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June 21, 2005

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Duncan Macleod

I've done a lot with time as well. One Easter camp in 2000 we used the theme "In moments like these". Out of that came a pile of resources linked with music and movies...

1. Pink Floyd Time with Ecclesiastes 3 embedded alongside the years from 1960 to 2060.

2. Eiffel 65's "Now is forever" with Matthew 6:31-34 embedded.

3. Fleetwood Mac, "Don't Stop"

On other occasions I've used Michael W. Smith's video clip, "This is your time", found on the WOW 2001 DVD.

There are a few television advertisements that focus on time. There's the Mainland Cheese ads of NZ, reminding us that the good things of life take time. There's a Mercedes ad taking us through the coupe over time.

craig

hey, I remember that Pink Floyd piece! You gave me a copy! thanks for the memory jog! Who are Eiffel 65??

Now I'll have to hunt your tv blog for the ads too!

It's such a huge topic every time I start to even think about it. I'm doing a presentation on worship in August, and more and more its turning into how we experience and re-present time, space, image, and word. Would love to chat about it sometime.

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