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Christmas Story Video Challenge

Submitted by on September 10, 2010 – 2:01 pm

Do you think you and some friends can explain the Christmas Story in less than three minutes using a creative video? If you think you can we would like you to enter our Christmas Story You Tube Challenge. This Christmas Crossover hopes to unleash the power of viral digital content and unearth the latent creative talent that we have in our churches across the land through a competition to create the most effective video explanation of the Christmas Story in under 3 minutes. By stirring up the creative genius in our churches we hope the end result will be some excellent digital content that can be shared via e-mail, social media , blogs and website.  We have some excellent prizes for the top three contributors.  Read more here.

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