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Monday, July 7, 2014

The Jesus Guy on Talk with Dan and Matt

Sean Tracey was recently contacted by Matt Straub, one of the hosts of the internet talk show Talk with Dan and Matt. The Jesus Guy came into their hometown and sat down with the hosts.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Pentecost Voyage

The Jesus Guy composed a short highlight video filled with great shots and moments from his trip to the Pentecost. Check it out!

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Soul Food Movies Review

Soul Food movies did a great review of the The Jesus Guy film, a Sean Tracey production.

The Jesus Guy in Jerusalem

The Jesus guy delivers a couple of video messages from Jerusalem telling us what he is up to. The subject of our movie has been invited by the Superior at the Jesuit House in Jerusalem, Father Joseph Nguyen, to do a one month discernment meditative program, a spiritual exercise of Saint Ignatius. His retreat will take place at the hermitage at Gethsemane, and will include Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Click on the links, there are 3 different videos 1, 2, 3


Wednesday, May 4, 2011

"It's weird. I have a picture of What's His Name that I took years ago when he was in Philadelphia. I was scanning it to put it on my Mom's computer for her screensaver. I decided to google him and see if he was still around. That is how I came across your website. I decided to put it on my Facebook page because I liked him and thought maybe others might be interested in hearing about this movie. Of course, there are people who like him and those who think he is a kook and don't you know the first comment I get is from someone who thinks he is a real nut. Oh well, that's what makes the world go round, we are all different. Anyway, thank you for your work in getting this movie out. I am sure our family will enjoy it."
-An email from a Jesus Guy Enthusiast

Monday, January 17, 2011

A Pastor in Pennsylvania

"I enjoyed the movie very much. It was neat to see WYN again and to see him as a real, flesh and blood person. I am still in awe of the way he lives and the mission he has to touch people's hearts with the love and grace of God. I want to do the same, and sometimes the "church structure" makes the ministry seem regimented. Its just so neat that he has made this opportunity to live the life style as a simple and unencumbered person. I am in a very small congregation, and there is a lot of discussion around this area that small churches are a thing of the past and that one church - one pastor is from the 60's and no longer valid in 2011. That scares me because in my small church I am able to be more of Jesus' presence to the people and have a one-on-one personal relationship with those whom I serve; whereas people from larger congregations tell me that members do not have a close relationship with their pastor. I hear them saying they like the big church because they can walk in and walk out without any personal contact. But, I ask, wasn't Jesus about personal contact and a one-on-one connection with God? WYN epitomizes that concept in a very unique and profound way."

"Thank you very much for taking the time to make this movie. In many ways The Jesus Guy
 has re-awakened questions and concerns that empower me in my ministry, and I really appreciate the opportunity you gave me to know more about WYN and his calling."

A Pastor in Pennsylvania

Thursday, December 30, 2010

The Jesus Guy on TV



Last week, What's Your Name (The Jesus Guy) was on the Award-Winning Sam Lesante Show. The show is the #1 talk show in all of Northeastern Pennsylvania. What's Your Name discussed what he has been doing in the past two years since he was in Hazleton, Pennsylvania. He talks about his trip to Rome and the time he spent in the holy land during holy week. What's Your Name continues to evangelize but mainly in Tampa, Florida due to some health problems that are restricting him from walking as much as he used to. He hopes that his words can be spread through the help of Sean Tracey's film, The Jesus Guy.

What's Your Name also discusses with Sam Lesante why he decided to make a movie and how it came about. Sean Tracey read about What's Your Name in Time Magazine and thought he would be an interesting subject to make a documentary about. An interview was arranged in Pennsylvania and together they decided to make a film. Together they filmed for 7 years and recorded over ninety hours of footage to create the documentary you can see today. What's Your Name is very happy with the outcome because of its authenticity and rawness. He fells that Sean made a film that captures special moments between people and their reactions. The whole episode of the show can be seen at ssptv.com.