Over his career, Craig has produced an extensive array of helpful, informative and inspirational videos designed to provide timely and relevant information on a wide variety of topics. These videos intentionally target key issues and core areas of life and living to provide the viewer both meaningful material and inspirational content. Craig continues to produce videos on a regular basis to keep his inventory current. You will find a carefully chosen selection of his videos included on this page. You will also find a more comprehensive collection of Craig’s videos on both Youtube and Godtube.
TCT Television Interview
In April 2012, Craig was interviewed on the TCT Television Network program Rejoice. The topic of the interview centered on grief and loss as a complex and difficult issue dealt with by many. The nature of grief and loss as relative to the particular loss and the individuals experiencing the loss renders the grieving process as complex but hopeful. View the video below to see the full broadcast (one hour).
Church Video Interview
In October of 2012, Craig spoke on mental health at a Douglas county area church. The content of the interview centered on practical and basic ways to deal with a variety of issues relative to grief and loss. View the video below to see the full talk (46 minutes).
Most of us don’t thrive, and I find that incredibly tragic. If you think about it, it seems that we get caught up in the everyday stuff of life and living. And over time, the day-in and day-out routine of fulfilling obligations, of taking care of tasks, of solving the problems that are part of life, and just getting everything done becomes the sum total of our existence. Over time, completing these things becomes our definition of life. We begin to believe that the sum total of our purpose and the rational for our existence is to carry these things out. And when this becomes our mentality, we’re not thriving. In reality all we’re doing is surviving. It’s not that these tasks are unimportant or that we should try to avoid them. It’s not about avoiding or minimizing the obligations that are ours. It’s not about that at all. Rather, it’s about realizing that life is far more than the sum total of the tasks that we have to complete every day. It’s realizing that we’re all here for a reason that’s far beyond the tasks that we complete. It’s understanding that if the tasks become mistaken for that greater purpose, we’ll do nothing more than survive. There are several initial steps to moving from surviving to thriving. Implementing these steps can lead us to a life of liberation and freedom.