BEHIND KINGDOM ENCOUNTERS:
In July 2013, Brian Blount was preparing to go to South Africa with his good friend, Reinhard Rehberg from Germany, to equip and release believers there to “do the stuff” of walking in a lifestyle God’s power and love. He wanted to share some video testimonies he had recorded on his smartphone over the course of the previous year.
Brian asked his friend Mark Goering to assimilate the videos on one disk that would be easy for him to show at the conference in South Africa. While compiling the testimonies, Mark found that a story began to emerge. Over the coming months, a film that explores the subject of power evangelism while equipping the viewer to join the journey came together.
Kingdom Encounters is a collection of stories told firsthand by those who experienced the love and power of God. In fact, much of the footage used in this film was recorded by Brian and his team using smartphones in response to spontaneous encounters moments after they happened. The video testimonies capture the rawness of those encounters, which transpired mostly in Oklahoma City where Brian lives.
Join Brian on a journey as you watch this film. Expect to walk away encouraged, trained, and equipped to walk in love and power as you go about your own everyday life.
ABOUT THE CREATORS:
BRIAN BLOUNT and his wife, Jeanine, have spent the last fifteen years equipping and training individuals, teams, and churches in healing, prophetic ministry, and power evangelism in the United States and internationally. He is a husband and the father of six children, the youngest three of which are triplets. He is a business owner, has co-authored a book on power evangelism called From the Sanctuary to the Streets, and is co-founder of Coaching Saints.
Brian is passionate about living a lifestyle of looking, listening, and responding to God’s activity around him and teaching others to do the same. He is currently part of the leadership of Crestwood Vineyard in Oklahoma City, OK, where he and his family live.
MARK GOERING has served the local church in Oklahoma City and beyond for the last six years in various capacities as a trainer and equipper. During that time, he has helped to lead a thriving house church while working as a barista in local coffee shops.
Mark is currently a part of Crestwood Vineyard in Oklahoma City and on staff as the youth and young adult pastor.
Mark’s passion is to bridge the sacred and the secular through media as well as revelatory teaching. This film project is his first, though he hopes to dive deeper into the world of film and its ability to communicate, train, and equip the next generation.