a fierce shootout; however, the attackers retreated and gained entry into one of the hostels.”

A gunfight between security services and the perpetrators lasted several hours, according to the Red Cross.

The area has been sealed off and the army called in to try and “flush out” the attackers.

The National Disaster Operations Center said on Twitter that students had been evacuated from three of four dorms.

The gunmen have been cornered in the other.

Students reported seeing five masked attackers.

Collins Wetangula, the vice chairman of the student union, said he was preparing to take a shower when he heard gunshots coming from a dorm.

“All I could hear were footsteps and gunshots; nobody was screaming because they thought this would lead the gunmen to know where they are,” he said.

“The gunmen were saying sisi ni al-Shabab (Swahili for we are al-Shabab).

"If you were a Christian you were shot on the spot. With each blast of the gun I thought I was going to die.”

Grace Kai, a student at a neighbouring college, said there had been warnings of an imminent attack.

“Some strangers had been spotted in Garissa town and were suspected to be terrorists,” she said.

“Then on Monday our college principal told us… that strangers had been spotted in our college. On Tuesday we were released to go home, and our college closed, but the campus remained in session, and now they have been attacked.”

Kenya’s northern and eastern regions, which border Somalia, have been most affected by attacks blamed on al Shabaab Islamists from Somalia.

The militants, who have links to al Qaeda, have vowed to take retribution against Kenya for sending its troops to Somalia.

Al Shabaab was responsible for the deadly attack in 2013 on the Westgate shopping mall. At least 67 people were killed when a group of gunmen rampaged through the centre in Nairobi.