1. As part of the SEE Sermon Series, a series of videos are being produced to provide new perspectives for the congregation. This is the first of the Series.

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  2. "'What do you want me to do for you?' Jesus asked. The blind men replied, 'Lord, we want to SEE!'" Matthew 20:32-33

    This wasn't the only time Jesus gave the miracle of sight to someone who had long been blind. The Gospels record six different blind men who were made to see. It was a favorite miracle that Jesus repeated, not only out of compassion, but to illustrate the need to correct spiritual blindness. What about your vision? How are your eyes? What does God want you to SEE? The good news is Jesus is still willing and able to open your eyes if you'll ask Him. Do you want to SEE?

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  3. The SIX Project (pronounced The Capital Six Project) is an opportunity for First Christian to get six capital (building) projects completed before the end of 2013. These are six much-needed projects to improve the life and look of our building and grounds. We have a great opportunity to leverage resources to complete roughly $460,000 in capital projects for $76,600. That means every $1 you give to this project, it will generate $6 of capital improvement. We will be able to do this through leveraging insurance money, volunteer labor, and discounted vendor prices.

    The six projects are:
    1) Roof Replacement (Our cost is $5,000; Contractor Estimate is $300,000)
    2) Media Suite (Our cost is $1,600; Contractor Estimate is $10,000)
    3) Stage One Foyer & HVAC (Our cost is $35,000; Contractor Estimate is $61,000)
    4) Parking Lot Seal/Stripe (Our cost is $24,000; Contractor Estimate is $24,000)
    5) Worship Center Technology (Our cost is $5,000; Contractor Estimate is $45,000)
    6) Communion Prep (Our cost is $6,000; Contractor Estimate is $20,000)

    *Notes on production*
    Video was shot on a hacked GH2 shooting at 1920x1080 on Sandisk Extreme SDHC cards using an Olympus 14-42mm zoom. Video audio was recording using the on-camera mic. VO audio was recorded with a Rode NTG-3 and a Zoom H4N. Stills were taken with the Canon 50D and a 24-70mm L zoom. Video was edited in Adobe Premiere CC and finished in After Effects CC.

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  4. A New Perspective interview with Ara Rauls. Ara was born blind, but after surgery later in life, can see clearly for the first time.

    This interview was shot RAW on the 5DM3 using the Magic Lantern Hack. It was shot at 1920x818 (2:35) instead of 1920x1080 in order to conserve card space. A pair of 64GB 1000X KomputerBay CF cards were used for the shoot. LED lighting was mixed with daylight from a window (would have liked to light the interview better, but we were under a tight deadline).

    The RAW files were converted to dng sequences with Rawanizer ver 0.5.5. DNxHD proxies were used to edit the footage in Adobe Premiere CC. Once edited, the sequence was brought into Adobe After Effects CC via Dynamic Link and the proxies were replaced with the RAW footage. First light color correction was done in ACR, and additional corrections were performed in AE. Gorilla Grain was added to the final output, but the Vimeo compression makes it look more like noise. :(

    Sound was recorded using the Rode NTG-3 and a Zoom H4N. Audio was manually synced using a slate.

    # vimeo.com/70337254 Uploaded
  5. Have you ever fallen so far, dug a hole so deep, isolated yourself to the point of no longer being able to see the light?

    A New Perspective interview with Rich Raynes. Rich, like all of us at one time or another, wanted to fit in with a group. He surrounded himself with sex, drugs, and rock n' roll. Now Rich is moving forward with a new group, and he's not looking back.

    This interview was shot RAW on the 5DM3 and 50D using the Magic Lantern Hack. The 5DM3 was shot at 1920x818 (2:35) instead of 1920x1080 in order to conserve card space, whereas the 50D was shot at it's maximum 2:35 resolution (non-cropped) at 1584x674. A pair of 64GB 1000X KomputerBay CF cards were used for the shoot. LED lighting was mixed with daylight from a window (would have liked to light the interview better, but we were under a tight deadline).

    The RAW files were converted to dng sequences with Rawanizer ver 0.5.5. DNxHD proxies were used to edit the footage in Adobe Premiere CC. Once edited, the sequence was brought into Adobe After Effects CC via Dynamic Link and the proxies were replaced with the RAW footage. First light color correction was done in ACR, and additional corrections were performed in AE. Gorilla Grain was added to the final output, but the Vimeo compression makes it look more like noise. :( The AE comp was uprezed to 1920x818 for Vimeo.

    Sound was recorded using the Rode NTG-3 and a Zoom H4N. Audio was manually synced using a slate.

    # vimeo.com/70674979 Uploaded

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