WFX15: Building a Communications Team for Smaller Churches
By TD Staff · April 13, 2016 • The goal of this workshop explored techniques and strategies for producing video content and creating graphics.
WFX15: Recording Live Video For Everyone
By TD Staff · April 13, 2016 • The goal of this workshop was to provide a working knowledge of camera and crew and to explore the various shots necessary to capture a live event for audio, video, and lights.
3 Social Media Tips to Attract the Outside Community
By TD Staff · April 12, 2016 • As churches, we need to identify how we can stand out in our communities.
WTD Guide to Video Editing Software: Apple, Avid or Adobe?
By Matt Knisely · April 8, 2016 • A detailed look at the pros and cons between Apple Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro.
The Value of Storytelling in Church Communication
By Jennifer Johnson · April 5, 2016 • Storytelling takes imagination, hard work, persistence, dedication, organization, and a heart for helping people deepen their relationship with Christ.
WFX15 PowerPoint-Audio Session, Recording Live Video For Everyone
By TD Staff · April 1, 2016 • The goal of this workshop was to provide a working knowledge of camera and crew and to explore the various shots necessary to capture a live event for audio, video, and lights.
Brent Mann: Why Should Churches Use Video?
By Brent Mann · March 30, 2016 • We need the preached Word of God, but also coupled with that, we need parables to communicate to the audience.
To The Budding Church Filmmaker
By Nathan VonMinden · March 15, 2016 • There are a few things I have learned over the last decade to help make films better and be an exciting use of our resources.
How to Build a Social Media Plan
By Phil Bowdle · March 11, 2016 • It’s easy to start a social media account for your church. It’s far more challenging to actually be effective on social media.
Here Today, More Tomorrow
By Jeremy Mika · March 11, 2016 • With their feet in the present and their eyes on the future, one church builds an expandable sanctuary space.
Saying Goodbye to Your Baby
By Eric Bramlett · March 8, 2016 • Good editing means not only taking away things that you don’t like. It also means taking away things that you do like.
Ralph Hicks: Video Production Starting Point
By Ralph Hicks · February 29, 2016 • The key is that everyone knows what is going to happen next so you do not miss anything — you can’t edit what you don’t have.
WTD Guide to Environmental Projection: Seven Building Blocks
By TD Staff · February 24, 2016 • When building a plan for using environmental projection in your space, recognize that you are building a system that will be unique to you, your room and your needs.
Producing a Sermon: Video Techniques
By Greg Stovell · February 19, 2016 • One has to wonder, how is it possible that a sermon can fall short of the listener’s heart, if the Spirit breathes upon all who are called to preach?
Prepared To Record Video of Your Church Services?
By Ralph Hicks · February 17, 2016 • There are many things to keep in mind as you choose a camera, beginning with cost.
Latest ResourceFor Lighting Design, What Software Is The Right Match For Your Needs? (Part 3)
Dig into this final part of a three-part series that looks into choices for lighting design software, including Vectorworks and LightConverse, and how each can best serve the needs of your church.