How To Have A Great Conference Experience | PP61

Welcome back! I spent last week at the New Room Conference put on by my good friends at Seedbed. As always, I had a great time interviewing folks for the Threshing Floor and learning TONS. In this episode, I want to show you how to have a great conference experience. Front Matter: Earlier this month I build an AMAZING whiteboard at the house. If you follow me on instagram, you’ve probably already seen it! I did it using a melamine shower board from Home Depot. I also bought a few different marker packs from amazon. I finished it up by mounting it with screws on the wall and gave it a quick coating of Turtle Brand car wax. Super easy project and it provided TONS of killer benefits.   My big project for the day. $12 whiteboard. 6×4 and erases wonderfully. A photo posted by Chad Brooks (@revchadbrooks) on Aug 31, 2016 at 5:17pm PDT Thanks to MPWinky for the fantastic iTunes Review and Rating. If you haven’t left one yet, you can do so right here. It helps out the podcast get to more and more folks. How To Have A Great Conference Experience A couple of years back, I wrote a few blog posts on enjoying and learning from conferences. They continually get traffic and folks always love them…so I wanted to combine the content for this episode of Productive Pastor. How To Make The Most of a Conference 4 Ways To Have a Great Conference Experience (and not drive your team crazy) Map Our Your Schedule Do you know what you are going to do during...

Sermon Audio Embedding-more on sermon engagement

Last week, I published episode 60 of The Productive Pastor. It was all about building a sermon engagement strategy and taking your sermon past Sunday and into the next week (and time beyond). All of the content was directed at leveraging the time and power of your sermon for better engagement across your community. One of the key pieces was the sermon preview. This is an anchor point blog post, with information about the upcoming sermon and resources to engage (links to scripture, discussion guides, etc). As part of the blog post, I shared two resources about sharing your sermon audio. I have had several questions about these two resources, so I wanted to show them side-by-side. Series Engine Series Engine is an embedded audio player designed specifically for sharing sermon audio/video in a wordpress site. It offers organization for each series, the ability to upload image files. It also will help you link your sermon audio to iTunes via RSS. I have never used Series Engine for podcasting, but it is possible. This means you host your audio through your self-hosted wordpress website, not an outside service. I currently do not use series engine, but it is a fantastic way to publish sermon audio. If you want to do a podcast, you can. I wouldn’t recommend it, but it is totally possible. This is what the Series Engine player looks like embedded (note. I haven’t used it in several years, so this content is dated). Loading Content... Copy and share the link below: Okay, I'm Done - Browse Series - Celebration of Discipline special messages Coming Home For Christmas...

Building a Sermon Engagement Strategy | Productive Pastor 60

Do you want to keep folks focused on Sunday? You need a sermon engagement strategy…and I’m going to help you build one! It is a chance to make the sermon stretch past Sunday. Front Matter iTunes Review and Rating. Building a Sermon Engagement Strategy Engagement is the magic word. Remember, this is about making the sermon stretch past Sunday. Engagement helps folks interact, share, invite and participate. Engaged folks will serve, give, grow and be part of the mission. Sermon engagement will help you and your ministry work on discipleship every day of the week. Carey Niewhof on engagement: The Fully Engaged Church Podcast: Carey Niewhof on Engagement 5 Reasons Engagement Will Drive Almost All Future Growth. Why People Are Attending Church Less Often with Will Mancini (if you listen/read to any of these…make it this one. And check out the shownotes.) So let’s look at the 5 building blocks to help you with your sermon engagement strategy The Sermon Preview The sermon preview is a strategic blogpost designed to introduce people to your sermon. It isn’t some wild concept, or quick version of the sermon. It’s about marketing and it will serve as the anchor point for your whole content strategy for sermon engagement. JR Forasteros sermon preview links My older preview’s (using Series Engine) hosted on my site. Current preview’s (using Smart Podcast Player) on the church website. Images We’ve all seen scripture and quote images on social media. Most folks are making them via a text app on their phone. I currently love typorama for making images. Canva.com is also great. I wrote this blog post a few years ago....

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