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Q & A w/ M.King: A Devotional For "They That Endure" | March 2021


In this Q&A we talk with M King about his 4th up and coming devotional called "They That Endure"


Q: For the month of March you spent a great deal of that time working on your 4th devotional, tells us about that?


M.King: Yeah this devotional was one of those things where I found myself praying and seeking the Lord about the world we live in, about how we have a society that is canceling people out, silencing conservatives, and rising against the firm foundation of Hope in our nation. So I found myself praying and seeking God about how should I approach this time in our country and the world and as I prayed for an answer from God's word, He encouraged my spirit to write this devotional.


Q: Wow so this devotional was written out of a spirit asking for advice from God's word. Can you tell us what you learned from this experience?


M.King: You know it's funny when you look at the church in America and you look at the church overseas you realize that we over here ain't seen nothing yet. So when I was meditating on the word and writing this devotional, that's kinda what came to mind. We haven't seen the worst of the worst, we haven't been in slavery for 430 years like the Children of Israel, We haven't been in slavery and then taken to jail falsely like Joseph, We haven't been taken from our homeland and made to serve a King who wants to kill me like Daniel. There is so much that can comfort us from God's word, in these very dark and uncertain times.


Q: Your so right, despite all we see, the world and the nation getting dark, it's not as dark as it could be. Any last words for our readers?


M.King: Just that we rise up and seek God's face and God's word like never before we can't lean on what culture is doing and wrap that in scripture we can't compete against culture we have to look to the son in this dark hour in our nation and our world we have to keep looking to the father that's what a lot of these people did in the Bible and that's what we have to do.


Side Note: "They That Endure" will debut on April 7th on our website

 

Q & A w/ M.King: The St. Patrick, We Thought We Knew | February 2021


In this Q&A we talk with M King about the up-and-coming mini-documentary about Saint Patrick.


Q: So this particular go around your working on a mini-documentary about Saint Patrick. Can you tell us a little bit about what you learned about his life from doing the research?


M.King: You know one thing I learned about Saint Patrick was the fact that he was somebody who put his faith and trust in the Lord in the direst of circumstances. You know if I was sold as a slave would I have been able to hang on and grow in my faith in the Lord?  


Would I have been able as a slave to pray every morning consistently not knowing when God was going to deliver me or not even knowing how I was going to get out of what I was going through?


For Patrick, I'm sure that took a lot of faith and trust in the Lord


Q: So hearing what you're saying, what made you want to do this mini-documentary about Saint Patrick of all people?


M.King: Well to be honest with you I think Patrick has always been someone that has always been very near and dear to everybody's heart because of Saint Patrick's Day. You know for me in hearing bits and pieces of his life I've always been intrigued how one man who made the ultimate sacrifice for an island of pagans is now remembered centuries later. It's always intrigued me how one person can impact so many lives if they put their faith and trust in the Lord and let his super fall on their natural.


Q: So for those that want to watch the mini-documentary where's a place we can do it and when?


M.King: Well to be honest with you my hope is to have this done by Saint Patrick's day which is the 17th. So we'll see what happens, I really want to try to get the essence of his life and just talk about how he impacted countless lives all over the world century after century.


Side Note: Look for "St. Patrick: Patron Saint of the Irish" March 15th, 2021.

 

Q & A w/ M.King: The St. Patrick, We Thought We Knew | February 2021


In this Q&A we talk with M King about the up-and-coming mini-documentary about Saint Patrick.


Q: So this particular go around your working on a mini-documentary about Saint Patrick. Can you tell us a little bit about what you learned about his life from doing the research?


M.King: You know one thing I learned about Saint Patrick was the fact that he was somebody who put his faith and trust in the Lord in the direst of circumstances. You know if I was sold as a slave would I have been able to hang on and grow in my faith in the Lord?  


Would I have been able as a slave to pray every morning consistently not knowing when God was going to deliver me or not even knowing how I was going to get out of what I was going through?


For Patrick, I'm sure that took a lot of faith and trust in the Lord


Q: So hearing what you're saying, what made you want to do this mini-documentary about Saint Patrick of all people?


M.King: Well to be honest with you I think Patrick has always been someone that has always been very near and dear to everybody's heart because of Saint Patrick's Day. You know for me in hearing bits and pieces of his life I've always been intrigued how one man who made the ultimate sacrifice for an island of pagans is now remembered centuries later. It's always intrigued me how one person can impact so many lives if they put their faith and trust in the Lord and let his super fall on their natural.


Q: So for those that want to watch the mini-documentary where's a place we can do it and when?


M.King: Well to be honest with you my hope is to have this done by Saint Patrick's day which is the 17th. So we'll see what happens, I really want to try to get the essence of his life and just talk about how he impacted countless lives all over the world century after century.


Side Note: Look for "St. Patrick: Patron Saint of the Irish" March 15th, 2021.

 

Q & A w/ M.King: An Animated Story Called “Two Fields”? | January 2021


This Q&A we talked with M King about “Two Fields” his 24th animated story and we go on the inside to understand just why he created it and just what he wants to reach out and tell others that we need to learn


Q: So this next animated story is called “Two Fields”. Can you give us a little insight into what brought on the name and what made you want to create an animated story like this?


M.King: Well what brought it on is just the whole concept of sowing and reaping. You know you reap what you sow in life and I think when you look at the world you see saints and then you see the secular world. I really wanted to emphasize through “Two Fields” that if you kind of look at it, the secular world and the church are two different fields. In one field, you have the saints sowing unto God and reaping from God, in the secular world you have people sowing into the world and reaping nothing but the world or as the Bible says they reap the whirlwind. I really wanted to show that in a visual aspect just how God rewards the faithful and those who are unfaithful don't get rewarded.


Q: Wow so, from a visual standpoint what imagery can we look forward to in this animated story as far as you trying to get across the concept of “Two Fields”?


M.King: Well in this particular animated story the first thing I wanted to do was start off with you kind of looking down the middle of a road. On one side you have a lush field that's plentiful green and you can clearly tell has been worked and on the other side of the road is this brownfield that you can clearly tell has just experienced no real love no real support the trees are barren the house sits in the back and it's just dark. You understand the other field is light and you just feel like God's blessing is over there but in that other field you just feel like it's dark and cold that's the kind of imagery we're going to go with for “Two Fields”. 


Q: Lastly to wrap things up, is there anything you want to share with people to look out for in “Two Fields” or is there anything you really want people to learn from this animated story?


M.King: You know the one thing I really want people to understand is that the times are getting darker. We as believers can't just stand before the world with the same type of field they have just changed up a little bit to try to bring them into the House of God. We have to continue to stand in the spirit of God, we have to be different. You know Jesus said if you follow me just as the world hates me they're going to hate you so we have to understand that as much as we try we're not going to get the “popular people” to like us. Even in this day and age where you have the big tech on social media censoring Conservatives and faith-based organizations putting them on hate lists. You know we need to understand that the field we so in is the field we're going to reap from and we need to understand that the secular world and the ideologies of the secular world are not where we need to be sowing into. We need to be sowing into the spirit of God. So I really hope people are encouraged by that and they understand that when they see this animated story.


Side Note: “Two Fields” debuts on Feb 8th, 2021