Stone Path Studios, a division of Bethany Lutheran College’s production wing, has been around since 2011.

The goal of the non-profit organization is to serve other non-profits and faith-based organizations that normally couldn’t afford to pay top dollar for video production.

Its mission is simple. Students gain experience while earning money and organizations, like Go Red for Women, can raise money and awareness for their cause.

The organization is led by students and supervised by Bethany staff member Kurt Shrader.

For the last five years, Stone Path has produced videos that are used at the Go Red for Women luncheon which celebrate women heart survivors. The videos are very powerful and emotional.

Caleb Schilling, junior at Bethany and student leader in Stone Path, and producer of the last two Go Red videos, joined the BLC Studios podcast to talk about his involvement in the Go Red stories and how it has changed his perspective on video production.

To learn more about Stone Path Studios and to see if your production fits their mission, email Kurt and Caleb at