Tag Archives: Jesse Moss

The Overnighters: Dealing With The Aftermath (Movie Review)

Director Jesse Stone delivered a masterpiece with his documentary,¬†The¬†Overnighters. When I discussed the story of Pastor Jay Reinke with him in November, he hinted at a post script interview with Reinke after the film had been edited. Now, with the … Continue reading

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The Overnighters: One-on-One With Director Jesse Moss (Interview)

The Overnighters tells the story of Pastor Jay Reinke, of Wiliston, ND, who opened the doors of his church, Concordia Lutheran, and his home to homeless men seeking jobs in the oil fields. While some of the struggles may be … Continue reading

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The Overnighters: When Ministry Gets Messy (Movie Review)

You and I are a whole lot more alike than we are different. We’re broken. And we’re in this together.– Rev. Jay Reinke, to a homeless worker Pastor Jay Reinke never meant to start a program for homeless workers in … Continue reading

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