Ivie thought he was going halfway around the world to make a movie---what he didn't realize was that God had ulterior motives! This behind-the-scenes story chronicles the impact that Pastor Lee's compassion had on South Korean babies and on Ivie, a film director who went from living as a spiritual orphan to becoming a son of God. 240 pages, softcover from Cook.
Brian Ivie was filled with compassion as he read an LA Times article about Pastor Lees solution to unwanted newborns in South Koreaa baby drop box. Brian traveled halfway around the world to film the documentary The Drop Box. But God had even bigger plans. For in the midst of filming the plight of these abandoned and forgotten children, Brian realized his own spiritual brokenness.
At its heart, this is a story of spiritual orphansyoung and olddiscovering their true identity as children of God.
Brian Ivie is the award-winning director of The Drop Box film and cofounder of Kindred Image. He recently graduated from The Bryan Singer Division of Critical Studies at USCs School of Cinematic Arts. The published film critic and recreational songwriter became a Christian while working on The Drop Box film.
Ted Kluck is an award-winning, internationally published author of more than a dozen books, including Robert Griffin III: Athlete, Leader and Were Not Emergent, by Two Guys Who Should Be (coauthored with Kevin DeYoung). His articles have appeared in ESPN the Magazine, Christianity Today, and The Washington Post.