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The family has found a home this winter in Grand Haven after spending the last year on the road in a recreational vehicle seeing the United States. Craig, the successful owner of Signature Homes, and his wife, Danielle, also 34, closed the Grand Rapids area business they had founded 13 years ago, sold their $400,000 Ada home and stored their possessions. Adventure brings with it stories, and the Parrents have plenty, beginning with the day they met in 1995.
She went to work in international marketing for Amway Corporation in Ada, and Craig began building his company that grew to employ 16. Among Morgan’s favorite things about the trip was finding $26 in change on the ground all over the country.
Perhaps for the Parrents, one of the most perilous adventures  was when Craig Parrent took delivery of his boat in St.
He was running out of gas and needed to leave the helm to switch tanks but couldn’t safely because of the high seas. It will begin with the Great Loop, a water route from Chicago, down the Illinois Waterway to the Mississippi River, out to New Orleans, through the Gulf of Mexico and around Key West. The demand is tremendous, as each and every day more and more youth are abused and either run away or forced out on the streets because of neglect. It was a T-shirt that was the final inspiration that led Craig Parrent, 34, to make the dramatic changes in his family’s lives that he and his wife had long been thinking about. If everything goes as planned, they will shove off next August for the second leg of the tour aboard their newly purchased Chris Craft cruiser.
They ate three home-prepared meals a day and would only eat out about twice a month, and only then with coupons.
The trip took them as far northeast as Maine, then south down along the eastern coast to Key West, west as far as San Diego, north to San Francisco and then back east toward home. Ryann liked learning how to ride a bike on Wellesley Island in New York and losing her front tooth taking a bite out of a Florida orange.
White Elementary, and Craig Parrent has gone back to work as an independent contractor to raise enough extra money for their next big adventure. Many turn to crime in order to support their addictions which have come about because of abuse and neglect simply to kill their pain. They plan to spend the next couple of years seeing the eastern half of the country by water. Highlights included days at Disney World, the Hearst Mansion, tours of the White House, museums, aquariums, historic sites, swimming, beachcombing. At present we are seeking land to build a new retreat to enable us the opportunity to house at least 200 +A youths. This facility will be a research facility to prove our thesis which is; Through nouthetic Biblical counseling individual youths with mental illness can find complete healing. We are certain that we can completely heal at the very least 50% of 70% of those diagnosed with a mental illness. Maxwell will be deciding upon and after this illness passed we will take a look at producing these scripts into feature films or television productions. Maxwell is spending this time taking care of his wife, and not in production, he has plenty of time to read scripts. Thus, this is a wonderful time to have him take a look at your script.i»?A This page is set aside to give us an opportunity to keep our visitor abreast of what is going on with Maxima Vision Films and our film school.
However, they have convinced the American public that this is the best America has to offer and even salute themselves as having done a great job.
At the same time we encourage our visitor to write us anything they feel may be of interest in film and television to our community. Many of these articles are written by our own CEO who is serious about keeping our whole community up to date with any breaking news and events we may be involved with. In the event you write to us a story we find the community may want to know about we will post here on this page.
These stories may be of any kind pertaining to the film and television industry, from casting calls our community may want to know about, to events in the area, to a new story ideas you come up with you think might make for a good film or television production.
Randall Maxwell of Maxima Vision Films takes some of the backdrop of that particular White House, fictionalizes the story, orchestrates some look-a-likes and dramatizes a womana€™s lust for power who is willing to do whatever it takes to become the first lady president of the United States, including assassination, sex, love or war. When three unlikely but well-intentioned groups of mighty people join forces to battle the demon, they face challenges within and without. Their variegated backgrounds, including slavery, military, and commoners, must be overlooked if they are to stop Man Burnera€™s evil quest. The powerful and precious Atma stones must be kept secret if the world is to be saved.Will Man Burner be able to succeed on his quest to find the Atma stones?
