Tag Archive | church media

Stewardship – The Red Line

In this time of financial instability, much has been made about good stewardship when it comes to our money and other resources. What about our most important resource, people? Money, tools, time… these are all diminishing resources; we always wish that we had more and are constantly trying to figure out how to make best […]

More than I could ever ask or imagine

Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen. (Ephesians 3:20-21) I love this verse. I’m living proof that it is true. I […]

New series promo – White Flag

There are times when we get into preparations for a new series at Seacoast Church that the metaphors come very easily; so was the case as we ramped up for our next teaching series, White Flag; based on the premise that to truly find victory in Christ, we must surrender our own will and ways to […]

Out take therapy

Oh, looky there… a blog! This poor little slice of the internet has been so neglected. I really need to get back in the habit of regular posts. My apologies to the 2 or 3 of you who noticed that I’ve been so absent here. So, I’ll kick things back off with a little slice […]

Stage Change

So, we needed to do a stage change… What’s the best way to get started?

A Not So Silent Night

For our Christmas project this year we decided to do a modern telling of the Christmas Story; a young, pregnant couple on a road trip, unable to find a room for the night. Our project was used to set up our pastor‘s message in our Christmas Eve services at Seacoast Church. 5 different locations 4 […]

Video Story – Find a visual focal point

At Seacoast, we’re doing a short sermon series based on the Book of Jonah, so telling a story on video about someone running from God’s call would be great for a sermon illustration. Finding the story wasn’t difficult; it involves the wife of one of our pastors getting involved with helping people in human trafficking… I just didn’t […]

Quick review: Sony NEX-FS100

As we (Seacoast Church) were just about ready to make the jump to DSLR, we found out about the new Sony NEX-FS-100. While I had only limited experience working with DSLRs, everything that I read and saw about the Sony made beautiful sense; Take all of what makes a DSLR amazing and actually incorporate them […]

Cool Shoot

From the “constant location scouting” file, here are some stills from a shoot I did this week. In an effort to get healthy, I’ve been walking in the morning, and my favorite area is a section of nearby streets where houses were never built; I’ve been wanting to do a shoot here for more than […]

It’s about us – Echo 2011

That title will probably rub some people wrong, but if you go to the conference website, you’ll see that it is “an event for artists, geeks, and storytellers”… so it’s about that ‘us’. Let me start by saying that I was not asked to post something about Echo, I’m sure that no one there even […]

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