May 4 was the National Day of Prayer. I had the honor of working with the North Raleigh Church of Christ to video document their special prayer service – I’ll share that video I produced for them later.

For me, prayer is an amazing opportunity to talk directly with God. And I believe it is a two-way conversation! So, I produced this VLOG about the day, my thoughts on prayer and also my video set-up for the day. Oh and I also managed to sneak in a reference to Star Trek: Wrath of Khan…no, really. Just watch, it’ll make sense!

Would love to hear your thoughts about prayer. Also, please consider subscribing to my YouTube channel too!

Thanks for watching!

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Here’s a complete rundown of my gear for this video and the prayer video:

Canon 70D

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Lens 18-55mm

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Canon g7x Mark II

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Rode wireless mic

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Rode Video Mic Go

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Manfrotto Tripod

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Monopod

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Edited with Premiere Pro on a Mac Mini

Music from AudioBlocks

 

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