This is the new Dibor promo video my film company created this week. Very proud of it and hope it inspires. Would love your thoughts. ch:

“The Truth Seat” :: Dibor from Grandath Films on Vimeo.


Matt · 6 Jun ’10 at 7:41 pm

Very, very cool.

    Christopher Hopper · 6 Jun ’10 at 8:12 pm

    Thanks Matt. I love what these guys had to say and their honesty. Hope it inspires other young people to be transparent. Seems to be a theme here lately!

Nathan Petrie · 6 Jun ’10 at 7:53 pm

Well I loved it 🙂 Very inspiring. Every time I hear about Dibor something in me gets excited to like….change the world or something LOL

    Christopher Hopper · 6 Jun ’10 at 8:20 pm

    Well now, that’s encouraging! Thanks Nathan!

      Nathan Petrie · 8 Jun ’10 at 10:57 am

      You should be encouraged! Thank YOU 🙂

Julie Ehrentraut · 6 Jun ’10 at 8:52 pm

You did a great job on the promo. Keep up the awesome work!!

    Christopher Hopper · 6 Jun ’10 at 9:45 pm

    Thanks so much, Julie! Love to you and the tribe!

Philip · 7 Jun ’10 at 6:47 am

The video is excellent! Really, really good – not too long not too short. Good music, good content. Good camera work. Further, the school itself sounds great!

    Christopher Hopper · 7 Jun ’10 at 12:02 pm

    Thanks Philip. I was wondering if it was too long. But knew I needed to make sure there was enough meaningful content to get the message across. Testimonies are not short things.

Jay Trainer · 7 Jun ’10 at 8:32 am

CH – Very neat to see the next crop of disciples from Dibor getting released to go and get ’em. Talk about it being a garden of fruit, harvested, released. Awesome. Hope the furnace up there in Watertown burns huge, refining, defining, and establishing His Kingdom. Awesome stuff!

    Christopher Hopper · 7 Jun ’10 at 12:03 pm

    Hey thanks for your encouragement, Jay! Love co-laboring with you from afar, even if we only see each other once a year. You rock bro.

Tom Brennan · 22 Jun ’10 at 2:23 pm

Great Video, Christopher. Impressive testimony and great presentation!

    Christopher Hopper · 25 Jun ’10 at 12:58 am

    Thanks so much, Tom. Appreciate that a lot. ch:

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