video debut and guest blogging…

Bailey (or John Bailey… my 14 year old son) made this video this week. I was impressed and wanted to share it with you guys…



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10 Responses to “video debut and guest blogging…”

  1. That was pretty cool! I can see why you were impressed. 🙂

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  2. yvonne says:

    That was great. Good for him.

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  3. Gail says:

    He did a great job! Isn’t it fun when they do stuff like that! My son enjoys that too…tell him to keep up the good work.

  4. Kari says:

    Look out Spielberg! That was great. Does Bailey plan a future in movie making or anything like that? If so, make sure he puts this video in his portfolio. It’s great. I love the music, but the visuals really bring it all together very well. Talented kid….

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  5. Great info – keep up the great work.

  6. Sheryl says:

    Bailey did an excellent job! A lot of great techniques.
    Great coordination with the music as well.
    What does he plan to do in the future?

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  7. Martha says:

    Very impressive video…very meaningful. He’s got a real talent here!

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  8. Sonya says:

    Very cool video! Go Bailey!

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  9. Alabama Grandmother says:

    I was very impressed Bailey. Amazing what a youngster can do!
    Annie, I know he makes you proud.
    Ala. Grandmother

  10. Julie Todd says:

    Loved you devo at the Cafe’. I left you this message there:
    What a great idea, Teen VBS.

    I have 3 teenagers and another child who has already passed through the teen years. It is by far one of the most difficult seasons of life. They are trying to figure out who they are and learn to stand in that, but the problem is they don’t really know who they are.

    Many of the teenagers here where we live are left to themselves and their problems. It’s sad really.

    Girls are struggling with eating problems and boys are struggling with exposure to porn. And you know what, I think many of their parents are clueless to the struggles.

    In my opinion of 50 years of living, this is the hardest time for raising kids. There are so many things out there to snatch them up and pull them away.

    I feel it as a parent of teenagers. I can only imagine what you feel as one who works with a whole youth group of them.

    You are doing an awesome job!


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