[sword-devel] digital tract
Troy A. Griffitts
Fri, 02 Aug 2002 10:39:22 -0700
That would be great! The biggest problem I've found is getting
permission to use materials. Larger organizations deny usage for fear
that they'll be found working in conjuction with non-orthodox sects (I
think this the reason) and they don't have time to check out all the
organizations from which they receive requests. I've asked Billy Graham
ministries to use an excerpt from him, and also Campus Crusade for
Christ to use excerpts from the Jesus Film. Both organizations denied
us the right to use their materials. It has been some time since I've
asked. Maybe I should resend requests.
The no-language thing was just something I thought would be really cool
so as to reach as many people as possible with a single tract. It
wasn't a requirement in my mind.
Also, we don't have to limit ourselves to a single tract! Finding 1 has
been my problem up till now. I'd love to be faced with the problem of
having too many options to all fit on the CD!
Thanks for your suggestions and willingness to help!
Greg Marine wrote:
> There is the Roman's Road tract that someone, or I, could put a video together for. However, I'm not sure it can be done without language. If someone has any ideas for videos, I can put something together. It just won't be in time for this weekend's ISO Mastering.
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> --- "Troy A. Griffitts" <email@example.com> wrote:
>>I've been wanting, for quite a while now, to include a basic Salvation
>>Message on the CD at startup. Does anyone have any good suggestions?
>>My own personal desire was for something universal without language.
>>some kind of Gospel portrayal with pictures;
>>even something fun with stick figures. I bet it could be done.
>>Well, all suggestions are welcome. Something tangible with permission
>>to use is always best! :)
>> Thanks, everyone, so much for sharing in this ministry,
>> With Love,
> "But God commends His own love towards us in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us." Romans 5:8 (WEB)