From audio to video to lighting, it’s all too easy for the production to override the worship. Musician and producer, Jon Steingard, shares advice for the tech crew. Based on his experience on the stage and in the tech booth, Jon offers four pieces of advice for people who keep things running during the worship service.
Pastors, once the sermon is over, what do you do with all that work you put into it? Well, luckily, there are plenty of ways to repurpose your sermon recording so that it continues to minister long after the service is over. Here are 10 ideas to get you started.
Award-winning moviemakers, network journalists, and documentary filmmakers are all looking at their phones differently these days. A new industry saying is, “The best camera you have is the camera you have with you.” Keep reading and learn how to get the best photos with your phone.
If you want to engage your congregation and reach more people in your own community, you need to get creative with the types of videos you produce. Keep reading for 17 ideas for using videos to further your ministry objectives.
There definitely is a sense that digital has become the norm for most congregations. However, as we move into the future, there is also the sense that the church is becoming more and more digitally illiterate. To grow, here are 7 areas churches need to do more with digital in the coming years.
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