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23 Top Churches on YouTube

How do we get a sense of what’s happening with our churches’ collective presence on YouTube? There currently isn’t a one-click YouTube category to find religion & spirituality content like over on Apple Podcasts. That’s why we’ve rounded up the 23 most popular YouTube channels for churches, both in the United States and other countries too, sorted by the number of subscribers.

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.

10 Ministry Alternatives to Live Streaming

Live streaming isn't right for every church. In an ideal world, equipment would be cheap and every church would have the infrastructure to host their own service via live stream. Now, many churches are struggling to make something work in a short amount of time because of COVID-19. This isn't a perfect world and while God isn't surprised, many churches have been. So, with that thought in mind, what are some things you can do today to maintain community and meet other than live streaming?

The Bible Project Reaches Millions With YouTube

Increasingly, creative media is engaging modern audiences deeply and widely in the Bible. Based in overwhelmingly secular Portland, OR, The Bible Project is at the leading edge of guiding young audiences into Biblical studies. Especially and ironically where faith is least popular, according to Barna Research.

Is Vlogging Your Ministry the Next Big Thing?

Can a church or minister use a vlog to expand their ministry, help grow believers or reach people for Jesus? Some people think the new craze of vlogging is the next big thing for the church.

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