Visuals set to the audio of the famous sermon "Seven Way King" as spoken by Dr. S.M. Lockridge. The audio is slightly edited for a better flow in the video.
The music in the background was performed live by the GCC band while the video played on the screens. It then led directly into the worship song "Here is Our King" (To see the performance in it's entirety go here: gccwired.com/mediaplayer/playeropener.asp?id=478 )
Created entirely using After Effects with footage from the movie "The Passion of the Christ". The video took 30 hours to create plus around 6 hours of rendering. The final After Effects project file totaled well over 600 layers.
By popular demand I have enabled downloading of this video. This is for personal, non-commercial use only. Please contact me before using for any other means. If you would like to download this video without the live band underneath, that version can be found here: vimeo.com/10485795
To really appreciate a feast, you must first understand hunger. For years Mr. Eddie lived as a homeless man; he got used to the cold and the rain and the snow, but he never got used to the hunger. And although he knew Jesus had more in store for him, it was a belittling existence. Now he’s off the streets and volunteers as a chef at a homeless shelter, caring for those he identifies with so strongly.
Do marriage vows seem to mean as much today as they used to? If you've heard anything about the increase in divorce rates, you may wonder.
Bill & Glad are ignoring the trends. More than ever the vows they made 50 years ago are being tested. In sickness and in health, in good times and in bad, the promise they are keeping is a true example of what love is.