Saturday, March 5, 2011

Youth in South America share Jesus by making movies, sharing books

Youth in South America share Jesus by making videos. Amigos da esperança.

Youth in South America are making short videos illustrating how they share Jesus for a chance to have their video shown on TV.

Young people living in the South American Division have until April 3 to upload a video illustrating an ongoing campaign's theme: “Friends of Hope."

But there is much more to this event than just a video contest.

This campaign encourages teens and young adults to share a book, “There is Still Hope," with their friends and invite them to church on April 16.

The South American Division expects at least 2 million people to visit Adventist churches in the eight South American countries.

Prizes
The top 10 videos entries will be shown on church-owned TV channel, TV Novo Tempo. They will also get 10 There is Still Hope books, The Great Controversy DVD, a 2011 Friends of Hope DVD and a webcam.

The first 100 people to register their videos on the website, will get custom mousepads.

Each week, two gifts will be sent to the makers of videos selected by a committee.

How to participate | Contest Rules

Video chat
On March 18 at 6 p.m. EST DST, there will be an online video chat hosted by the South American Division Youth Ministries director, Areli Barbosa, and Luciana Santana, the host TV Novo Tempo's show "Youth Connection" (Conexão Jovem).

They will talk about Internet evangelism, answer questions and give away prizes, according to the campaign website. There will also be another video chat on April 8.

You can watch the live "Friends of Hope" video chat from the South American Division right here on A Sabbath Blog:



"Friends of Hope" video promo
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