Saturday, April 12, 2008

Lights, Camera, Action!

Sabbath Tip #0005: "Lights, Camera, Action!"
by A Sabbath Blog

This week's idea is on making a Christian movie. Simply grab a video camera and start filming!

You can be as creative and as elaborate as you want. You could make a nature video, a Christian music video, a documentary on how your parents became Christians, a tour of your church, a Biblical reenactment, etc.....

Making a movie is a great way to get your message a cross to a large audience. After you've saved your movie, share your movie with your friends, neighborhood, Sabbath school, whoever! You might also want to upload it to the Internet. You can upload for free to websites such as YouTube, Guide Magazine, Insight Magazine, or A Sabbath Blog and have your film seen by people from around the world!*

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*Have your parents review your video for your safety. Obtain their permission and anyone in the video's permission before you upload it to the Internet!

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