OK not exactly. But I can pretend right? Yesterday as I was uploading some NEW MEDIA, we hit a milestone. Our database showed me that we are up to exactly 5,000 products on our website. I’m talking singles, so that number doesn’t count the shippable volumes we have also. I thought that balloons and confetti would fall from the ceiling when we reached 5,000 products but Kent let me know that wasn’t in the budget.
We are excited that IGNITERBACKS 02 is out! Go buy it because you will get a great collection of stills, motions, and countdowns. I like the stills so much I am using some for my computer desktop background picture. In case you care about my opinion, here is a snapshot of some of my favorite stills…
You may have noticed that we have added a new tab for “September 11th” resources. We are featuring a 9 minute video called “Cross and Towers.” This is from the full length dramatic movie that looks at the hope the rescue workers and others felt when they discovered a cross of steel in the wreckage. You can learn more about the full length movie at the official website.
Let us know what you think of the film, and of the september 11th tab. Anything you think it should, or shouldn’t include? Should we even have this tab in our store? Is your church doing anything this year to reflect? How should christians respond to this? Should we use media to reflect or should we avoid it?
Man, this is cool. The new collection from Flashlight is great stuff. Very well done. Really feels like you are watching a film. You should check out Run The Race. It is interesting because the options are broader than just a mini-movie. If you want you can use the whole collection for a theme based service so everything really blends together. I really like it, that’s all I’m saying. What do you think?
I mentioned a book in the podcast, Getting Things Done.
If you feel like you are super busy with a ton of stuff running through your head you will love this book. My sisters’ pastor Bob Hyatt of Evergreen, in Portland, has a great blog (PastorHacks.net) where he gives some great ideas and resources about using this philosophy in ministry (click here).
You also might try 43Folders as well. It has a ton of great resources.
Let me know your thoughts and questions: firstname.lastname@example.org