Child abuse is a very serious thing and educating not only the community on looking for signs on children as well as how to prevent it from happening in the first place. The tough part is, how do you inform children of child abuse when their abuser is a parent or a sibling that is sitting right beside them? You need creative advertising!
The ANAR Foundation is using technology to come up with a great way of communicating and reaching abused children.
Here is the description that comes with the video:
If you’re looking for another place to find projection resources, you need to browse through the Clark Media Store.
It’s packed full of:
- Mini Movies
- Song Tracks
You can even grab yourself some free downloads!
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is the first person to create a music video from space.
And it is just as awesome as you would think it would be.
Not only does he sing it pretty well, but the video shots are amazing. The idea of playing the guitar in zero-gravity–yeah, that’s awesome.
Check it out:
Here’s a tall glass of inspiration.
Christian hip hop artist Propaganda shares the G.O.S.P.E.L. in the most excellent way.
The video production is top-notch. Lyrically it’s spot-on. This is better than a bowl-full of your favorite breakfast cereal.
Normally, I am against the overuse of cameras in public. In fact, I do not like the idea of Google Glass and the issues of being unknowingly filmed at any embarrassing or condemning moment. That being said, this Good Samaritan biker not only did a great public service for this older gentleman, but he caught it all on tape for the world to see!
The connection to our faith is simple and the technology that brings you into this touching story simply is a marvel, seeing as we did not have this kind of access even a couple of years ago. (Youth pastors, this may be a great sermon illustration.)
Think of it as a Mother’s Day primer.
Rhett and Link have a “Yo Mamma” rap battle–but they’re filled with compliments.
What do you think of when you hear “screengrab”?
Something that would involve taking a screenshot I suppose.
This video is more like a literal screengrab.
Prepare for the awesome:
If you need a quick screen record or need to capture some video online, you’ll find plenty of paid apps to get the job done. Unfortunately, most of us don’t need to be purchasing an app for an occasional screen grab.
Consider trying The Apowersoft Free Online Screen Recorder.
Check it out:
2Vstudios did a great job putting this video together.
I love the idea of taking awesome sermon clips/messages and stringing it together as a creative video like this:
Using audio from Don Carson, this short video challenges us from the Bible how we must be sharing our lives, opening up the Bible and changing generations as we point them to Jesus.
Great stuff here–enjoy the video inspiration:
If you think the website for “It’s Dangerous To Go Alone…The Movie” is awesome, you should see the movie trailer: