Featured here, are the movies that have been reconstructed from a demonstration CD-ROM I offered to The Science of Mind® home office in March 1997. The program videos were originally authored on a Power-Mac with a digital 8 camera in Quick Time with 640 X 480 screen sizes as part of a student project for a digital media graduate course. These movies were part of an hour long interactive and immersive program developed by my team as an example of introducing and teaching the principles of the Science of Mind to individuals, teachers and ministers using the new technology at the time. However almost immediately, most CD-ROM development and usage mutated into the next upcoming technology...the Internet. So saved here are the videos of the project.
These videos are being offered in compliance with our agreement with Science Of Mind home office to be viewed under the direction of a Church or Study Group.
The content was written and spoken by Roger Hannegan and Karen Joy Gifford and is quite compelling and worthy of being shown to the world even in this re-compressed and converted format, as compared to today's clarity in large format streaming video. I enjoyed editing and producing this material more than I can say.
We are happy to show these movies because of their merit and promotion of Truth for all to enjoy.
In Love and Grace, we thank you Roger, Karen Joy, Rev Jim and my fellow Full Sail University classmate team.
The Science of Mind Project Media
Click on any of the players in the column to view a video or hear an audio file.
All narration except Dr. Ernest Holmes is © 1997 Wings of Prayer Ministry.
Monthly writings on various consciousness subjects in 2012 during my ministerial training years.
The following are in .pdf format and will open in a separate page.
Current writings will be revealed here for your enjoyment as they are completed.
realm of RAG equates to: Robert Alan Gifford
The short video below is my intro & tag for credits to video's that I enjoy making. Just a little fun. You'll like it with headphones.
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