A Ripple of Hope
See the Film
A Ripple of Hope is airing on over 200 Public TV stations through American Public Television. To find an airing in your community, use the PBS Station Finder.
- American Public Television Worldwide
- Australian Broadcasting Corporation – Australia
- Lilium Distribution – Italy, Malta, Monaco, San Marino, Italian-speaking Switzerland, Monte Carlo, Vatican City, Capodistra
- Media Entertainment, Ind. – Hungary, Romania
- Middle East Television Network, Inc. (Alhurra Television) – Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mouritania, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Palestinian Authority
- Televisio De Catalunya – Spain, Catalonia
- YLE Finnish Broadcasting Company – Finland
In the News
Meet the Crew
Dr. Boggs has received nearly 20 Gold, Platinum, and Multiplatinum RIAA Video Awards, 4 Telley awards, the Voice Magazine Video of the Year award, 2 regional Emmy nominations, and multiple Gold Addy awards, and was nominated for a Dove Award in 1994. He received a B.A. in History and an M.A. in Mass Media from the University of Akron, and a Ph.D. in Communication from Kent State University. His programs have aired on the Family Channel, Nashville Network, Gospel Music Channel, TBN, and others.
Mark G. Dawson
Director of Photography & Second Unit Director
Mark is Covenant’s primary producer/director and cinematographer. He worked as a TV news photographer/editor for 7 years earning 17 state, regional, and national awards before joining the staff of an award-winning Nashville, Tennessee film and video production company. Mark’s work has been honored with Telly, ADDY, Aurora and Angel awards as well as a Regional Emmy™ Nomination in 2004. Mark has shot projects across the USA and around the world.
David Armstrong has worked in video production for more than 20 years. Dave is the recipient of a regional Emmy award for his direction of Candles and Carols.
Dr. Baird is a professor of Communication at Anderson University. His work in political journalism has been published in a number of journals including Quill, American Journalism, The Columbia Journalism Review, and Christianity Today. He received his M.A. from Wheaton College and his Ph. D. in Mass Communications from Purdue University.
Rev. James Morehead
Rev. Morehead is an accomplished actor, playwright, author of two full-length plays and a book of poetry entitled “Life’s Reflections.” He’s won numerous awards including “Outstanding Teacher of the Year” from Anderson University in 1995. He presently serves as Senior Pastor of the Pasadena Heights Church of God, Indianapolis, Indiana, and is a noted speaker, lecturer, workshop leader, and preacher.