"Our goal is not to convince every church to use more visual media," says Tyler Charles in his introduction to this resource. "Our goal is to equip churches to use visual media in a way that will enhance their specific ministry."
This 23-page pack of articles examines trends within the church and the philosophy behind media ministry; it also gives suggestions for how churches can start using media, even on a limited budget. It's a great resource for pastors, and for anyone in the church who has their hands on media.
NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.
This Resource contains all of the following:
Now You See the Screen
Embrace the visual age—at your own pace.
Preaching by Faith and by Sight
Oral communicators are joining the visual revolution.
Engaging a Post-Literate World
Using visual communication in worship.
Getting Your Media Ministry off the Ground
How churches can start using media.
How to optimize your technology budget when you don’t have a technology budget.
Understanding Media Types (free sample)
Answering the question, "What do I use—and where?"
Find answers for some of the most common—and confounding—questions.
Using Film Clips in Preaching
Careful choices yield the best results.
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