Join us on a journey… The “God sized,” story of what happens when the fragility and brokenness of the human condition converge with Jesus’ power and willingness to heal and restore. For our individual lives, our marriage and ultimately our family, this story represents the faithfulness and love of a God who never gives up … More EXPOSED
We’re frequently asked by individuals and couples to describe how we’ve learned to communicate through struggles and resolve conflict. Though we wish we could say we never have to employ strategies for conflict resolution, the truth is, it happens. If we are all being honest, conflict resolution is one of the most common forms of … More 4 Things We’ve Learned About Conflict Resolution
Have you ever thought about what it feels like to experience the holiday season amidst a difficult circumstance? Maybe you are in a situation right now that seems insurmountable, and you know exactly what I’m talking about. As much as we all would like life to cooperate with us through the changing seasons, the reality … More A New Perspective Of Christmas
As we head into the busy holiday season with a myriad of things vying for our attention, it is not likely that a media use plan is part of the agenda. The truth remains, however, that during the hustle and bustle of festivities, as well as the down time students experience from the routine of … More Why is developing a plan for media use during the holidays important?
I recently had the opportunity to fly in a helicopter with a trusted friend. Sounds exciting, except for the fact that I don’t like heights. To rephrase… I’m terrified of heights. The only problem was that everyone in my family had agreed to go, and flying was the focus of a day-trip that included a … More What Fear Taught Me About Flying
Helping Parents Talk To Their Kids About Media Novus Resource Talking to the next generation about the realities of how media, in its many forms, affects their lives is essential! The question we get asked at The Novus Project is, “how do I effectively communicate with kids/teens about media?” Our second most frequently asked question is, “what do … More Join The Discussion: Summer 2016
Many people have asked me to describe the journey that led to pastoral restoration. I usually respond with, “do you have an hour?” In other words, it is quite a story and one that requires more than just the description of an accomplished “to do” list. Rather, this journey has been marked with the … More My Journey That Led To Pastoral Restoration: By James Craft and Gary Dunahoo
Recently, my wife Teri and I went to see the movie “Risen.” We sat in the theater enraptured by this perspective of the resurrection story of Jesus. The writer and producer took some liberty by looking through the eyes of a soldier who wasn’t a believer and who was enlisted to find the … More The Power Of Story
Days ago James and I sat in front of a camera and talked about our journey through life and recovery. The backdrop: A 100,000 square foot empty warehouse in Florida, a perfect venue for giving the proper depth and echo to the intense conversational style interviews and accounts being accumulated by Jeremy and Tiana Wiles, … More Just Be Real: What Tragedy Taught Me About Authenticity By: Teri Craft
Many are familiar with the story Jesus told in Luke 10:29-37, of a traveler who was on a journey and was stripped of his clothing, robbed, beaten and left to die on the side of the road. As the man lay dying, a priest and a Levite came down the road and walked right past … More We Can’t Stay Silent Anymore!