In our documentary Entrusted With Arrows we were privileged to spend some time with the Jost family. At the end of our day of filming we had some time to record a song from their new album called What Happy Is and were able to include the living room performance of the song on our DVD (so if you a Jostie fan that is one more good reason to get the DVD!). This week the the Josties released the official music video of the song. Check it out it really is a fantastic song and video!
FINALLY! A video about the Jost interview – Made by me!
However, I apologize if you don’t understand this video at all. But the truth is, the day went exactly like this. Random, confusing, and everything inbetween. So enjoy, and laugh anyways.
Another thing: this video is made up of footage I’ve been taking on set during filming – I’m currently recovering from a broken arm, and I’m not the best, so it may get better as time goes on.
Important: No animals were harmed in the making of this film.
To whom it may concern: WE’RE SORRY.
EDIT: The video is now embedded Tangle, so for you who still want the YouTube video, please visit this link.
This week we drove down to the little town of Milk River in southern Alberta to meet and interview a devout Christian family, the Josts. We have had previous connections with a few of the older kids, but really getting to know the whole family was a joy, and it was awesome to learn the heart of Dale Jost, the father.
The Josts, along with living on an acreage and raising various animals, have several albums and tour regularly under the name of “The Josties”. If you want to learn more, please visit their website, Josties dot com.
Aside from this, Jesse, the oldest, is an excellent speaker. I have personally heard him, and he delivers his message in a way I have never heard anywhere else. Josiah, the third oldest, is currently designing logos for an international clientelle, and does it quite professionally. Visit SiahDesign.com to find more information about his company, what he does, and what he believes.
They have also produced a small homeschool magazine, Hearts At Home, which is delivered to several hundred readers. I could go on with details, but we’ll leave some of that for you to find out in the documentary, and you can visit the Josties website. I hope to upload some exclusive photos and video of our visit, so keep your eyes peeled and feel free to subscribe!!