|All Over the World
Ian grew up in a mission-minded family, and has been involved in Christian ministry most of his life. Having graduated with a degree in television broadcasting, he has worked with PBS, ABC, and the Christian Television Network on numerous projects. He also helped start Digital Media Education, a non-profit organization designed to train up a new-generation of media producers and missionographers.
As missionographers, Ian & his wife, Teresa’s vision is to:
1. Produce entertaining and inspiring programs that will excite believers, and entice non-believers, and
2. Train up other missionographers to do the same.
Their current project “All Over the World” is a reality-based television program that shows how missionaries live, and share God’s love to the peoples of the world.
I have felt the Lord’s presence in my life for as long as I can remember.
My passion for video production didn’t come until my junior year of high school, but once I got that first taste, the rest was history. Now, God continually shows me how I can glorify Him through video production, as well as through everyday life.
He blessed me with the opportunity to work full-time in video production for my alma mater, Samford University, just weeks after graduation.
When I’m not producing video, I love to invest in the lives of children. God has given me a heart for young people and I find great joy in ministering to and sharing God’s love with the next generation.
Dave grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and Orange County, CA. He studied film at the University of California, Irvine, where he also indulged himself at student-run KUCI 88.9FM as a DJ, news announcer and News Director.
In 1990 he went to Costa Rica as a part of UC's Education Abroad Program, which included independent study at Universidad de Costa Rica's TV station and video & radio production classes in that school's Collective Communication Department.
Dave is excited about the tremendous new work the Lord is doing at and through All Over the World to build His Kingdom and reach the lost.