I don’t know why, but I’m about to go and shoot video for the message on Father’s Day and I’m a bit nervous. We’re trying something new. I’m going to be out of town then and since it’s the last week of our Define The Line series, I didn’t want to just hand it over to a guest speaker who hadn’t been here to catch the whole idea and some of the messages. I actually really wanted to be a part of it. We toyed with the idea of a live teleconference type setup, but realized that at this stage we already have enough problems with simple setup some weeks.
So I’m going about to record a good chunk of the message in a story form (ala Rob Bell and Nooma videos) and then on Father’s Day, Claude will pick up where I left off and finish out the message and the series. I think it will work great, but I’m nervous.
I don’t manuscript my messages (big surprise to some) and I’m more comfortable standing and “reading” the audience. This will be a different experience. Me and a camera. Granted, editing can and will help, but still….too weird. Yet, you never know how things are going to turn out unless you give ’em a shot so, here goes. Check it out on Father’s Day at Discovery.