Connecting in a Changing World

Problem: Mission trips are cancelled. Visiting churches to garner support is out of the question. Yet, we still need to connect with, sustain, and grow relationships with churches and mission partners. Staying engaged is crucial.

Solution: Well-crafted, compelling videos. The closest thing to being there. More and more organizations are re-purposing travel budgets to start video campaigns. The power of video is unparalleled and keeps your relationships healthy.

This video was created 100% remotely, using supplied zoom video, graphics, and powerful music.  Real emotional connection is formed as a result!

This was created for Third Church, in Richmond, VA.  They are using zoom to stay in touch with their mission partners.  They asked us to create a powerful montage of recent zoom calls to play for session and the congregation.

This video was made for Frontier Fellowship.  The ministry was able to send a standard version to most of their church partners, and customized versions to specifically thank bigger congregations.  In this case, the script was originally written by pastor Donald Marsden.  We edited and tweaked it for clarity, and then Donald recorded it – this can all be done professionally and remotely!

Using only pictures from mission trips, video footage from partners, and stock photos, this video raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for IDP’s (internally displaced peoples) in Syria.

Created with photos supplied by trip participants and a few stock videos, this was one of three videos we made for The Outreach Foundation to stay connected with their church partners.  In one of the other videos, we were able to take a ten-year-old interview, clean up the audio, and use it!