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Stage Right with guest David Helling
David Helling grew up in Southern Louisiana but spent the bulk of his teens in Texas. Upon graduating high school, David shipped to California for a five-year-stint in the United States Marine Corps– a commitment which eventually took him to the sands of Al-Anbar Province in Iraq. There in the desert, near the edge of ancient Babylon, in a combat zone, another battle was raging in David himself– a war within that eventually drove to the Bible. The result was a transformed heart, sincere faith and a burning desire to tell others of those Biblical accounts. Since then, David has made it his life’s mission to bring Scripture’s Truth from the page to the screen. This endeavor has resulted in many short films and scripts, garnering numerous awards, accolades and international attention– all which now culminate in his debut feature film, His Only Son.
Stage Right with Guest: Rob Montz
Rob Montz, co-founder and CEO of Good Kid Productions. His latest online documentary is The Broken Boys of Kenosha We thought we knew everything about the shootings of Jacob Blake and the killings of Kyle Rittenhouse. We don't. This is what really happened. Featuring: former U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr, Columbia University professor John McWhorter, former Daily Caller journalist Richie McGinniss, and Rundown Live host Kristan Harris. BIO: Rob Montz is the co-founder and CEO of Good Kid Productions. His online documentary work has attracted millions of views and coverage in the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Economist, USA Today, and The Megyn Kelly Show. He graduated from Brown University in 2005 with a degree in philosophy and precisely zero marketable skills. Somehow, he ended up living on a 50-acre farm in the Virginia woods with a wife and three children.
Stage Right with Guest: Dan Postham
Dan Posthuma has a storied history in the music industry. He spent 35 years as a producer and executive in Christian music, beginning with his responsibilities as Music Director for Bill Gaither and Amy Grant and continuing as Concert Producer for Gaither's Praise Gathering events and a long list of accomplished artists, including Michael W. Smith, Charlie Daniels, Debby Boone, Clint Black, Marty Stuart, and many others. As an independent Record Producer, Posthuma is responsible for over 25 #1 radio singles, which earned him several Grammy nominations and 4 Dove Awards. Dan Posthuma Headshot.jpg He also serves as the Vice President of Artists Repertoire (A&R) for Word Records in Nashville. In 2010, he turned his attention to musical theatre. Posthuma joined with partner Mel Riegsecker to form Blue Gate Musicals, which exists to create entertaining, faith-oriented, original musicals. Since their launch, Blue Gate Musicals has enjoyed nine hugely successful Broadway-caliber musicals from the heart of Amish country in several theaters across the country: The Confession, Half-Stitched, Josiah for President, Our Christmas Dinner, The Home Game, Christmas in Paradise, Stolen, Sanctuary, and Christmas Tree Ship. Two more shows are in production for 2020 and 2021, Our Plain & Simple Life and Dear Soldier Boy. Dan lives in Nashville with his wife Sara. They have two children and four grandchildren.
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