labels

last sunday morning, i taught in my church’s middle school group, on how god loves imperfect people. a group of creative peeps from our volunteer team got together beforehand, and thought that one of the implications of this is that we should be careful about what labels we put on ourselves and others. and they created this cool little video (which we ran before my talk). props to them. i thought this was just great.

get yerself a copy of tubesock (a really cheap piece of software that allows you to save you tube videos as files on your computer — available for pc or mac), and grab this thing for your own ministry!

7 thoughts on “labels”

  1. This isn’t a “cool little video”… this is AWESOME! Thanks for sharing… and thanks for sharing about Tubesock! :)

  2. Not to add another program to the mix, but Any Video Converter downloads youtube for free, and converts them into whatever you want. If I am away from my computer: ZamZar.com will convert and email the file to you. Both are solid options.

  3. Thanks for the video. Some guys in my youth group pointed me to http://www.file2hd.com. It’s a handy site that allows you to download media from different sites. The best part is that it often allows you to download the high quality file that was uploaded to youtube. Plus you don’t have to install it on your computer.

  4. I used your video in my talk with our youth group this evening and got great feedback on it. Thanks for sharing this.

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