If your church uses ProPresenter, you might wonder which computer system is best. Whether a church plant just getting started, or an established church looking to upgrade your computer systems, this article aims at helping your church be a good steward of its resources by choosing the best computer system to run ProPresenter.
While many churches have a person on staff in place to oversee church communication, having a trained graphic designer in-house to create custom church graphics remains rare. Church’s graphics needs have continued to increase as modern church communication requires more overall professionalism. Emphasis on visuals in worship, social media, and video are now critical to a well-produced Sunday service. Having a relationship with a custom church graphics provider can greatly help.
Many church leaders and members feel nostalgia for traditional methods of worship. This is understandable, except that it often leads them to reject new technology which could possibly encourage young members to embrace the church in greater numbers.
Church presentations can add a lot to a worship service. The song lyrics on a screen help people look up instead of burying their heads in a book as they sing praises to the Lord. A well-designed announcement graphic can help attendees learn about important events or information they need. Preachers can communicate more effectively if they use more than one form of media to share the message of the Word of God. However, this will all grind to a halt without someone to control the presentation during the church service.
One of the hallmarks of great software is that it's easy to use at first, but when you need it to do more, you can find more capability than you just hadn't discovered before; it grows with your needs.
ProPresenter 6 is like that. I initially thought it was so simple that anyone could learn it in a few minutes. Now, 93 videos into creating a tutorial series and courses on it, I know that it's easy to get the basics, but there's so much that people don't initially discover that it can do.
Over the past year, we've tried to ramp up our worship software reviews here at ChurchTechToday. While other kinds of software like church management software seem to get lots of press in the church tech space, we thought it important to put some time and energy into helping worship leaders with their software selection.
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