INrich Mentorship – Creating with God’s Infusion with Amanda Miess
August 21 @ 5:30 pm – October 2 @ 6:30 pm PST
CREATING WITH GOD
Led by Amanda Miess
Many of us feel called to create media to impact the world for God’s Kingdom, but how do we do that? What does the Lord of Heaven’s Armies want us to create? And how do we partner with Him to execute the dreams He’s placed on our hearts? The mission of this series is to equip women in the entertainment industry to hear God and fine tune our spiritual gifts so that we can be co-creators with Christ.
How do you co-create with God? How does the Holy Spirit play into your thoughts and how do you know if what your creating is with God and not just you? These are some of the questions writer and filmmaker Amanda Miess will be discussing and stretching your thoughts and actions to boost your creative and imaginative thinking allowing you to create extraordinary projects from the heart of God.
More about Amanda:
Amanda Ashley Miess is a bold filmmaker who doesn’t shy away from taking risks and breaking new ground. Miess has always had a fire to create high caliber entertainment that speaks to the hearts of young global audiences. Her first job in the industry was reading scripts for Transformers producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura. Since then, she has worked for some of the most influential names in the industry, including Jerry Bruckheimer, The Walt Disney Studios, and Warner Bros.
For the past four years Miess has overseen numerous projects at Little Dot Studios and is currently spearheading original TV projects as their Director of Development and Production. As a filmmaker, Amanda has developed, produced, and directed a host of kid-led shows for big brands such as Disney Princess, DC, and Mattel, with some videos reaching over 10 million views on YouTube. She also co-created and co-directed the Pure Flix superhero comedy series The Power Couple, featuring Hallmark stars Alexa and Carlos PenaVega. In her free time, she has won awards for her original screenplays and has made several short films, including festival winners Silence Is Olden and Remember Me, winner of 9 awards at LA’s 168 Film Festival.
Amanda lives in Pasadena, CA with her husband David and two sons and serves on the leadership team at her local church.