Well to say the least about me, my name is Michael Glenn, I am 17 years of age and currently an upcoming senior in High
School. I am a member of our school band, "the Ennis High School marching band", and I play the Euphonium.
My Idea of becoming a FilmMaker came upon me around winter of 1999, while fooling around with a video camera
of my moms, and it suddenly dawned on me, I could go places with this. So I made film after film with my family throughout
the years, just to experiment with my talent and noticed how much potential I really had. In December of 2005, a couple of
friends and I started shooting little short films with my Kodak digital camera. They were hilarious, and many of our school
friends enjoyed them. I then decided to take it a step further, after my dad buying me an amazing 3ccm Hi-def camcorder,
I shot my first movie called "The Mail" in 2006, which was about a grown man who was frustrated with coming home every evening
to bills in the mail. This was basically one of my beginner comedies, and from there I shot more and more movies such as "Rise
of the Living Dead" which happened to be another great 2006 hit.
But then, in May of 2005, I gave my life to Jesus Christ. I was saved during an event called "Eternity" and then
became a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church in Ennis, Texas, and from there, I was Baptized.
After being Baptized, I really didn't understand what was going to happen next or for that matter, how God was going
to use me to tell the world about his son Jesus. But then within the last few years, it seems like my Lord and Savior has
been knocking on my door, and reminding me of the 1 Corinthians 10:31 bible verse that says "So, whether you eat or drink,
or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God."
I now have such a strong want and desire to do everything I do for God's glory, and that also includes filming.
So I've decided to start making films that glorify God, rather than throw him out of the realm of the 21st Century
like most of today's movies, which are filled with Sexual immorality, drug use, cursing and violence.
We are living in a generation that seems to have forgotten what "family films" and "good moral movies" are.
I plan to put a foot out and share the Good news of Jesus Christ through my films, and I encourage everyone else in the
Film Industry to do the same. Not only for the sake of movies, but for the sake of mankind, since the Media has such
a major impact on the people of today.