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I’m giving away 5 Unlimited Passes for Animoto.com

I’m very excited about what Life In Student Ministry has become over the past two years. I certainly did not originally intend for this site to grow into the youth ministry resource it is now, but I’m excited to see the Lord has used it anyway, with almost daily 2,000 visitors and 1,600 subscribers via RSS, email, Facebook app, and the Mac widget. As it continues to grow along with the field of youth ministry, it also needs to be tuned up a bit. I have a lot of ideas running through my head about how to bless you and your ministries, but I need your input to know how to prioritize my time and energy for you.

I’d appreciate it if you’d take a very brief survey to help me know how to best mold Life In Student Ministry. It should take about five minutes to complete the 7 objective questions and the 1 open question (optional). Here’s the link:

Take the survey and help make Life In Student Ministry meet your needs

Survey ended! Congratulations to Jeremy Simons, Claudia Farr, Brian LaRue, Justin Ross, and Mike Kupferer for winning a 3-month unlimited FREE pass to Animoto.com!

Last week I wrote a review of Animoto.com and how great it is for creating easy MTV-like video slideshows from your youth group pictures and music background. As an incentive, they’ve given me five 3-month Unlimited Passes to give away to 5 random people who complete the survey. Just include your name and email address in the survey and you’ll be entered in the drawing on Monday, August 4th, 2008. (The 5 winners will be announced via Twitter, the Life In Student Ministry Facebook page and contacted privately via email.)

If you haven’t checked out Animoto.com yet, do so! Your teens will think you’re a video tech genius.

And, of course, thank you for a brief moment of your time to help Life In Student Ministry know how to effectively minister to you and your ministry. You can also leave any public thoughts on this matter in the comments below or contact me privately.


Posted on July 16, 2008

  • Lisa

    I tried out Animoto and we love it! I think it may be one of the easiest online apps that I have used in a long time.
    Thanks Tim.

    Blessings to all,
    Lisa

  • Tim,
    I tried Animoto.com and I really like it. Hope I’m one of the people that will get the free pass… :)))

  • Casey

    I might be just missing something here….but it appears to me that this is free to use. So can someone explain why we need to register?

  • @ Casey: The free version limits you to 30-second clips and no downloads. To download your slideshow and create shows longer than 30 seconds, you’ll need to pay an annual fee or hope to win the drawing.

  • Casey

    thanks TIM!

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