This delay is expected to last a couple of months, postponing production of every film by a couple of months.The reason for this suspension is due largely to the fact of us not yet having our film school, which is attached to our production company at the point where our investment group had wanted it by summer of 2013.


Another large factor is not finding a large enough pool of talent here locally who have enough professional film experience or training to allow us to completely cast four feature films per year, let alone finding enough professionally experienced crew.Thus, one of the things we are now awaiting is hiring a casting director in Hollywood to cast any remaining major speaking roles for each film we have been unable to cast thus far.
This is an all out effort to raise the bar in this region of professionally trained actors as well as crew. At this summer feature filmA  consortium; Whether you are an aspiring producer, director, script writer, editor, animator, actor, cinematographer, or just want to learn the ins and outs of the film making industry, you may begin as early as the summer of 2013 building your working resume by participation in our Summer Feature Film Consortium! Well, we have serious investors who share our same passions who are willing to put their money where their mouths are. Let us commit ourselves then together to perfecting our craft of film making and television production by committing to professional training and stop spending money with so-called agencies who are simply in business to sell schools and photos, but have no real connections to even consider making even a feature film. It is a very sad thing that so many have been lured into such scams and have been taken advantage of, but now it is time for change and a part of this change is a must, raising the bar of excellence. It is now time for us to show our investors that we are willing to invest in our future so that very soon they will allow us the opportunity that all of us can make a very good living doing what each of us love doing and that we are extremely passionate about.A This film school has always been and will continue to be always a very specialA  part of our production company and our plans for the future as a means of keeping well trained professionals continuing to come on board with our production offices, from professionally trained actors to crew.
This keeps fresh ideas coming through the doors, but more importantly it allows us to always know we have the most highly skilled actors and crew that money can buy.
Our investment group has always made the film school a stipulation on their investing in our feature films and will continue to do so. A One of the biggest concerns of our investment group is to keep from happening here what happened in Louisiana, where their film makers were at least diligent in getting their law makers to raise the incentives to entice major film production companies like Maxima to come into their state to produce films in their state. They were able to do this by quoting statistics which prove, when major film production companies come into your state and begin producing motion pictures, they bring with them literally millions of dollars into the local economy.
In Louisiana, they experienced tremendous success in enticing these companies into their state.A Unfortunately, these companies came by the droves, however, once there they found there was not enough professionally trained talent already there to produce the number of films they wanted to produce, causing them to have to hire the bulk of their needed talent out of state. Because these incentives are based on hiring local talent, these companies when they were forced to hire outside of state talent, they lost their incentives. Louisiana has since worked diligently trying to get professional instructors in their public schools and universities to train up a workforce of professionally trained film and television professionals to salvage what they can of the professional production companies who have remained and tried working with them.A At Maxima Vision Films, we have experienced the same thing in this region as far as finding sufficient professionally trained talent to do here what we had planned to do in this region. When I speak of this region, I am speaking of the region of Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.
We have two investment groups, one of which has already committed to funding four feature films or television productions per year over the next five years here in this region with Maxima. We want to shoot films that matter, films which can help to shape our culture positively as opposed to negatively. These films will be marketed directly to the Christian community, which when one considers 70% of the USA population are professed Christian, this is an enormous market. We are certain if we can keep our production cost down under a million dollars the odds are in our favor of at least breaking even if not making a few dollars, especially considering telling stories that matter.
If we can keep our films under $500,000 the odds go up even further, and we know one film in 6-7 will make a substantial return. Our main goal though is telling stories that matter, that might help shape our culture positively, and we can all make a decent living while doing what we are all passionate about doing.
A To accomplish all of this though, we are going to have to raise the bar here in this Texas region as far as talent goes.
We are diligently seeking those individuals who have a real passion for film making and television productions, who are driven by this passion to do whatever it takes to one day be able to make a living in a industry that chances are very bleak in anyone getting to a point of making a living.
