television shows, movies, and commercials doing many
jobs including driver, props, set dresser, storyboard artist
and acting. In between, he created his own body of work.
Many of his films have been included in the Cucalorus
Film Festival. Every film was a steppingstone to becoming
a better director.
With a green light from Global River Church, by
September Blake had a permit from the county to erect
his 100- by 60-foot tent between the administration
and children’s buildings. Partnering with Senior Pastor
Tom Hauser and his daughter, senior worship leader Sara
Hauser-Bonnett, things were humming along for Blake,
including a desire to capture the tent revival in film.
“I said, ‘What’s this look like to you?’” Hubbard says.
Left: The Tent of Meeting on the ground of Global River Church in Wilmington
went up in September 2021. Above, from top: Pastor “Bishop” Funsho Aduloju
teaches the crowd, “You have what you say.” Worship leaders Mark and
Jaimie Lilley. Because of daily and nightly schedules, worship teams began
combining to create a full band when other bandmembers were not avail-able.
Three different worship teams combined for the final set of the night on
November 13, when the church’s Hispanic congregation held a celebration
of Jewish heritage. Seen are (right) Tucker family members Jillian and (front)
Ashley Tucker, (left) Agape Tribe guitarist Brent Naylor and Daniel Christian
on the bass. Not seen is Agape Tribe’s Sara Hauser-Bonnett on keyboard.