Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Teaser


So we have been asked to speak at quite a few venues lately and quickly put together a two and a half minute teaser of some of the footage we shot while abroad. Please let us know what you guys think about it!




6 comments:

Cameron said...

I don't know how to add you guys to my blogger site (although I know there's a way to do that...unfortuately I'm not too computer savy). But, wanted to say blessings to you all and I hope you have a merry christmas! I'm praying for guys and truly stand behind what you're doing. You're teaser is only a few minutes long but it's so moving. I know you're going to produce an amazing documentary on this issue and you're going to change the hearts of many. Keep up the good work!
Cameron (of Be The Change)

Shannon said...

I am truly amazed with the work you guys are doing. Sometimes it seems that we all get stuck in the comfort of our own lives and don't see (or refuse to see) that others are suffering. It takes great courage and character to do what you are doing. The video was very powerful and touched me enough to want to share it with everyone I know. Seeing the faces of young children whose innocence have been taken from them is heartbreaking. I was unaware of this problem until I stumbled across your organization on Myspace. Awareness is key, but my question is what can I do know that I'm aware???? Good luck and God Bless!

Kyle said...

I found you through a link provided by Procella. www.myspace.com/procellamusic - I work with Justin Hunter who is in that band. I already had an idea of this problem but not so much as I now understand. I praise God for this calling you have to expose this sickness. May you continue to do this work of which not many could see themselves doing or be able to do. I have not gone deep into your site yet. I want to know, what more can be done further than awareness? What kind of thing can be done to care for these children and then to reach the people with God's love who are using them?

Stephanie Rohloff said...

I just watched your video. I learned about Human Trafficking in 2005 after hearing about the HOME Foundation in a magazine article...I learned in that article that girls as young as 6 years old are in Mumbai(Bombay),India held in cages and made to service men up to 20 times a day. My heart is broken for these boys and girls.
I recently started searching again and have found a few new sites with more pictures and information. I would love to hear more from the Blind Project. Thank you for your work! Thank you for the video, Praise God! Becasue His children's cries are being heard and let us continue to Praise Him as we seek how to rescue them and give them the Hope of Christ! Ps 71:4-5 "Rescue me oh God from the hand of the wicked...For You have been my Hope!"

kimdam said...

How come there are no female voices/representation in your video?

For an issue that is predominantly female populated, I would expect to hear the thoughts and opinion and voice of a woman, however this is not to negate the amazing work that you all do.

just a thought...

difiore said...

Love the video, and the jelly fish story. My only critique: I think the music mitigates the message.
But I truly commend you for the great work you are doing. SOOO important!
Andrea (NYC)