Story of Presbyterians response to Flint water crisis collects Bronze Award
by Paul Seebeck | Presbyterian News Service
LOUISVILLE – The “Flint Water Crisis” video story in the June 2016 “Keeping Faith” segment with Tony De La Rosa, interim executive director of the Presbyterian Mission Agency, has received a Telly Awards honor. The story of Presbyterians response in Flint, Michigan, collected a Bronze Award in the General Religion/Spirituality category in the 38th annual awards. The Telly Awards receive over 13,000 entries annually from the finest ad agencies, production companies, TV stations, cable companies, interactive agencies and corporations around the world.
“Keeping Faith” with De La Rosa is a bimonthly video newsletter published by the PMA. Segments and individual stories can be seen here. Mid Council, congregation, and pastoral leaders are invited to use these segments, or shorter stories, to share during meetings, as a Minute for Mission, or as sermon illustrations.
Watch the “Keeping Faith” tutorial video below for easy download instructions. When choosing your download file size please remember SD stands for standard definition and HD for high definition.
More information about PDA’s response in Flint can be found at: http://pda.pcusa.org/situation/flint-michigan-water-crisis/
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