God's Revolution of Love: Customizable Short Film
It's never too early to start planning for the season of Advent, that mysterious time the church sets aside to wait and watch and pray for God's revolution of love to be even more present in this broken and beautiful world.
At SALT, we want churches to make the most of this sacred time by lighting candles, reading scripture, singing, praying, and using SALT's new Customizable Short Film! We envision congregations using this lovely little film in the following ways: 1) on the homepage of their website; 2) as a fun and vibrant invitation that church folks will be excited to share with their friends, family members, co-workers, etc. on social media; 3) as a bright and beautiful invitation for your church's Christmas Eve Service(s); 4) as beautiful content marketing that will spiff up your Facebook page, YouTube channel, Vimeo page, Instagram feed, etc.
As is our practice, we are making this film (customized with your church’s name, website, and Christmas Eve Service(s)) available to congregations on a sliding scale basis. We’re suggesting $175 for churches with 50–100 members; $275 for churches with 100–500 members; and $375 for churches with more than 500 members - but, please know if this price point is not possible, we’re open to a “pay what you can” model.
But wait there's more: if you decide to purchase God's Revolution of Love, we'll throw in our new Mary "Revolution of Love" Advent Coloring Pages (8 1/2 x 11) designed by illustrator extraordinaire Jordan Sunburg of for FREE. They're inspired by this year’s lectionary texts and are fit for Advent artists of all ages.
Here's what they look like already colored in:
So, let us know if you’d like to take part in this round of Customizable Short Films. And, as always, thanks for your interest and support of SALT - if there's anything else we could be doing to serve you better, please let us know!
Peace and Revolution,
The SALT Team
p.s. Did you see how lovely our Mary "Revolution of Love" Advent Coloring Posters look in the film? We're so pleased with how they turned out!