For two days only, the Creative Worship / Design Matters Worship and Media Seminar early bird deadline is being extended. Register now for this incredible event coming to Dayton, Ohio, on April 27-28 2009.
It’s been a while since we’ve been in Dayton, and we’re excited to be coming back. Here’s what people had to say last time we were in town:
“I received practical insight and spiritual rationale to move forward toward digital storytelling.” – Dennis Rinehart, Clyde, OH
“We have experienced a rather painful worship war. Today I brought 7 of our leadership to this seminar. I appreciate the gentleness of your presentation. The wounds are healing. Thank you!” – Alice Peterson, West Chester, OH
“I loved metaphors and how they fit into worship, how to build team synergy, and hearing the Bible verse and then seeing the same verse on video.” – Kelley Gallagher, West Milton, OH
“For being in a huge group, the workshop felt one on one.” – Tiffany Craft, Sidney, OH
“It was a good mix of presentation style, with teaching, video, questions, and group exercise.” – Barbara Cooper, Tipp City, OH
This one-day conference workshop is focused on helping preachers, worship leadership and church staff and volunteers infuse more creativity and passion into their church through the use of media, presentation, communication, technology and resources. There is still time to register for this event, coming next weekend!
The event is an ongoing mix of practical philosophy and tips for developing and maturing your creativity in worship, from moving your sermons and presentations off ?Ãƒâ€žÃƒÂ²pause’ to integrating themes and media into the rest of worship. We will demystify the challenges of incorporating media that matters into any church event. All for the purpose of creativity communicating the Gospel and transforming lives for Jesus Christ.
Len and Jason are behind the rise of media ministry at Ginghamsburg Church in the 1990s and have been running their own company for 7 years, helping churches across North America become better communicators in worship.
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