home-grown community care ministry | Angel’s Closet

When she experienced tragedy across the street, this woman began a ministry from her basement. Many years later she’s touched the lives and hearts of thousands through her Angel’s Closet. We produced this video through IroquoisCounty.tv in response to the recent significant flooding in Iroquois County.

Opioid Crisis Awareness Video | Iroquois County IL

In response to the growing opioid crisis in our area and across the country, we approached the City of Watseka and asked for funding to produce this video in an effort to connect local services with those who need help and don’t know where to turn. We’re thankful for Iroquois County Public Health, Iroquois Mental

Private Christian School PreK-8th Grade | Iroquois County IL

We produced a promotional video for St. Paul’s Lutheran School in Woodworth, IL, a unique country school experience combined with a high-quality education, tight-knit, supportive community, and flexible pricing based on the needs of the parents. Our approach was to interview parents and teachers, then combine those interviews with shots of children in their classroom

C-U at Home | One Winter Night 2017

Almost a year ago, we were feverishly editing to complete our first feature length documentary film, The Phoenix: Hope is Rising. This film highlights a homeless outreach in Champaign IL, C-U at Home. Champaign is not a community where you’d expect homelessness to be a major issue, but awareness efforts are high and the community

Film Screening at St. Paul’s Lutheran School in Woodworth IL

St. Paul’s Lutheran School hosted the second local screening of our documentary The Phoenix: Hope Is Rising. Melany Jackson, founder of C-U at Home, and one of the people whom the film is about, came to help present the film and answer questions afterwards. Here are some of Phil Gioja’s thoughts written after this screening:

Feature-length Documentary Premiere Screening – Champaign IL

Phil Gioja partnered with Isaac Musgrave to produce a feature length documentary titled The Phoenix: Hope is Rising, a film about a scrappy start-up ministry reaching out to the homeless in the Champaign-Urbana area. This film is about an hour and 20 minutes long, showing how the ministry was started by a woman who sold

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