It is the Thanksgiving season and everyone is in the mood to be kind to their neighbor (at least until Black Friday and then you better not be in the way between me and my future Christmas presents!). In the rush to have a great Thanksgiving Sunday service or youth group, you might need one more great illustration to fill a gap. We have the perfect video for your ministry and it comes from my favorite little president impersonator, Kid President.
Five years ago the guys at ‘The Story of Stuff‘ released a brilliant film that challenged societies’ need for “more stuff”.
A couple of weeks ago they released their latest film called “The Story of Solutions”:
After some solid feedback from the ChurchMag last week, let me tell you what’s going on with Saturday Sunday Share…
This last week’s Saturday Sunday Share was a little late coming out of the gate, so things were a little light with only one share:
I would love to see more Christian thought leader’s quotes done like this one done of C.S. Lewis.
This C.S. Lewis quote was amazingly transformed into an inspirational comic strip by the very talented Zen Pencils.
I stumbled upon this article and thought it really pertinent to where I am/was with my walk in life. I’ve recently started a new job and am constantly asking myself if this really is where I need to be in my life right now.
Then I saw that a favorite artist of mine, Austin Kleon, had stumbled upon this letter about “What to Do when Lost in the Woods” from the Oregon Public Library:
Pressgram is on the scene and if you do not know what it is or why your church should use it, play catch up first. Now, a lot has been said about what Pressgram can do, but as a blogger, I still was not sold with it. I can think of five reasons I do not want to use it.
- I do not want to spam my viewers with posts on my homepage that they do not care about.
- It does not fit my blogging strategy and so I do not want it in my RSS feed.
- I’m already doing this on my social media accounts
- Photo privacy is fine, but I’m not in the business of photography, so that does not apply.
- How does this even help me?
I am a fan of GoPro and it has such great applications.
In youth ministry?
Use it for some of your games.
Have a blog?
Make a video blog from your car.
An outdoor enthusiast
Show off where you hike, bike, and travel.
While those are great uses, putting a GoPro on a fireman may be the greatest choice so far. You will smile and probably cry. Enjoy:
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