More and more churches are interested in live-streaming. Often they don't know how to get started or where to go after they've grown past the "hold your phone in the back of the room" stage.
In this course, you'll learn all about the first steps for churches who want to start. You'll also learn about steps to take to make your live stream stand out from the crowd.
We'll also talk about the different strategies and hardware for getting a higher quality live stream.
Imagine having a live stream that's a tool your congregation can use to invite their friends to church. Imagine parents of young children being able to go to church while children are at home, sick. Imagine members of the military in your congregation being able to attend church while they're deployed half way around the world and being able to discuss the message afterwards.
Live streaming can be a great tool for churches. In this course, you'll learn how to use it.
Paul Alan Clifford started doing church tech in 2000, when projectors were cutting edge and PowerPoint was the closest thing to worship software that most churches had. He writes a monthly column for ChurchProduction.com, and occasionally for their print edition as well. You can also find his articles in Technologies for Worship, and on ChurchTechToday and ChurchM.ag.
Each week, he publishes multiple audio podcasts and videos on TrinityDigitalMedia.com, his ministry's website.
You can find his books Podcasting Church, Tweeting Church, The Serving Church, Church Video School, and others on Amazon.