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It’s hard enough getting up in front of your friends and family to play, but this is the worst.

HT Mashable

Wow, this took me back to elementary school.  They should introduce these kids to Oregon Trail.

I saw this come across my Flipboard TED talk feed and thought it was worth sharing:

From the “I have a dream” speech to Steve Jobs’ iPhone launch, all great presentations have a common architecture. At TEDxEast, Nancy Duarte draws lessons on how to make a powerful call-to-action.

What do you think?  Are you ready to change the world?

The end has finally come. I had blogged about the David Crowder Band ending their run (READ HERE), and this week, we saw the release of their final album, Give Us Rest or (A Requiem Mass In C [The Happiest of All Keys]).  It’s a great closing act.  I recommend taking the time to listen to it all at once, I think you’ll like the journey that David and the boys take you on.  They will be missed.

 

If you haven’t gotten it yet, you can get iton iTunes:
Give Us Rest or (A Requiem Mass In C [The Happiest of All Keys]) - David Crowder Band

What did you think about it? Thumbs up or Down?

This is an awesome video retelling 2011 in tweets.

ht Brandon Early

Vader, Did You Know?

Chris —  December 12, 2011 — 2 Comments

This is such a great mashup of two things that I love, Christmas and Star Wars.  The song “Mary did you know?” and Star Wars seem an unlikely pairing, but it’s awesome.

Thanks to Marko for posting it.

 

Video: Bethlehem Rhapsody

Chris —  November 30, 2011 — 1 Comment

I saw this from a number of people today on Facebook, so you might have seen it already, but if you are looking for a fun video to show for Chirstmas, this might be it:

If you need a few more try these Digital Nativity and Mr Bean.

I loved this. Happy Friday Everyone. Enjoy.

It was only a matter of time before someone did this.

I can’t wait for this thing to be over.

I saw a link to this site over at MoreThanDodgeball, and I thought it would be good to pass along.  It’s a site that YouTube has put together to for people to see what popular and follow the trends on the popular video site.  Sometimes in Youth Ministry is hard to keep up with what’s popular with students, but this might help tip you off to what they are watching online so you are ready to talk (or laugh) about it with them.

Check it out at YouTube-Trends.blogspot.com.