NCA CHURCH // Cammeray 9am

NCAC 9am

This is a short video that was made for the NCA Church weekend away, giving a glimpse into what it looks like to go to 9am church at Cammeray.

Video – Tim Stevens
Music – Time to Wander, Gypsy and the Cat. (Buy here – itunes.apple.com/artist/gypsy-the-cat/id364607854)

Canon 500D // Final Cut Pro X

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Filming people // Cyril.

Recently I filmed some interviews at church. They are for a bigger video, but this is a little snapshot (Audio hasn’t been mastered).

I introduce my 93yr old friend Cyril.
He has been following Jesus for over 50 years.
He loves coming to Cammeray @ 5:30.
He was also very nervous while being filmed.

Canon 500D // Final Cut Pro X

Been to #Engage? ‘Alive’ is now available!

Ephesians chapter 2 says this:

 4 But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, 5 even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ— by grace you have been saved— 6 and raised us up with him and seated us with him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus, 7 so that in the coming ages he might show the immeasurable riches of his grace in kindness toward us in Christ Jesus.

Inspired by this passage, among others, this week a few of my mates *finally* released a song called ‘Alive’. Alive is a great song, and if you have been to any of the Engage conferences in the past two years you have probably been looking for a way to get your hands on it so you can sing it in the car.

I was going to write some long post about it. Telling you that you should probably ‘do yourself a favour’ and go buy it. But my words couldn’t really demonstrate how good it is.

SO, just listen to it (The video below).

Then like ‘Voyage‘ (the name of the partnership) on facebook, and read more about “their desire to pair preachers with musicians in the writing of church songs”.

Then go to iTunes and buy it.

Simple.

Live Streaming #AMCL 2012

Each year at Moore College there is an event called the Moore College Annual Lectures (AMCL for short, or #AMCL if you are on twitter).

Since I became part of a Student Group, which helps the college promotes itself, we have been looking at ways of making AMCL more accessible for people who either can’t get to Newtown to hear the lectures or those who live outside of Sydney/Australia.

Last night our efforts culminated in the first ever live video broadcast of the college. This year Rev Chris Green from Oak Hill College, London is giving lectures of Preaching. His first lecture from last night is available here.

AMCL commences proper next Monday morning at 10am (Sydney time). Follow us on twitter, or ‘Like’ us on facebook to get all the details.

Introducing: Panda

I have lots of talented friends. One of those friends is a guy called Nath.

To cut a long story short, Nath is awesome at drawing. This awesomeness means that he is about to have a childrens book released. Its called “panda”. Here is the blurb from the facebook page.

“Panda is a very talented, very lonely bear in search of a place to belong. While searching for his home he comes to realise that belonging is more about finding people who truly love you than look like you.”

I’m looking forward to it coming out.

Check it out on facebook here.

MooreMission 2012 is here

It’s that time of year again. The time of year I am talking about is when all of Moore College put down all of the books about systematic theology, and goes out to do MooreMission.

This year MooreMission is bigger and better than ever. A friend and I have built a website to be the online hub for blogging and tweeting, and Anglican media are getting involved too.

I’m especially looking forward to Mission this year because:
a) Kirsty is coming along
b) We are heading to country NSW (Glen Innes, Guyra & Emmaville)

Tomorrow we are driving north to spend a night with Kirsty’s cousins in Coffs, before continuing on to Guyra on Saturday afternoon.

If you want to keep up to date with what is happening you can:

a) Follow all the action on twitter by looking at #mooremission
b) Head over to the website