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Finally, the new site is here. I’m pumped for you to explore and would love to know what you think. But, before we do anything else, I want to tell you about this project I have been working on, called The Illumination Project.
My father and I did some filming on the project in Portland, Oregon, last September. Many thanks to the 1,300 of you who came out! Mark your calendars for the release date set for early 2013.
There are a number of people I am really excited to share with you as the months lead up to the release of the film series. I firmly believe that you are going to have many “lightbulb” moments as you hear, listen, and see what each of them is contributing to the new site.
Watch this video to get more information and see my “artistic” side.
FAQ’s about The Illumination Project
What was this event?
At the beginning of Fall 2012, my father and I filmed a series entitled “The Illumination Project.” The series is a dialogue between the two of us, and the goal of this project is for our generation (represented by me) to gain clarity – or illumination – from someone older and wiser (represented by my father). More specifically, we hope that viewers will walk away with hope. Hope for marriage; hope for insightful ways to interact with the opposite sex in singleness and dating; hope that they can independently experience illuminating moments by seeking wisdom and asking questions.
The filming is being produced into a 6-week series for people to do alone or in groups together.
Why the name Illumination?
If you have read any of my articles or watched any of my videos, one of the things that I base my work around is questions. I believe when we ask questions and genuinely seek wisdom (which I believe is found through prayer, scripture, and seeking wise counsel), we often have moments of illumination or “lightbulb” moments that help inform our decisions and worldview.
Who was invited to attend the live filming?
Love and Respect (Now) is geared towards 18- to 35-year-olds. Those who attended the filming were part of this age range. Single, dating, or married.
For your viewing pleasure, here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come:
Hope this project excites you as much as it does me, and I can’t wait to know what you think about the new site for the LRN community!
Over and out,
Love and Respect (Now) is a division of Love and Respect. Please be considerate.