However, one thing is for certain, to have any chance at all, the more one is willing to do in the industry, whether it be sweeping the floors, taking coffee to the director, or being the lead role, or simply investment of time, energy, and money to keep perfecting their craft, all tends to lead to work, which gives us more exposure, that in turn leads to more work, etc, etc, etca€¦ A The point is this; we have investors, which is something, if not the one and only thing which keeps most from doing what they truly want to do in this industry! These investors are seeking individuals like yourself who are like minded, those who have a real passion for film making and television productions, but who are also just as passionate about telling stores that matter.
However, the real key is finding these like minded individuals who take this business very serious, as serious as our investors take it, those who are willing to invest into their own future, so as to help them to perfect their individual craft so that they are the very best they can become, so that as a collaborative art form we are able as a group of individuals creating a quality product. After he began his own recovery, he helped set up centers to help other addicts."I abandoned my old life to serve the Lord Jesus Christ," he said. One twin struggles with an addition to prescription drugs, while the other battles doctors whose prescription anti-psychotics are driving her sister to madness and death.a€?One is what I call a€?preachya€™ and more for the church community and affirming faith,a€? Maxwell said. With the first type of film we will focus on films which are considered preachy and on the nose which will be marketed directly to the Christian community. The second types of films we will focus on are those designed to reach the un-churched with a message of hope for a hurting world, a film with at least a redemptive message. This investment group is especially interested in getting involved with projects where the project owner has some sort of invested interest in the project themselves or have some avenue to put together a split funded project somehow, thus splitting the risk as well.A A Thus, this investment group funded many trips around the country for Dr. Maxwell to travel and meet with other investment individuals, companies and groups who had expressed interest in partnerships with the films we were already in pre-production stage which were our films a€?Rachela€™s Gracea€? and a€?Sister Surrendereda€?, both of which had an estimated production budget of around $300,000. We had felt with partnering with others who could double the production budget we could add at least some actors with much experience as well as other talents. Unfortunately, at this point, though we met many such investment groups who had expressed interest in split funding our film projects, most simply had projects themselves who they wanted our investment group to invest in their film projects and did not show us even any interest what so ever in split funding our film projects after our investment group paid travel and lodging expenses for Dr Maxwell to meet with these people. A With this being said, this has been a very expensive summer for our investment group in trying to put together split funded film projects.


They will also pay for the building out of their facilities & furnish all the equipment such as cameras, audio and video equipment and editing equipment. At present, until contracts can be negotiated with management, doctors and nurses, etca€¦ All will be estimated cost for our annual budget. At present we do know our basic cost of operation for general expenses such as hourly employees, cost for utilities, etca€¦ Our basic cost is $12,740 per month per 10 clients. Our de-tox units are separate from our regular monthly operations in respect to cost to our clients as well as our regular monthly expenses. Our regular monthly cost per resident is around $1,700, however, our 28 day de-tox program we charge $10,000 for a 28 day program, most of which is paid by insurance. So, for illustration purposes and the purpose of this article we handle our regular program of recovery, which is at least a six month program, but many end up in either our 1 or 2 year program differently and separate from our de-tox. Do we continue to throw trillions of $$$ into a industry where no healing ever takes place?
Or, do we re-route our hard earned $$$ & put it into a program where people actually find complete healing and are set free from their bondage of medication?I would like to now thank my reader from the bottom of my heart for the time you took out of your busy schedule to read this whole article. It is my prayer and desire that you learned much about the mental health industry you didna€™t know before. As said before, there is a wealth of information out there that supports my thesis if one were to want to take the time and effort to research this topic.
