Crave: The Documentary – Calgary Edition

What role do our deepest human cravings for intimacy, destiny, and meaning play in our search for God? Crave: The Documentary – Calgary Edition explores how regardless of race, background or spirituality, we all have one thing in common: the cravings of our soul.

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Discover how to meet your deepest cravings.

Explore the meaning of this video through our interactive discussion questions for this film! Or if you’d rather talk with someone privately, talk to one of our mentors.

Do you have cravings for intimacy, destiny, or meaning? Maybe for something else? We’d like to hear your thoughts!

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17 Responses to “Crave: The Documentary – Calgary Edition”

  • Jamie Jamie says:

    Lynne, you can also access this documentary directly from Vimeo at https://player

    It is great for people to watch on this article though because then they can join in the conversation and find links to other resources that go deeper into the questions that are raised by Erwin and his team.

    I look forward to hearing back from you so we can make sure this documentary can be viewed and shared with everyone.

  • Jamie Jamie says:

    Hi Lynne, I don’t see any stuttering when I view the video. Can you tell me where in the video you see that stuttering? And what browser you are using? It will help the technical team know how to improve the experience for everyone.

  • Lynne says:

    Great presentation! exploring the meaning of life, purpose & that ever present pull beyond the elementary principles of the world to that somewhat elusive eternal reality that whispers, “come, dine with me”. In the light, we can unite with all the love, joy, peace, mercy & grace of God’s perfect design & passion!

    … if we walk in the light, as He is in the light, we have fellowship one with another & the blood of Jesus Christ, His Son cleans us from all sin! 1 John 1:7

    The video stuttering really is distracting & i hope the powers that be can tend to it. i’d love to share it when it’s a little more user friendly.

  • Narah - says:

    Not even i can believe where your book has taken me. It has honestly taken me a year to read this book. Been through alot since then.

  • Shelley says:

    Thanks for the comment Dale

  • Dale says:

    I loved the Calgary video, but it played better on Youtube than it did here. Perhaps your technicians could look into that.

  • Kate says:

    So great to know so many people are enjoying this. Share it, talk about it, and thanks for posting your encouraging words here!!!

  • Allison says:

    Beautifully done, loved the video. I was especially moved by David, the graffiti artist. Has he heard the Good News?! Praying for him to “connect with God” as he said … it really is “dope”, David!!!

  • Doris Beck Doris says:

    I’m glad that you loved the documentary Dorothy. It is a great tool to start spiritual conversations with people which is exactly what it was intended for!! Keep sharing it and keep sharing Jesus!!

  • Dorothy says:

    Wow, I just loved the documentary, Crave Calgary. My home town. I was so inspired when I left church that Sunday. I passed out several cd’s that week and was amazed by the conversations that opened up after.

    I am so blessed to be the change I so craved once I let go of expecting others to be the change.


    Because of FINALLY realizing I was not given a spirit of timidity but a spirit of power, of love and of self discipline I am able to stand up and speak up . . . no longer showing up and shutting up!


    Come fly with me sisters in Christ.

  • Briaan says:

    the moovie was brakinmg up and could not see it.
    would prequil; help me understand it better.

    mmeentor 24

  • Terry says:

    I think that we spend too much time looking for something that is right here within us.

    We have made something simple complicated as that makes it easier to take.

    God loves us, we walked away not him.

  • Alve C says:

    OMG! WOW! What a wonderful video! This video is just what I needed to see and hear right now. WELL DONE!

    DAVID the grafitti artist conversation touched me because it was so REAL! His true emotions! He didn’t run from the questions, and I pray that GOD heals and delivers his heart from whatever bondage he may feel.

  • Felicia Olulana says:

    Really encouraging to know how much pple are doing to encourage others to direct their energies in the right direction. EVERYONE NEEDS GOD I mean God Almighty.Thanks A GGREAT DEAL.

  • Awesome! Really cool to feature Brett Wilson, who is kind of an icon in Calgary.

    I wept when David, the graffiti artist said he wanted ‘to know God’ and ‘connect with God’…’that would be really dope’…’to say yo, I know you man.’

    Loved it.

    Thank you Erwin for your creativity and your relentless pursuit of truth. You’re an inspiration. You represented Calgary well :)


  • Jan says:

    Very well done….very timely in my life to think about my “soul” purpose. Thank you.

  • Scott says:

    Really loved the Calgary video…. the questions in it, and the thoughts it provoked. Thanks.


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