This webinar will show you how to use everyday materials to transform your worship places. Besides sharing some specific ideas, we'll talk about best practices to make sure the all-important message gets through and explore ideas on how to involve others in the work.
Typography, design of any sort, useful technology, reading, writing, leadership (especially church leadership)
At the Calvin Symposium on Worship today, the suggestion was made for a repository of worship visuals and ideas for visuals be created. A place to show and tell what we did and why — for inspiration and, if permission is granted, for borrowing. Worth doing?
The problem is likely on the receiving end and not what app you're using to send—but what you use to send is going to be part of the solution. Internet Service Providers (ISP) or your member's own...posted on: Emailing Church Members
Some great thoughts. Thanks, Sherick! A simple line out from the sound board to any kind of digital recorder would save us the time-consuming task of having to join the disconnected chapters our...posted on: How to Podcast Sermons
Another approach: because we're familiar with Blip.tv, we've just begun uploading sermon audio files there using Blip's quick-and-easy iTunes link on our site--as well as individual MP3 download...posted on: How to Podcast Sermons
Diane, you might want to check back copies of Reformed Worship (online at reformedworship.org). I know we've--yup, it's something I'm involved in--published ideas for group project in the past....posted on: Communal Visual Arts project