Creative Chaos // 20

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Go HERE and HERE.for the rules and explanation on how to be involved in this post.
Every Thursday YOU write a post on your blog as to what creative element, secret, process, whatever took place in your life the past week or month, or year, or decade.
Music, Art, Video, Production, Scripts, Sermon Illustrations, Design, ect. You get the vibe.

This is the 20th anniversary edition of Creative Chaos.
Will somebody throw it a freaking party please?!

So I’m going way back here…
The Intersect Project is our way of serving the community of Atlanta. This project launched almost two years ago from the Buckhead campus. Through small groups can choose from a variety of service projects and sign up online.

Before the original launch of this project the Groups department asked a few of us to make a video for the launch of Intersect. Well after a lot of meetings, writing, shooting and editing. This is what we came up with. Enjoy!

If you haven’t seen it before. This is the “Intersect music video”. Original song by Kenny Yasuda and Danny Stephens.
[flashvideo width=”426″ height=”240″ filename=”Intersect_16X9″ filepath=”rtmp://”/]

Your Turn…



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  • happy creative chaos day! i feel like i should have gotten you a cake. my bad.

  • so great!!!

  • Nice – I love the contrasting grading… how the color temp warms when hope is introduced into the lives of the people being helped.

    The song is tight too – it feels a little retro hip-hop, kind of like Grandmaster Flash, but updated.

  • ash

    I’m really loving this creative chaos thing. Like A LOT!


  • finally i have something to contribute 🙂

    long time reader, first time CHAOSer!

  • Love your blog. my first CC post. Thanks for doing this.

  • I look forward to every Thursday!

  • Woo Hoo! First time, long time here. Now I feel like a REAL blogger!

  • Bill Whitt

    Thanks for the chance to get a few more eyeballs on my new video. I appreciate all your comments! 🙂

  • It is so inspiring to see kids using their talent to spread the word. I have added it to my blog list. Rock on.