Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) July 29, 2010
A long-time dream of A Thoughtful Hour Ministry has been to develop a wholesome, Christian TV program specifically for children that is educational, fun and serious--all in one. A program that is capable of teaching children the deep spiritual truths of the Bible in an exciting way without being too difficult to grasp was a huge challenge in the program’s design. But with the help of the ministry design team and faithful ministry supporters, this dream is now a reality.
A Thoughtful Hour, Inc. is pleased to announce the commencement of its TV series of Dare to Be. Dare to Be is a Christian kids’ TV program that combines elements of reality TV programming, in depth Bible studies and academic and intellectual lessons from the outside world in an outside of the box way. Children watching this complete educational program will gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of all aspects of knowledge: Science, foreign languages, history, the Bible as well as other character building lessons.
Recording and production of its first full feature Dare to Be series began on July 26. This multi-year project’s commencement was made possible by committed ministry supporters such as Mr. Lloyd Claycomb of Scottsdale, Arizona who fully believe in this program’s positive future influence and potential.
As is always the case for professional broadcast programming, substantial financial start-up and ongoing capital is needed to turn a concept into a finished, top-quality program. Three hundred thousand dollars in funds were needed to begin the initial phase of production. Mr. Claycomb, who incidentally supports a large orphanage in El Salvador, embraced the ministry’s shared dream of providing wholesome programming for children, and graciously provided for the entire amount needed which allowed the production team to begin filming. Without the support of ministry partners such as Lloyd Claycomb and others, this project could still be in its conceptual and fundraising stage.
Production is scheduled to be ongoing over the next two years with the first series scheduled to be completed by the first quarter of 2011. More information on the TV program can be found at the following websites: