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5 Tips to Create an Effective Sermon Recap Video 

Since millions of people consume content on various social media platforms it makes sense to show sermon recaps there. However, this space is saturated with people vying for your attention. To gain more visibility, use creative design and animation techniques to arrest attention. In other words, it needs to stop the user in the middle of their scroll and invite them into the message.

10 Essential Elements To Include In Your Church's Plan-Your-Visit Video

Thankfully, visitors don’t need to wait until Sunday to check out your church or begin preparing for their first encounter with you. With a brief but thorough plan-your-visit video, they can scope out your church’s vibe and best prepare themselves and their family for worship with you. 

Capture Summit to Equip Christian Filmmakers

In its fourth year, Capture Content Creation and Filmmaking Summit 2020 is a one-of-a-kind conference for Christian filmmakers and storytellers. Hosted by Church Production Live Events, Capture is an excellent resource for any Christian videographer, church tech, or media director.

5 Pointers for Preaching to a Camera

I am not a naturally gifted speaker. I have worked really hard to improve as a communicator. One of the areas I had struggled in for a long time was speaking directly to a camera. If you have spent many years speaking to a live audience, then speaking straight to a camera in an empty room is quite different. When the congregation laughs at a joke or is audibly engaged in the message, it builds my confidence as a communicator. It also gives me momentum as the sermon progresses. This all goes away when preaching directly at a camera.

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