July 26, 2023

Use this Checklist to Conduct Impactful and Creative Church Video Interviews

Many churches use video testimonies to tell powerful stories of redemption and restoration. These personal stories work best when the interviewer and interviewee know each other well. Because a friend conducting the interview allows for greater vulnerability. But oftentimes a friend isn’t experienced in this craft. So below is a checklist to train and prepare unseasoned interviewers to create dynamic videos.
July 19, 2023

5 Core Skills to Manage and Lead Church Creatives Well

Working with creatives is a new experience for many church leaders. Some will find working with creatives energizing and satisfying, others may find managing church creatives challenging. If you are bumping up against frustrations as you interact with your worship director, video director, or creative arts ministry director, it’s probably due either to a lack of understanding of how creative people are “wired” and how to work with them, or you might need to employ different leadership styles to gel as a team and experience the best results for your staff and your church.
July 12, 2023

5 AVL Church Communication Strategies to Enhance Creativity

Are you involved in church communication and struggling to capture the attention of your audience? You're not alone. With the rise of social media, streaming services, and other forms of entertainment, competition for attention has never been more intense. But don't worry – there are ways to cut through the noise and make a lasting impact. One such way is through creative church communication strategies and the right audiovisual (AV) technology. In this article, we'll explore how effective communication is key to any event and how you can use creative church communication to connect with your audience and leave a lasting impression.
April 25, 2023

3 Essential Small Church Communication Tactics

If you’ve been called to communicate in a small church, that doesn’t mean you’ve been given a small task. God works through you and your church to make a difference in the world. But often, the role of informing the congregation is all-consuming since “regular attendance” has dropped to less than “regular.” How do you let people know about everything going on in ministry when they’re only attending once or twice a month? It’s difficult. Small church communication can be challenging for sure.