015: Helping Kids Discover their Destiny [with guest Pastor Bryan Hudson of Vision Communications]
Pastor Bryan Hudson and I discuss, “Helping Kids Discover their Destiny”. Bryan Hudson operates a multimedia firm, Vision Communications and he’ll define and contrast fate vs destiny, share ways that kids can turn interests and talents into professions and careers, and he’ll explore how trauma can distract kids from discovering their destiny.
Rev. Bryan Hudson, (Th.B.,B.S.,M.S.) is a pastor, author, adjunct professor, and ministry technology consultant. He is the founding pastor of New Covenant Church & Ministries in Indianapolis, Indiana where he has served for 34 years. Bryan operates a multimedia firm, Vision Communications, that equips people, ministries, and organizations with life-changing media and digital media solutions, including regional/national television broadcasts. He has more than 36 years experience in media production, training and consulting.
Bryan Hudson has earned degrees in Bachelor of Theology (Rehoboth Christian College), Bachelor of Science in Media Arts & Science (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis), and Master of Science in Education with a Specialty: Instructional Systems Technology (Indiana University). His education reflects his calling to serve God's purposes in ministry, media, and education.Bryan’s passion is teaching the Word of God, serving everyday people, and helping Christian leaders more effectively serve their congregations and communities. Bryan also conducts multimedia workshops for youth, with the goal to inspire the next generation to become producers of positive media. Pastor Hudson helped establish a Christian training institute in Lagos, Nigeria Africa and participated in a fruitful mission to Kenya, Africa in 2013 an 2016. He conducts workshops related to publishing and digital media, such as for The Associated Church Press national conference.
Bryan is a former adjunct professor at Crossroads Bible College in Indianapolis where he developed and taught a 300-level college course a called, "New Media for Urban Ministry.” He also teaches ministry-related technology courses. For 39 years, Bryan has been married to Patricia Ann Hudson, an inner-city public school educator. They have raised four children, have two grandchildren, and reside in Indianapolis, Indiana.