Christmas Miracles Sermon Bump

Here is the bump I created for a sermon series titled “Christmas Miracles”. On any given Sunday, we typically go through our worship set, then we show the sermon series bump to set the tone of the message, then we dive right into the message. I particularly like how the mood of this bump transfers well from worship time to sermon time. Normally, during the Christmas season, we have a very heart-felt musical special or strong worship song to end out the worship set. This usually leaves hearts feeling heavy and receptive, so I like how the tone of this bump can take you from the end of a worship set and really set your hear to hear the good news of Christ. It gives you that moment to breathe.

A thing to always remember is that when it comes to playing videos in Church (or any setting for that matter), a video is only as good as how it fits into the mood of the service. This is what separates the experienced videographers from the non-experienced. An experienced videographer will consider the mood/atmosphere in which the final product is being played, because how the runner is handed the baton means everything.



Northwood Worship Plays at Cowboys Stadium

Northwood Worship was given the unique privilege of playing at Cowboys Stadium this last Saturday. The team had an absolute blast. Here are a few shots from Saturday (Make sure to make it all the way through the post, at the end I have video of making a 40 yard field goal!):

After performing on the 50 yard line, we were able to tour the stadium. We even got to kick some field goals on the field! Look below for a video of me making a 40 Yard field goal! That’s right Jason Garret, I’m accepting contracts.

The wife and I on the 50 yard line:

This is Brent attempting a field goal. I’m pretty sure the football went through the uprights, but as you can see, so did his shoe… haha:

And here I go (video below):

We were truly blessed to be given the opportunity to play there. I know that for some of the band members, they won’t forget that in a long time.