Worship Media Arts


Teaching Tools

Includes our PowerPoint presentations for Communicating Visually, a course we teach for the online master’s program course at Northwest Nazarene University Graduate School of Theology. Use any one of them, or all of them, for any number of needs including live and online teaching, church committee presentation on media, instructional support for collegiate, graduate and seminary settings, training for volunteers in media ministry, and much more.



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      Communicating Visually 1: Introduction

      $15.00

      An overview of the relationship between communications technology and how we communicate. Presented as a PowerPoint presentation and ideal for a church stepping into communications.


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      Communicating Visually 2: A History of Change Resistance

      $15.00

      A look at tensions that have emerged historically whenever new communications technology takes hold in culture and in the church. Presented as a PowerPoint presentation and ideal for a church stepping into communications.


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      Communicating Visually 3: Text to Image

      $15.00

      In the church we have new media but old mindsets. Our screens are built for images but we just use them to display text. Presented as a PowerPoint presentation and ideal for a church stepping into communications.


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      Communicating Visually 4: Metaphor

      $15.00

      The key to making the shift from text to image is to understand the power of visual metaphor. Presented as a PowerPoint presentation and ideal for a church stepping into communications.


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      Communicating Visually 5: References

      $15.00

      The implementation of metaphor in creating images is best accomplished with the use of visual references. Presented as a PowerPoint presentation and ideal for a church stepping into communications.


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      Communicating Visually 7: Recap

      $15.00

      A recap of the entire series on communicating visually. Presented as a PowerPoint presentation and ideal for a church stepping into communications.