For a woman who’s TV appearances are often filled with over-the-top performances (as in a TBN appearance last year when she preached while rolling on stage on sheets covered in anointing oil), the Charlotte Observer reports what might be an incident of interest to Juanita watchers.
For all you church media people, here's an interesting poll of the most popular worship presentation software programs.
Ben Worthen has written an excellent guide to why most websites don’t work. He’s narrowed it down to four major areas, and believe me, he’s hit a chord. We sometimes forget that a successful website isn’t just about design. I’m a design guy, so that’s really important to me, but strategy is where the party really is. We have to make sure a web surfer can easily get around, and do what he or she came there to accomplish. Check out the article. It’s worth the read.
Most pastors I know think “copyright” means “Your right to copy.” But copyright is a serious business. Here’s a good podcast from the guys at Creative Synergy about churches and copyrights. For all the people who ask me about the subject, maybe this will help.
I’ve been watching media coverage from both religious and secular sources about the series of Christian stadium events called “Battle Cry,” and I have to admit to some real concerns. From a branding point of view – in today’s culture – I’ve felt for a long time that
When it comes to upgrading your performance, "Not-to-do" lists are often more effective than to-do lists. The reason is simple: what you don't do determines what you can do. Check out this list from Tim Ferris about cutting things out of your life to increase your productivity: Here are nine stressful and common habits that
The LA Times reports today that a major media crackdown has been launched in China in the wake of embarrassing scandals, and in light of the impending Olympics. As the company opens up (a little), they’re finding out a free press is a real pain in the neck, so it’s better in their mind to shut it down. We’ve already seen major computer companies like Microsoft and Google filtering and censoring information for the Chinese government. Remember how you thought American Internet companies were the great new bastion of freedom? Apparently,
Check out this story from today's LA Times, and then think about the fact that regardless about the legitimacy of this pastor's frustration, how he dealt with it certainly doesn't help the cause: