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Help with Christmas Video

Christmas in Dark Places 2

Ok, quick help needed. We've just filmed a reflective spoken word for Christmas. It's about Christmas in dark places. At the beginning we're thinking of displaying a couple of statistics to show that Christmas can be tough. Which should we use:

This year 500 000 UK families lost someone.

On Christmas Day, 250,000 elderly Britons will be alone...

In the UK, 80 000 children will be homeless at Christmas.

Post-Christmas is the busiest time for divorce lawyers.

“Sandy Hook”

“Boxing Day Tsunami”

Any others?

We can only use 2, three at most.

And also, should it be called "Christmas in the dark" or "Christmas in dark places"?

Something else?

Your help will be gratefully received and stay tuned for the video. It'll be out very soon!

6 thoughts on “Help with Christmas Video

  1. Neil Coleman

    On Christmas Day, 250,000 elderly Britons will be alone…

    In the UK, 80 000 children will be homeless at Christmas.

    Post-Christmas is the busiest time for divorce lawyers.

    "Christmas in dark places"
    I reckon, looking forward to it, thanks for all your resourcing helping me keep true to straight & narrow

  2. Ben

    Agreed: children, old folks, and possibly also divorce. Don't mind what you call it - the dark / dark places is fine. All power to your arm :)

  3. AJ

    Please focus on these three: 250K elderly who are alone, the 80K homeless children and the increase in divorces after Christmas which too often sadly leads to even more homeless children.

    Anxious to hear how you will wrap the video up into your usual inspirational and encouraging message, because even though the statistics are familiar, I'm personally feeling sad right now reading those numbers.

    Jesus Christ said "Be of good cheer" John 16:33

    :D how's that for a smile? Thanks Glen and Emma!

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