Doug Miller is the media director at Munsey Memorial United Methodist Church in Johnson City, Tennessee. The church had been streaming its services for years prior to the pandemic, but still decided to retool for a different kind of experience. This podcast is full of ideas.
Today I’m sharing a few tips for looking good on camera. These come from Julie Hagen who has done amazing work at Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church in Washington, DC. Julie has a background in broadcasting and is now a seminarian. These tips are for free; you’re welcome.
Rev. Doug Silvers is the pastor of two churches in Wytheville, Virginia, a town of about 20,000 residents. Doug’s experience is unique because he started at this church just two months ago. Not only has he had to implement many new methods of doing ministry, he’s had to do them in a setting where he…
Rev. Kate Dalton is the lead pastor of First Parish in Yarmouth, Maine, where she leads a team that has worked overtime to ensure members of the congregation remained connected. I joked with her about the number of great ideas she was sharing, but seriously, this one is full of good information.
Adam Mosley is a long-time friend who has been winning at the podcasting game! He is the host of “The Ocean” podcast, and he’s going to talk to us about how he uses his podcast as a way to utilize a voice that he did not necessarily have when standing in a pulpit.
We clergy speak of the most significant event in history: the life, death, and resurrection of Christ. Why is it so hard to “put ourselves out there” when we carry such an incredible message? Most of us are allergic to anything that feels like self-promotion. But in this world of social media, streaming worship, and…
Relying on a Facebook-only strategy for streaming your worship services is risky. With all social media, you are not in control; a better way to go is outlined in my latest webinar. You can find it at https://lakelandsinstitute.com/social-webinar. I hope to see you there!