Friday, February 19, 2010

New BarlowGirl Video – Never Seen Before!!

As most of you know, the awesome Christian group BarlowGirl, (made up of three sisters Alyssa, Lauren and Rebecca), are longtime Mercy supporters and friends. We have known the Barlow family for years and are so blessed to be able to partner with them in something new and really, really exciting – a brand new music video to promote Mercy Ministries! Taping was recently finished for their new video to go along with their song, “Sing Me a Love Song” from their newly released CD “Love and War”. What is so cool about this video is that it features a story about a girl struggling with some of the same issues we help girls with here at Mercy. It gives you a real and honest look at what many young girls are facing today. We thought you would enjoy getting a sneak peek of this video before it is released in the next couple of weeks.


We are so excited that this video will be shown at their upcoming concerts and we are believing for it to have a profound impact on those who see it. These ladies are so special to us and we are so proud of all they have accomplished. It is awesome that they have chosen to use their influence to impact their own generation and the next generation. The fact that they are using their lives to take a stand and speak into the social issues of our day is commendable. They are an awesome example of what it means to truly use all God has given you to bring Him glory and we honor them.

To learn more about BarlowGirl, check out their website at www.barlowgirl.com.

5 comments:

Kerry said...

GREAT video and message!

Yvonne Green said...

The video itself is awesome.
Its going to reach so many people including those who need Mercy

LABcrab said...

It is a pretty good video, but:

1. It is NOT a BarlowGirl music video. Nowhere in the clip can BarlowGirl be seen playing any music. Clips of the band playing can, should, and almost must be added.

(See also Switchfoot's "Meant To Live" and Paramore's "Decode". Both have movie clips mixed with band clips.)

2. There is no "Download" link, which will tremendously slow down the spreading process. The sisters barely retweeted it, it's not on their official website, and they didn't send out an email newsletter announcement.

3. It looks a lot like the "I Need You To Love Me" video, except without the band, hospital, or quality.

I hope you will improve this video.

Steph said...

I really like this video. It pinpoints the struggles that so many girls have- struggles that people need to be more aware of.

Caroline said...

GREAT video and message![2] o/