Genesis offers counseling and support services to victims of domestic violence, using EMDR therapy and other trauma-focused approaches to help find safe housing and obtain protective orders.
Modern readers often struggle to make sense of Genesis as an integrated narrative and how science and the Bible coexist in harmony.
Early Life and Education
George Lucas was born and raised on a walnut ranch near Modesto, California. He attended St Albans School and Christchurch Boys’ High School – receiving the nickname Bing after legendary entertainer Bing Crosby.
He graduated with a bachelor of film degree from University of Southern California. While at USC, he created several short films including Electronic Labyrinth THX 1138 4EB which won a prize at the National Student Film Festival in 1967. Subsequently he co-founded American Zoetrope with fellow USC film students John Milius and Francis Ford Coppola where he served as camera operator on Gimme Shelter: A Rolling Stones Concert Documentary from 1969.
Lucas also established a charitable foundation which promotes project-based learning and other educational reforms, and serves as a longtime patron of the arts by contributing to film preservation and restoration efforts.
Genesis Lucas is an experienced attorney and business broker with an impressive record of success. Working closely with clients and the firm’s coast-to-coast legal team, she helps identify creative, customized solutions tailored to individual business goals in each transaction.
Genesis has welcomed Jann since 2012 as its Director of Fundraising for Residential Client Services. As such, she oversees all fundraising activities for Genesis including events, grants, general donations and the Heart-to-Heart recurring donor program. Furthermore, she is certified with International Conference on Crimes against Women as a trainer; with extensive knowledge in domestic violence programs.
Lucas started with a stock Genesis Coupe, but to give his car some edge he added 20-inch Forgiato Artigli ECL wheels, ISR suspension arms and control arms, as well as Parts Shop Max coilover systems to give his ride an aggressive appearance.
Achievement and Honors
Lucas has earned some of the entertainment industry’s highest honors. His groundbreaking film Star Wars set box office records and set new standards for visuals and sound fidelity; moreover, it inspired an entire generation to pursue their goals.
In 2004, he received the National Medal of Technology, America’s highest award for technological achievement. Additionally, the Producers Guild of America presented him with its Milestone Award – joining Louis B. Mayer, Walt Disney, and Steven Spielberg among its past honorees.
George Lucas serves as chairman of the George Lucas Educational Foundation, which applies his technical and storytelling experience to education. Additionally, he sits on The Film Foundation Board of Trustees alongside directors Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola.
Robert Crumb of Zap Comix fame initiated an ambitious five-year effort in the 1960s to hand letter and draw all 50 chapters of Genesis by hand, an astonishing undertaking which is now on display alongside works by Durer, Rembrandt, and Hogarth among many other graphic masters.
Judge Lucas was an enthusiastic supporter of the new United States and its republican form of governance, earning himself two appointments from President Thomas Jefferson: as justice of the territorial superior court and member of the Louisiana land board.
Genesis stands out among Ancient Near Eastern mythologies by featuring creation stories where, following each act of creation, God declares it good – in stark contrast to other creation mythologies that emphasize conflict between cosmic forces of good and evil as key features.
Genesis Denise Hale, just 16 years old and already an established actor on television series like The Chi. Her acting credentials speak for themselves with multiple acting credits under her belt and being best-known for her performance as one of its stars.
Lucas made his mark as an award-winning filmmaker with “American Graffiti”, an amusing yet nostalgic 1960s-set cruising drama he directed, then went on to direct numerous blockbuster hits such as “Star Wars.”
He used some of his profits from these films to invest in Industrial Light & Magic’s groundbreaking computer graphics research, later selling this division to Steve Jobs for him to turn into Pixar and become an animation powerhouse. However, due to taxes in both California and federal jurisdictions upon such sales transactions his net worth reached over $4 billion.