Monday, August 21, 2006

You Never Let Go

Happily, the Everything Glorious DVD is arriving in mail boxes everywhere. We're still not sure if they're available at walk-in retail stores (we haven't heard of anyone picking one up at a local store), but we continue to ship them from 268Store.com daily.

By the way, the DVD's 11-minute docu-piece, Essence, is a great way to share the Passion story and paint a picture of what Atlanta's going to be like as you're telling your pals about Passion 07. And we need your help spreading the word. You are our primary promo strategy. So go for it!

BY THE WAY...several people have commented on the language on the back of the DVD case that says it cannot be shown for public performance (in the really small print). This DOES NOT mean that you cannot show it to large groups/small groups/groups of friends/churches/chapel services, etc. It's for that one guy out there that wants to sell tickets to a video performance and profit off of the contents of the DVD. Please show it to as many people as you can!

I'm headed to the UK this week, so if you're still waiting for yours (and if not, what are you waiting for!) here's the last sneak peak from our friend across the pond, Matt Redman.



  • Thank you Louie for that clip. I am wondering- it says on the dvd case that we can't use it for public performance. Does this mean that we can't let other people see it, besides those in our own family? If not can you tell me what it means? Can we share it with people or not. I'm confused.

    The DVD is awesome. The 11 minute documentary is one of the best parts I've watched.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/21/2006 9:59 AM  

  • the dvd has that on the back of the case because you are not allowed to call a bunch of people to your place, show the DVD and charge people to see it. It makes sure that you are watching the dvd for your own good and not trying to make money off of "performing" it in front of a large audience.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/21/2006 10:28 AM  

  • So I can let other people see it, I just can't charge them for it. That makes sense now. Thank you!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/21/2006 11:14 AM  

  • Love the DVD and can't wait for Passion '07...looking forward to volunteering! :)

    By Blogger Jill Wyman, at 8/21/2006 11:16 AM  

  • ive showed the dvd to most of my younger friends who aren't old enough to go to passion yet! they're extremely jealous, and they can't wait until they're seniors!!! the amount of people from richland, ms will most definitely increase at passion in 2009!!!

    By Blogger Kristen Valentine, at 8/21/2006 2:11 PM  

  • hey louie i was just gonna say that in the blog you hadn't heard of anyone picking one up at a store....well our local bookstore got the dvd in last friday so they should be coming in sometime soon.

    By Anonymous Michael, at 8/21/2006 2:42 PM  

  • Hey Louie... you're so right... the documentary is a great promo piece to show people who have never been to Passion what it's all about! I'm sending a copy of the DVD with my sister to California tomorrow as she goes out to see her fiancee, and hoping they'll both be able to attend P07!

    Which leaves me wondering... maybe next year, more behind-the-scenes/intereview/docuementary type materials might help further paint the picture?

    Just curious... thanks again!

    By Blogger Rob Greene, at 8/21/2006 6:09 PM  

  • Our pre-ordered E.G DVD has just been delivered to us here in Melbourne, Australia. We are looking forwards to a FANTASTIC afternoon!!!
    Thanks to you all at the 268 store for such great service.

    By Blogger gail, at 8/21/2006 11:23 PM  

  • my sister grabbed a copy from her bookstore (bread of life, elk river, mn) saturday and we watched it end to end and i basked in the glory of god and remembrance.


    love, me

    By Anonymous andrew jacob nesheim-switzer, at 8/22/2006 12:54 AM  

  • i picked up one at a local Christian bookstore here in Charlottesville, Va today (monday).

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/22/2006 2:06 AM  

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