Tom Gilson

Shout-Out: Epiphany Space

I got an email last night from Epiphany Space, a coworking and collaboration place for actors and artists pursuing the Hollywood dream. It's especially intended to provide a place for Christians to connect, though all are welcome.

I studied recording engineering in Studio City and Hollywood as a young guy, and even taught aspects of it at the Grove School of Music in Studio City. I was pretty good at it, which in that environment meant there was no chance for me: you have to beat out competition that's great.

I found out in the process that there's a lot of respect there for talent, but not much for Christian conviction. It left me with an enduring interest in helping Christians connect with one another in that always strange and sometimes hostile environment. So I'm giving a shout-out here to Epiphany Space. They need some funding: would you help?

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