Adventist young people are being encouraged to enter a worldwide short film competition for the chance to accompany Adventist Mission on an all expenses paid trip to hone their film-making skills.
The film needs to be one-minute or less and cover the theme “My story, My Mission”—examining what mission means in their lives.
Entry is free for self-identifying Adventist students and those studying at Adventist institutions, who are aged between 18 and 25 years old. Films must be submitted online by August 31, 2018 at AdventistMission.org/filmcontest.
The winners will be announced in October at the Society of Adventist Communicators Conference.
“The voyages of the Pitcairn throughout the South Pacific islands captured the imagination of Adventists in the early days of our Church,” said Dr Graeme Humble, field secretary and Adventist Mission director for the South Pacific Division. “We are inviting students from our region to build on the story of mission in our South Pacific. What does mission mean to you within your life’s context today?”
For more information contact EwertK@gc.adventist.org.