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The Do’s & Don’ts of Seasonal Media

The official start of Fall is just a few days away and I thought it would be appropriate in these days of changing leaves, pumpkin spice, and football to share a few guidelines for using seasonal media. Here's a few tips on how to use it all correctly. Read More

Four Reasons Why I Love Service Packs

Four Reasons Why I Love Service PacksWhen it comes to selecting background motions and stills for worship lyrics, there's a huge number of options to choose from these days. This variety really comes in handy when you're searching for a specific look, but can be a bit overwhelming at times - especially for beginners. Read More

Using Still Images To Create Focus

TCP-Post-Stills_FocusI was on the lookout for any budget-friendly techniques that I would be able to take home and apply in our church. I ended up picking up an idea from a very unexpected area, though. In between their first and second songs, while their campus pastor took the platform to welcome the congregation, I noticed that their motion background transitioned into a still graphic version of the same background. Read More

Media That Matters

TCP-Post-Media_That_Matters There was a time in the Church when pretty much anything projected during a service was considered progressive and beneficial, but that's simply not the case anymore. In 2013, we're a more visual, media-driven people than ever before. Media is everywhere and therefore average Joe's now have standards. Read More

tcp tip #3: fall-tastic announcement slides

TCP-Announcement_Slides The time before service begins presents a really good opportunity to start communicating to your congregation, and in the latest tip from The Creative Pastor, you'll learn how to use Announcement Slides! Announcements Pack: Fall Vol. 1 is used an example and is perfect for Fall and Thanksgiving! Check it out!

tcp tip #2: using mini-movies for transitions

TCP-Post-Mini_Movie_Transitions In this new tip from The Creative Pastor, you'll learn how to use mini-movies as transitions between elements in your worship service. Hopefully you'll be able to grab the attention of your congregation during these transitional times while also communicating a message that speaks to their hearts! Check it out!

New Blog Feature: Tips From The Creative Pastor

TCP_Centerline_Ad_1 SmWe're launching a brand new feature to our blog this week that will hopefully be a help to you and how you use our media! We're partnering with The Creative Pastor, aka Kendall Conner, to bring you weekly church media tips. Read more...

 
 
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