Music Videos

Here are a few of Jennifer Shaw's music videos:

  • "Your Child" is a song celebrating every life, inspired by Jennifer's personal experience with her son's early diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorder and written in honor of special needs children and families everywhere.
  • "To Be Love" was written in response to the issue of child trafficking after Jennifer and her husband traveled to Thailand with the organization Remember Nhu.  This video was made for them and is found on her 2012 album Someday.
  • "Life Not Typical" is a joyful and energetic expression of the new life, the full life, the life not typical found in Jesus Christ and was directed by Jeffrey Kubach, known for his work on the hit TV series Survivor. This song was released initially as a radio single to accompanies the release of Jennifer's book by the same title and was later included on Someday.
  • "God Loved the World" is from Jennifer's album Love Broke Through and has been included in several works from LifeWay.  This music video was also directed by Jeffrey Kubach.
  • Your Child
  • To Be Love
  • Life Not Typical
  • God Loved the World

Introduction

  • An Introduction

Appearances

Jennifer appeared on FamilyLife Today in April 2013 as part of a series on families and children with special needs. The audio for both episodes can be found here:

The audio files and transcripts for the shows can also be accessed directly from FamilyLife Today.

  • Crystal Cathedral

The Harvest Show

Jennifer's appearance on The Harvest Show on October 26th, 2010.

100 Huntley Street

Jennifer's appearance on 100 Huntley Street on February 22nd, 2010.

100 Huntley Street

August 12th, 2008 television interview on 100 Huntley Street in three parts.

Other

Jennifer's rendition of the National Anthem for the Pittsburgh Pirates on August 3rd, 2010.

Slideshow from the UK/Kenya Trip in 2009

Dave Chilcoat

This interview of Jennifer's father was filmed in 2006 and contains his stirring witness to Jesus Christ.

This is Dave's talk at the 35th anniversary celebration of Young Life - Columbus in 2005.