We take communion regularly in church. What about the deleted scenes from that story? The story of The Last Supper is often times abbreviated to only focus on when Jesus took the bread, broke it, and said, “This is My body,” and the wine saying, “This is My blood. . .” Sure, taking the cracker […]Read More The Deleted Scenes of Holy Communion
Keeping up with the Willows, the Northpoints, then Saddlebacks. The Church has its own version of “keeping up with the Joneses”. And it usually looks like keeping up with the mega church down the street. Unfortunately, that mentality is often what drives the decisions we make in our churches. “Is Northpoint doing that? We gotta […]Read More Why Media is Important for the Church?
Jonathan Malm from ChurchStageDesignIdeas.com showed me this new app this past weekend called Shift. It’s a well spent $6. I can take any photo on my phone, add effects, textures, and even video motion overlays. In the past 5 years, I have used all different screen resolutions at the church. Some were as wide as […]Read More Newest Tool in the Media Toolbox FOR JUST $6
Even in the most remote thatched roof bamboo hut, you can find forms of modern media. I want to do everything I can to learn how best to utilize media to reach the world with the message of Christ. Figuring out how to get the content I develop into the media platforms used in remote […]Read More Media Is EVERYWHERE
The above picture was taken in Sagua de Tanamo, Cuba in 2012. This is a small town on the far eastern part of the Island of Cuba. As with many nations, the further you travel away from the city, the less you see of technological advancement. The further east you go in Cuba away from […]Read More The Power of Media