Loyola Press Asks “Where Do You Find God?” with the Finding God Video Contest

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The Finding God Video Contest encourages participants to submit videos of where they find God for a chance to win free Finding God 2013 textbooks.

Loyola Press invites teachers, catechists, and students to be part of the Finding God Video Contest, an original multimedia project that encourages children to explore the inspiring and sometimes-surprising ways they experience God’s presence in their everyday lives. All online video submissions will showcase responses to the question: “Where do you find God?” Schools and parishes who submit videos are eligible to win the following prizes:

  •     First prize: School- or parish-wide adoption of the new edition of Finding God: Our Response to God’s Gifts (grades 1–6)
  •     Second prize: $1,000 Loyola Press product gift certificate
  •     Third prize: $500 Loyola Press product gift certificate

“Finding God: Our Response to God’s Gifts is all about discovering God’s presence everywhere and in everything. This video contest helps our students seek traces of God in our world,” Loyola Press publisher, Paul Campbell, says.

Catechists, teachers, and their students are encouraged to work together and unite their school or parish community to vote on their videos. School or parish staff members (e.g., DREs, principals, catechists, teachers) should submit videos at least thirty seconds in length and no longer than two minutes at http://www.FindingGod.com/contest. The deadline to submit videos and to vote is April 20, 2012.

Winners will be determined by online voting, so entries should be submitted as soon as possible to allow plenty of time to vote. The first, second, and third prize winners will be announced at the National Conference for Catechetical Leadership annual conference in May 2012 and by e-mail. For full details, rules, and entry information, visit http://www.FindingGod.com/contest.

About Loyola Press
Loyola Press has published books and other print and online resources for faith formation, classroom curriculum, and spirituality support for the last 100 years. As a Jesuit Ministry, Loyola Press strives to help you find God in all things and develop a deep, personal relationship with Christ.

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