Media

9) The School of Frontier Media Thailand

ThailandThe School of Frontier Media is a six-month, second-level YWAM school, devoted to training individuals in using various media forms to communicate the Gospel in ways that are both innovative and culturally relevant. Whether you are new to media or a skilled professional, if you want to use media for missions then the SFM is for you! It runs from the 30th June till the 12th December. If you have questions contact Keegan
sfmatcreatethailanddotcom for more info, or check out their website…

 

http://www.createthailand.com/en/training/school-of-frontier-media

8) Free Sample Downloads and Clips from VideoBlocks

Wow. Our I.T. person at Team Expansion (Greg) shared a URL with me this past week that he had seen via one of the lists he monitors. On the surface, it looks like one could download free for 7 days from the 100,000 motion picture backgrounds at VideoBlocks.com. See this website to learn more…

https://www.videoblocks.com/freeclips/religion.php

They have motion backgrounds, countdowns, production music, and much more! Looks like you get 20 clips/day, absolutely free! (Thanks Greg!)

7) Download the Leader’s Audio Bible Today for Free Today

The Leaders Audio Bible, a complete biblical leaders audio training course, featuring 200 select Bible Stories is now available for free download. The producers of this course look at it as a kind of “Bible School for all those who cannot afford money or time or travel to go seek a college Bible education.” This new tool has been developed for those who prefer to learn by listening, by Bible stories, by oral methods, by practicing with their own group, at their own pace, and in their own place. Visit

http://leadersaudiobible.com

to download to your device today.

10) Eurasia Media & Distribution Consultation (EMDC 2013)

Register now until February 20 for normal pricing.  After that will be late registration until 20 March (close of registration). EMDC 2013 (08-11 April) will be in Chiang Mai, Thailand.  Organizers are expecting over 200 people from 70-80 organizations. The EMDC is designed to create partnerships, and advance your Scripture-based projects in the minority languages of Eurasia and Asia.  The conference will feature training in audio recording, editing, mixing, and radio program production. To learn more, visit

http://emdcon.org

3) Call2all Global Congress In Chiang Mai, Thailand: May 2013

The Call2All is a partnership of hundreds of international organizations, all working to complete the Great Commission in our generation. A Global Congress will be running in Chiang Mai, Thailand, May 21st – 24th, 2013. The world’s foremost media based ministries have come together to create a dynamic “Media for Missions” track that will run every day of the congress. Those who attend this track will participate in workshop presentations by dynamic speakers, and be exposed to the latest media tools and strategies being used to reach the least reached peoples of the world. Register today at:

http://www.call2all.org

 

2) What do You Think of the “Open Source” Media Push?

The folks at Distant Shores Media have perhaps articulated it best. See their video here…

The future of the global church is Open from Distant Shores Media on Vimeo.

Read more on their website:

http://www.dsmedia.org

See more of this being applied at…

http://www.vernacularliteracy.org/

Sounds like an exciting dream to me. What’s your take? Please use the comment boxes below to give your opinion. (And thanks to Brigada participant and personal friend, Ted, for bubbling this up to our attention.)

11) Help Create a Legacy of Film

Create a Legacy of film

Create a Legacy of film

The Cross-cultural Film Institute is a short and intensive training program designed for media professionals to enhance their skills with cross-cultural experience. This training will culminate in the production of an evangelistic film for a Least Evangelized Mega People Group on the 20/20 Vision list

http://www.global2020vision.com

Training will commence in Chiang Mai, Thailand followed by hands-on cross-cultural field production. The dates are May 27th through July 6th, 2013 and is open to all, regardless of the agency from whence you come. For more information on costs and registration email

creategcrcatgmaildotcom or browse

http://www.createinternational.com

4) New Media Resources at New Create

Check out…

http://www.createinternational.com/store

With more than eight new “Contextual Home Fellowship Videos” for people groups from Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist backgrounds, Create International’s newly upgraded online resource center will equip you for effectively reaching out with the Gospel cross-culturally. Indigenous instruments, dance, symbols and appropriate word choices all come together for a lively presentation that will reach millions of Unreached Peoples. Subtitled in English, this is a great tool for showing believers who may worship in different cultural styles, but who are all united in their love for Christ. Also a new training tool is available to challenge and mobilize Mainland Chinas believes to go as cross-cultural missionaries to unreached peoples. Along with many new films and art tools for communicating the Good News, the new resource center has “immediate downloadable resource purchasing” for those of you who just can’t wait for snail mail.

2) New Video Gospel from GNPI —

Good News Productions, International has produced The Global Gospel, a video series using hand-painted illustrations, along with narration taken straight from the Bible, to present the story of Jesus. It’s an excellent tool for reaching oral learners and, with optional subtitles on the DVDs, for teaching ESL/EFL. Go to:

 

http://www.theglobalgospel.org

 

to order a 3-DVD set for $20. At this site, you can also view all 88 stories online (without subtitles) and learn how to download them, free of charge. GNPI is currently in the process of adapting The Global Gospel into as many of the world’s languages as possible. For more information on becoming a production partner or to help with distribution, let them know at the above website.

1) Learn to Use Visual Arts to Communicate the Gospel –

The School of Frontier Media [SFM] is a six-month, second-level YWAM school, devoted to training individuals in using visual arts to communicate the Gospel in ways that are both innovative and culturally relevant. They equip you in your endeavor to make Christ known through means that not only allow the least reached to hear, but see and experience the truth. Learn more at…

 

http://www.createthailand.com/en/training/school-of-frontier-media

 

They have a course coming up June 29 through Dec. 14 2012. It begins with 3 months of training in Chiang Mai, Thailand, then takes off internationally on a 4-week media safari.

7) Interested in media or minority languages in the Eurasia region? –

Media, Communications, and IT experts, as well as linguists, translators, and ethnomusicologists, will meet near Frankfurt, Germany 19-22 March, 2012, for the Eurasia Media and Distribution Consultation (EMDC 2012). To gain access (web site and secure login), email

infoatemdcondotorg

with a letter of introduction.

1) New Crank-up radio Can even Recharge your Cell —

The gizmo-lovers among us will probably enjoy a visit to Eton Corp’s web page…

 

http://www.shopetoncorp.com

 

Check out the Rover, which combines an LED flashlight with a radio that has AM, FM and weather bands. If the power runs low, pop out the hand crank (or have your 12-year-old do so for you :-) ) and start whirring. One minute later, you’ll be good to go for another 15 minutes or more. What’s more, you can use a USB charger in place of the 12-year-old (if you’re fresh out). What’s more, you can also *charge* anything that runs on a USB plug, including a cell phone. As one reviewer observed, if the electric stays out for more than a few hours, these days, you’re going to want to tell all your Facebook friends anyway. :-) The Rover will set you back about $50, but it might be the last flashlight you’ll ever have to buy, at least for power-loss-emergencies. :-)

1) Check out these publishing resources for missionaries —

Magazine Training International offers a series of manuals, audio courses, and DVD courses on publishing. These high-quality professional materials are written and produced for missionaries and Christians in the Developing World. Resources cover magazine editing, magazine design, magazine management/business, and writing for magazines. Although even full price is less than cost, they are available at half price for readers of this issue of Brigada. Click on this link for the special price:

 

http://www.magazinetraining.com/Private_Pages/DiscountMTIresources/

 

MTI’s Web site also offers downloadable resources and tons of information for Christian publishers or would-be publishers. Check out the Web site at:

 

http://www.magazinetraining.com

 

(Thanks, too, to Magazine Training International for the faith they showed by investing $50 in

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