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Presentation Resources

The tool that I used for the opening activity is called linoit and you can sign up for a free account at en.linoit.com.

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Liturgical Art for a Media Culture by Eileen Crowley is where I got most of my information about the early use of projection in the worship space.  It is a great small book about that portion of history. (Find it at:  Amazon  Barnes & Noble)

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The statistic about being 6 times more likely to remember something is referred to as the Picture Superiority Effect.  There is a short video on it here there is also a citation to the original research on the page.

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Redesigning Worship: Creating Powerful God Experienced by Kim Miller is a book about how Ginghamsburg church does worship design.  There is a lot of detail and it is a good place to start thinking about worship design. (Find it at:  Amazon  Barnes & Noble)

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The two pieces of worship software I mentioned were MediaShout and ProPresenter.  Someone mentioned in the discussion that they use EasyWorship.

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Titles and links to all of the images in my presentation can be found here.


Resources from Discussion

Somebody mentioned bluefish as a resource for videos.  Also Graceway Media.

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If you are looking for free media to use in your service or as sermon illustrations check out CC Search.

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We talked a little bit about conferences that have resources for churches wanting to use technology in worship.  Someone mentioned the Experience Conference which has to do specifically with worship.  I also mentioned LDI which is a more general conference but has a pretty strong set of resources for churches.

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I also mentioned some technology resources.  Technologies for Worship Magazine is a good general technology resource.  Echo Hub is a site devoted to worship media.