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Phil Vischer: What if Your Dream Dies?

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On October 3, 2011 the Creator of Veggie Tales, Phil Vischer, gave a talk at Liberty University Convocation on how God worked in his life and career through his experiences of success, fame, and failure. He asked students when a dream dies, what is more important: God or the dream? Furthermore Vischer spoke on how God worked in his life and career through his experiences of success, fame, and failure.

The talk includes precious lessons on first place and not making a god out of God’s work. Run time is 33 minutes. (Note that in the first couple of minutes there is some lighter conversation to break the ice before Vischer gets into the core of the message.)

Watch the Video below or click on this link.

From Wikipedia: Phillip Robert “Phil” Vischer (born June 16, 1966) is an American voice actor, puppeteer, writer, animator and songwriter known for creating the computer-animated video series VeggieTales with partner and friend Mike Nawrocki. He is famous for providing the voice of Bob the Tomato in the series.

Vischer attended St. Paul Bible College and got involved with the puppet ministry where he met Mike Nawrocki. Vischer originally wanted to go to film school after bible college but never made it. He ended up working for Amoco and Montgomery Ward as a truckdriver afterwards.

Vischer founded GRAFx Studios 1989 after buying an animation software, the company that dedicated in animating commercials and logos. That same year he animated and directed Mr. Cuke’s Screen Test featuring Larry the Cucumber. In early 1993 he teamed up with Mike Nawrocki and started Big Idea Productions (now Big Idea Entertainment).

From 1993 to 2002, Vischer led the company as lead director and writer. In 2003 (after the release of Jonah) Big Idea went bankrupt and Vischer sold the company to Classic Media and left the company.

In 2005 he started Jellyfish Labs a new creative workshop where he produces faith-based projects. In 2007 Vischer expanded the company by launching JellyTelly. As of 2010, Vischer has started producing What’s in the Bible, a new video series using puppetry.

Vischer still works on VeggieTales as a scriptwriter and voice actor as well as Big Idea’s president under a contract by Classic Media.

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