July 12, 2012
Tags: brandon white, braydon rogers, graduation, harmony hayes, jonathan moore, josiah salina, master's media, melody hayes
We are so happy for our graduating students as they move on to the next level of their lives! The graduates of Master’s Media answered questions for the Jim Bakker Show web team as they prepared for their graduation. This is what they had to say:
1. What is your biggest accomplishment during your time at Master’s Media?
Josiah Salina: Learning the discipline of being a team member in a business and ministry environment geared toward Jesus & media.
Harmony Hayes: I would say the biggest accomplishment that I have had during my time here at Master’s Media is stepping up my self-discipline. Being here takes such self-control in every area in your life and there is no mama or daddy to tell you what to do and not to do. Eat, sleep, it’s all in your hands…self-discipline.
2. What was your most difficult challenge during your time at Master’s Media?
Braydon Rogers: Learning to come out of my shell and dealing with people.
Brandon White: Adapting to this environment and learning directing because it’s not about pushing buttons. It’s about the moment and the timing. If you lose focus, the moment is gone.
3. What is your favorite memory about your time at Master’s Media?
Jonathan Moore: The people that I was able to meet and the trade I learned.
Melody Hayes: When Tammy Sue came for the first time and sung to her dad!
4. What would you say to a young man or woman thinking about coming to the Master’s Media program?
Josiah: This is the best experience for hands-on job training for any passion in the media world.
Melody: Well, you definitely need to be called here! If you love all aspects of media and want to reach young kids & adults. Come on and join now!
5. Share with us the biggest revrelation God gave you during your time at Morningside.
Jonathan: That you can be humble and bold at the same time in a respectful manner.
Harmony: In order to change the world we must change our world! That means we often surround our lives with people and things that mean nothing…focusing on things that help no one but ourselves and benefit our world only. We are all here for others. We were created for others. So when you change your world you can change the world.