I hope and pray that you may see very clearly that by uniting with Hope Retreat of the South with your money, timeA  and any other resources that we together may totally heal at least 70% of those who have been diagnosed with a mental illness. However, it is important to show our government and these corporations there is public support in order for them to give us such grants there must be foundational donors who support us. After watching the whole video, ask yourself how sharing the love Christ our Lord has for these youthA may make a tremendous difference in their lives.Though since we opened our first retreat in 2000-2001 in Lewiston Maine, a resident program working with both men and women with addictions, we have also worked with battered and abused women, at risk and troubled youth, a program for the elderly and orphanages around the world, our goal has always been to help shape our culture positively in the most productive way. When we chose to re-open Nashville we had board meeting where we decided to have the greatest impact on shaping our whole culture positively we should concentrate our whole effort in working with at risk and troubled youth, as the youth of today are our tomorrowa€™s leaders. It was decided we would build a facility which we could house 200+ youth in cottage setting with house parents who will give these youth a family type setting. I will break down these phases and discuss further what is available and programs at this facility for these youth, however, first allow me to explain why at the beginning of this article I stated you are already paying for such a facility.For the purpose of this article we are just going to address a percentage of the youth we serve, those with mental illness. We can build out our whole facility with a fraction of the cost that Americans are already spending on youth with mental illness.i»?CALLING ALL CHRISTIANS!!OUR PHILOSOPHYA  IS SIMPLEWe believe that every answer for a broken life can be found in Jesus Christ through His Word.
70% of the many who are diagnosed with a chemical imbalance, thus the cause of their mental illness, it is not a chemical imbalance at all until meds are applied, but more a sin problem verses mental illness, and when I say this I do not mean to imply it is a sin of our youth, but could be a sin of someone else. We have found and proven by adding a spiritual component to a clinical approach to mental illness the results can be astonishing. We have found through Nouthetic Biblical counseling 70% of those diagnosed with mental illness can be completely healed and never having to return to their meds or doctors that the doctors and the pharmacy industry have convinced our society these clients would have to remain on for their lifetime, and have to continue going to their doctor to have them to continue to prescribe these meds.
A This is a completely created need & multi- billion dollar industry by the pharmacy industry and doctors.
Though, through extensive research you will find sufficient evidence to support our thesis, you would be hard pressed to find a handful of people from the medical field who would support it.
Whereas Kirsch concludes that antidepressants are probably no more effective than placebos, Whitaker concludes that they and most of the other psychoactive drugs are not only ineffective but harmful.
He begins by observing that even as drug treatment for mental illness has skyrocketed, so has the prevalence of the conditions treated:The number of disabled mentally ill has risen dramatically since 1955, and during the past two decades, a period when the prescribing of psychiatric medications has exploded, the number of adults and children disabled by mental illness has risen at a mind-boggling rate. Thus we arrive at an obvious question, even though it is heretical in kind: Could our drug-based paradigm of care, in some unforeseen way, be fueling this modern-day plague?a€?The mental health industry has turned mental illness into an epidemic, practically a plague and the cost to America society is astonishing.
Whereas conditions such as schizophrenia and depression were once mainly self-limited or episodic, with each episode usually lasting no more than six months and interspersed with long periods of normalcy, the conditions are now chronic and lifelong.
Whitaker believes that this might be because drugs, even those that relieve symptoms in the short term, cause long-term mental harms that continue after the underlying illness would have naturally resolved. Antipsychotics cause side effects that resemble Parkinsona€™s disease, because of the depletion of dopamine (which is also depleted in Parkinsona€™s disease). As side effects emerge, they are often treated by other drugs, and many patients end up on a cocktail of psychoactive drugs prescribed for a cocktail of diagnoses. The episodes of mania caused by antidepressants may lead to a new diagnosis of a€?bipolar disordera€? and treatment with a a€?mood stabilizer,a€? such as Depokote (an anticonvulsant) plus one of the newer antipsychotic drugs. One well- respected researcher, Nancy Andreasen, and her colleagues published evidence that the use of antipsychotic drugs is associated with shrinkage of the brain, and that the effect is directly related to the dose and duration of treatment.Andreasen explained to The New York Times, a€?The prefrontal cortex doesna€™t get the input it needs and is being shut down by drugs.
In the case of the mentally ill this is the wasting away of the brain.i»?A look at Mental Illness Policy.



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