Dave Adamson

I was a TV sports reporter in Australia before moving to the US with my family to go into full-time ministry. In 2008 I became one of the first online pastors in the world. I have grown and led online communities of more than 80,000 people each week at two of Outreach Magazine’s largest churches in the US, including Andy Stanley’s North Point Ministries, where I was the social media pastor from 2013 to 2020. I have worked with churches and ministries around the world as a social media and digital ministry consultant, helping them develop strategies for online ministry, social media and YouTube. Now, as the Orange Director for Australia and New Zealand, I partner with 200+ churches in Australian and NZ, connect lead and senior pastors with reThink Leadership, work with North Point Partner churches in Australia, and create online and digital strategies and masterclasses for 10,000+ churches around the world. One of my other priorities is to identify, vet, and develop Australian speakers to be local voices for Orange Conference, reThink Leadership Conference, and Orange Tour in Australia. When I’m not doing all this, I’m probably researching the 1st century cultural context of Jesus and Hebrew words for my daily Instagram devotions, and YouTube channel. I’m a frequent guest on podcasts, an online host, a speaker at numerous conferences and events around the world, and have a black belt in writing about myself in bios. Oh … I also have written two books, 52 Hebrew Words Every Christian Should Know, and Chasing The Light.

5 Good Reasons You Need A One-Stand YouTube Studio

There’s a growing trend on YouTube this year for creators to develop and build a one-stand YouTube Studio. This is essentially a rig that contains a main light, key light, a camera, microphone, monitor and even a teleprompter on one single C-stand that is on wheels. In this article, I give you some incentive to create your own single-stand rig, whether you’re an expert or a beginner.

Top 5 Hybrid Cameras For Churches In 2021

Wondering about the best hybrid cameras for churches in 2021? I bet you’re on a budget and don’t want to spend money on a video-dedicated camera as well as a separate photo-dedicated camera. You want, as Van Halen said so well, the best of both worlds. But, you work for church or ministry, so you either don’t have a month to spend researching hybrid cameras, or safesurf at your church won’t let you. 

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