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7 Content Ideas for Your Church LED Video Wall

LED video walls are increasing in popularity in House of Worship settings due to their ability to engage congregations with dynamic and visually appealing content. Whether you already own an LED screen for your church or are considering purchasing one, here are 7 popular content applications.

In-Ear Monitor System Guide: Options for Every Church From Small to Mega

One small piece of equipment that can have a huge impact on the quality of sound on the worship platform is the in-ear monitor.  In-ear monitors can reduce stage volume and provide precise monitoring for individual mixes.

4 Steps to Scheduling Rest for the Church Tech

When working in church tech ministry, there always seems to be “what next” moments. What’s the latest gear? How do I get things to look and sound better? Many church techs, and for good reasons, are always looking to improve the church experience. At some point, however, we need to take a step back and ask ourselves the question: WHY are we doing this? Is it to make it look good or is it to bring glory to God?

Using Video to Encourage Worship Participation

We recently shared some tools and options for pastors to utilize video to save time in ministry. Today, we're going to take a look at using video specifically in ministry to encourage, connect, and inspire your congregation as well as assist your worship team in learning their music. Video is a pretty amazing tool - the sky's the limit in terms of all its many uses, in many different 'zones' of ministry. 

Recording Separate Audio for Church Production

It is often said that half of great video is great audio. It is certainly true that bad audio can kill good video. But it's not always easy to get great audio into your camera every single time. While it can be tricky, the dividends will pay off when the audio is high quality and is synced perfectly to the video. Whether you're producing a delayed livestream, captured video church service for YouTube, or some other video church production, spending time on the quality of the audio is important.