What happens when a person walks in the fullness of their Christ Identity?

IDENTITY PROJECT is a documentary film centered on receiving, understanding, and walking in our true identity in Christ.  Asking the question, “What happens when a person grabs a hold of who they are in Christ and who they were created to be?”  The miraculous happens….  Radical transformation occurs….  The Supernatural comes….  They become Unstoppable… They begin to DO what Jesus DID….

By the time we finished filming, we had driven over 17,000 miles, taken numerous flights, and filmed in 14 cities following several well-known power evangelists who walk in the supernatural and the prophetic while they trained and equipped ordinary believers like you and me through 3-4 day conferences (schools of ministry) to do the same.   Along the way, we met and filmed many people from all walks of life whose lives were completely and radically transformed by the power and love of Jesus.  As they began to grasp who they were as Sons and Daughters of God with a Christ Identity, the miraculous happened.  Never did we expect to encounter the Holy Spirit in such powerful, life-changing ways.  Our entire crew and our family have been completely wrecked and totally transformed in the process of capturing the Father’s heart for His children and walking out who we really are.

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Tiffany Lively has been working for over 20 years as a freelance photographer whose subject matter ranges from people to landscapes. After graduating from the University of Delaware with a BSBA in Finance and Photography, she went to work at the Maine Media Workshops serving as their studio manager. Tiffany was then mentored by celebrity photographer, Douglas Kirkland, working as his studio manager and 1st assistant. She has also assisted other well-known photographers such as Joyce Tenneson, John Goodman, Nick Vedros, Elizabeth Opalenick, and Larry Fink. Her photography has taken her to various major cities and countries including LA, NYC, Boston, Italy, and Sweden. She has photographed a variety of celebrities and entertainers for clients such as Mix Magazine, Heavyocity Music and Media, Native Instruments, Time Out-NY, Fortune, Rock the Sound, 32 Records, Power Station New England, Lightyear Entertainment, BullToro Watches, Everett-Free & Ginsberg Advertising Agency-TobyMac, Skillet, Newsboys, Family Force 5, Hawk Nelson, Jeremy Camp, Deborah Harry, and YummY. Her images have been published nationally and internationally, as well as been exhibited in numerous galleries and other venues winning several awards.

Douglas Lively has been producing, directing, writing, and working as a cinematographer on award-winning films, television commercials, and corporate communications projects in the film and television industry for over 25 years. Having graduated from Art Center College of Design with a BA in Film Production, his cinematography has won awards and recognition from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as well as the Directors Guild of America. He is passionate about finding the “story” in every project and loves using the latest technology to deliver high-end visual cinematic images to make an impact on audiences around the world. Douglas has also taught film production at various colleges and universities as well as sat on numerous panels discussing market trends for creative film and video production services. He has worked with clients such as Hasbro, Rovio, LucasFilm, Google, Swarovski, ESPN, Canon, Verizon, and Thule, just to name a few.

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It is from a place of deep suffering that Karen Hornsby writes songs of encouragement for the brokenhearted. “Though weeping may endure for the night, God promises that joy will come in the morning,” Karen declares. She recalls performing “I Need You, Lord,” a song birthed after hearing a grim report from Gabi’s doctor. “When I opened my eyes, people were standing with their hands and voices lifted high, tears flowing down their faces. My song had validated their pain and had given their souls a way to voice what had been locked up inside. That was the day when joy began to strengthen me, and I saw a greater purpose to all the suffering. Somehow, God could use my sorrow to unlock the souls of men.”

Karen’s rich, soul-stirring vocals, which have been compared to a fetching mash-up of Celine Dion and Carrie Underwood, soon caught the ears of the producers of ABC-TV’s innovative reality show, Rising Star. While she wowed the judges with her remarkable voice, she also touched the hearts of millions of viewers around the country with her poignant story, earning a standing ovation on the show and making fans out of the host and judges, including superstars Josh Groban, Kesha and Brad Paisley.

