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A 10-Step Guide To Starting A Podcast Beyond Sermon Content

Whether you're producing a podcast based on sermons or other valuable content, this guide to start a podcast will give you a strong start. I've included my lessons learned and insider tips from producing my own podcast for the past 5 years.

6 Podcasting Ideas to Connect Online

In the twenty-first century, we’re part of a new revolution. The internet enables communication on a global scale. It does this not only to larger geographic areas but also to smaller groups. This is the era of the niche. Instead of speaking to larger and larger groups, you can now speak to more select groups and individuals from across the globe, who though separate physically, may form in aggregate, a large group, in and of themselves.

7 Inspiring Bible Podcasts

As digital technology increasingly gets more infused into our daily lives, podcasting makes it easier to produce and to distribute Bible-inspired content. Did you know that there are more Christian podcasts than any other category? Many Christian podcasts are repurposed sermons preached at churches, and there’s nothing wrong with that. Others podcasts are hosted by all kinds of Christians talking about a wide range of topics related to faith and life. There are also podcasts that speak directly from the Bible itself, the very source of spiritual life. As the Scriptures provide the eternal spring of daily bread, may these 7 examples of Bible podcasts feed you personally and even inspire you to start podcasting.

Video Basics from Composition to Lighting and Audio [Infographic]

Having a great idea story idea is just the beginning of an effective church video. Before you start shooting, here are some video basics to keep in mind. Feel free to download and print these quick tips for how to compose, light and record audio on your next video.

3 Reasons Why Video Can Help Your Church Attract and Retain Guests

I am an introvert. There, I said it. So, going over to dinner at someone’s house, whom I have never met before, ranks right up there with a root canal or standardize testing. C’mon my fellow introverts, you know exactly what I mean. You have to smile constantly for 2+ hours, keep up some semblance of conversation, and maybe even play charades. Somebody push the eject button, please.

On the other hand, we have no problem spending hours over at a good friend’s house. We can be the best refrigerator friends money can buy. The million-dollar question is, “What is the difference?” The answer: familiarity.

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