This pilot episode is set in Mongolia and highlights the growth and change of the country once it regained its independence in the 1990’s. Jake shares stories and food with Mongolian Christians and visits an American family who moved there in 2000 to make art and live with the people.
PG • 51min • March 28, 2022 • Documentary
The general show structure uses Jake Starkey’s conversation and exploration of the culture to tie the show segments together. The ebb-and-flow transitions from hosted on camera segments to natural interviews and structured pieces. This allows for the story to emerge naturally and lets the people tell about their life and ministry in an authentic way.
Stories shared in the show will help viewers appreciate the culture and its history. We will show their relevance to the over arching story, the vision of a person or organization, the impact within a community and the working of God.
We strive for authenticity in the story development and execution, allowing people to tell their own stories, in order to make it an immersive experience for the audience.
The hope for this episodic series is that it will spark a missional mindset and renew missions. That it will cause people, communities and churches to come together and see how much of a benefit and help the Gospel can be to culture—to give them a love for image-bearers in other cultures. The show as a whole is up-lifting.
The show host utilizes the exploration of culture, cuisine and connection with some light hearted comedy to accomplish this. Allowing the people to share positive stories themselves. The series feels similar to Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown.
The goal for anyone watching the series is that they would come away with an understanding of what God is doing in a particular people group, how God can use people and how they can be used in their community to impact those around them.
Sincerely, The GO: Team
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