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Friday Laughs

This guy is just random, crazy, hilarious – enjoy!

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Singleness…

Having spent many years of my life, and currently being, single, I know how hard it is sometimes. This video was posted at The Resurgence, a website hosted by Mars Hill Church in Seattle. If you don’t follow the website, you should check it out. They have a wealth of excellent content across a wide spectrum of topics. This video encouraged me a lot and I hope it will encourage you as well.

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Episode 1 of Movieology!

The long awaited, first episode of Movieology! We really enjoyed creating the show and would love to hear what you think about it.

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Time-lapse Video of Movieology Set Construction

We have been putting together new show at work, this video shows the set coming together. I’ll post the first episode soon!

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Julian Smith Makes Some “Hot Kool Aid”

I don’t know if you’ve seen this guy’s videos, but I was just introduced this week and they’re hilarious. Enjoy!

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Bones That Started a Reformation

England had a head start on the Reformation because of the work of John Wycliffe (c. 1324–1384). It was Wycliffe who held that the Bible alone (sola Scriptura) set forth the definition of true Christianity. Wycliffe’s efforts to translate the Bible into the language of the people prepared the way for a reform movement that would take England and the New World by storm. His hand written translations were based on Jerome’s Latin Vulgate, the only source text available to Wycliffe. Like Luther, Zwingli, Calvin, and Tyndale, Wycliffe’s reform efforts did not go unopposed. Thirty-one years after his death, the Council of Constance condemned Wycliffe on 260 different counts, ordered his writings to be burned, and directed that his bones be exhumed and buried in unconsecrated ground. In 1428, on orders from the Pope, Wycliffe’s remains were dug up and burned. His ashes were thrown in a nearby river. Wycliffe’s followers, called Lollards,* carried on his work under severe persecution from Henry V (1413–1422). Because of continued opposition from the Crown and the outlawing of Bible reading in the English language, the Lollards worked in secret. But by the late fifteenth century, the activity of the Lollards began to grow more bold and effective. They brought the discussion of theological issues to the masses which in turn led some people to question certain aspects of Roman Catholic doctrine. In the end, Wycliffe’s views won out. His ashes became seed for a Reformation that transformed the world. “The sacred Scriptures,” Wycliffe wrote, “be the property of the people, and one which no party should be allowed to wrest from them.”

* The Lollards derived their name from the medieval Dutch word meaning “to mutter” (lollaerd), possibly a reference to their style of worship, which was based on reading the scriptures. The derivation may be of Latin origin, from lollen, “to sing softly” (cf. Eng. lull)

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Learning to do Green Screen

This is the new show that we are putting out twice weekly. It is filmed in front of a green screen and we add the background in post production. Before we started “Vantage Point” I had not done any green screen work so it was fun to learn something new.

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