Video: Fuzzy Socks and Airplane Lit for my Flight to Kenya

Hey friends! I'm hoping to do some vlogging while I'm in Kenya to introduce you to some of the folks I meet while I'm there, and figured I'd better test out my technology. My discovery so far? My iPad doesn't like fluorescent lighting, so it's probably best NOT to record while it's pitch black outside. Or while I'm still in my jammies. But whatevs, right? Onward!

 

6 Responses to Video: Fuzzy Socks and Airplane Lit for my Flight to Kenya

  1. Bev Murrill October 29, 2013 at 8:28 am #

    Cool… really well done! Have a great trip…

    and I’d be interested at some point to read your manual… where can I get it and what is it called?

  2. Bev Murrill October 29, 2013 at 8:29 am #

    Duh… I wish I could recall that immediately… too late… It’s called CALLED OUT! and it’s on this page!!! Please pretend I never said my second paragraph!

    Just have a good trip.

  3. Kathy October 29, 2013 at 8:43 am #

    Can’t believe you haven’t read YoBW yet!! You’ll have some laugh out loud moments on the plane which is always entertaining for your neighbours!
    I have a question about Called Out! When you click on the link above it takes you to the kindle version online. When I “Clicked to look inside” it says that each session includes a short video. Is that true and how does that work if you get the kindle? I’d love to take a look at this for our church teens but wondering what else is involved. Many thanks

    All the best for your time in Kenya
    Kathy

    • Jenny Rae Armstrong October 29, 2013 at 12:35 pm #

      I can’t believe I haven’t read it yet either! I bought it the minute it came out, but I was completely bogged down in schoolwork, and then it got passed around to a bunch of friends, and I just haven’t had much time for discretionary reading. So it’s a well-read and well-traveled book–just not by me yet!

      Here’s the deal with the curriculum–the link takes you to the Kindle edition because I goofed up the link. Will fix. The videos are in development, but have not been released yet. Originally the book and the videos were going to be released at the same time, but I believe CBE bumped the publication of the book up because they knew that EFOGE, the group I’m working with in Kenya, were looking for something along those lines. So, the videos are on the way, but not available for purchase yet. The book stands without them, though.

  4. Marg October 30, 2013 at 5:49 am #

    So exciting. I look forward to following your vlogs.

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