In This Episode:

  • Karen’s experience on ABC’s Rising Star and how the superstars on the show connected with her story
  • How superstar Kesha poured herself into Karen and opened up about her own struggles
  • Brad Paisley‘s invitation to perform with him
  • Her survival of a fiery auto accident and a state trooper’s miraculous arrival on the scene
  • Her husband Todd’s and daughter Gabi’s fight against cancer
  • We listen to a sample of It’s Me from her self-titled debut album

The Karen Hornsby CD Project exists to leverage the power of music to strengthen, encourage, and validate those whose trials in this life can seem overwhelming. Karen’s no stranger to life’s darkest hours, her all original CD is produced to illustrate how she has been able to navigate impossible odds with God’s help.


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How Would Jesus Vote? – NYT Best-Selling Author Darrell L. Bock | Episode 69

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | More   If Jesus were a voting man, living in twenty-first century America, on what side of our many political issues would he stand? As we approach another election, we hear politicians on both sides of the aisle as well as religious […]

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Young Faith and A New Path – Singer-Songwriter Sommer Floyd | Episode 68

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | More   If you look up “All American Girl” in the dictionary, chances are the definition will be accompanied by a picture of Sommer Floyd. Growing up in the Texas Hill Country, Sommer was an honor roll student, gifted athlete, beauty queen, […]

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From Drug Lord to Redemption – Pastor Dimas Salaberrios | Episode 67

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | More   On the streets of New York, darkness and violence reigned. Dimas “Daylight” Salaberrios began selling drugs when he was eleven years old, and by sixteen he had served his first stint at the notorious Rikers Island prison. Dimas saw only […]

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Secrets in Faith with Author David Hampton and special guest Ilonka Deaton | Episode 66

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | More   David’s life story is certainly highlighted by his prodigy-like talent at the piano, his awards for songwriting and musicianship, the songs and hymns he has published and recorded, and traveling with a host of well-known music artists. However, David found […]

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What is a Man’s Beauty? Singer-Songwriter, Author Paul Good PLUS an Update with John Schlitt| Episode 65

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | MoreToday we have a two-for-one show.  First up, I speak with singer-songwriter, author, Paul Good. Paul is releasing two really good projects; his new album, Andreia and his book Rooster Call. Then, Grammy-winning rocker John Schlitt returns to talk about The Union […]

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Unexpected Faith in Movie UNION BOUND with Producer Michael Davis | Episode 64

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | More   IN THEATERS NOW, Union Bound is based on the actual diaries of Union Soldier, Joseph Hoover, an unlikely survivor of the Underground Railroad. I love Civil War movies.  I’m fascinated by the impact the war had on our society, the debate […]

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Faith, Goals and Poop? Kick Start Author and NCAA Record Holder Tom Thompson | Episode 63

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | More   On November 14, 2009, Dr. Emmet C. (Tom) Thompson II kicked his way into the record books. At age 61, he became the oldest football player in NCAA history and the oldest NCAA football player to score a point when […]

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Comedian Chonda Pierce – Stand-Up for Families, Laughing in the Dark | Episode 62

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | More   Emmy® -nominated and best-selling comedian Chonda Pierce or “the country comic” as Billboard Magazine dubbed her, has been making audiences laugh for more than two decades with her winning combination of fierce wit and southern charm. Pierce is fresh off […]

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Pat Boone, Legendary Actor, Singer-Songwriter – GOD’S NOT DEAD 2, His Faith and American History | Episode 61

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | More It was an honor and joy to speak with legendary actor and singer-songwriter Pat Boone.  We discuss his role in the new movie God’s Not Dead 2 and Pat gives us a little American history lesson. Google Pat Boone – be warned, […]

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Cheri Keaggy | No Longer My Own | Reflective Passion for God | Episode 60

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | More Cheri Keaggy began her career as a worship leader at a small church in Southern California before recording her debut album on Sparrow Records, Child of the Father, in 1994. Honored with a Dove Award nomination for New Artist of the […]

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