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Statement on Racism
Source:  Ohio Media
Thursday, 28 May 2020 11:51


lake green 2015
Source:  Big Time Sports Ohio
Friday, 22 May 2020 21:00


005 (Part 3 of 3) Pastoral Tech Support Videoconference (04-22-2020)
Source:  Ohio Conference
Friday, 22 May 2020 17:08

Looking to begin and grow a broadcasting ministry in your Church? Setting up a high quality video stream in order to engage modern audiences beyond your core church members is an expensive endeavor. There is another option for high quality broadcasting that has just as much potential reach as video broadcasting, and you can start up basically for free. Podcasting is a great free option for your church to begin engaging and growing audiences beyond your core members. For many of our Church situations, the return on investment and audience reach will be exponentially greater than starting with low quality video productions.

This is a three part series of videos cut from our 04-22-2020 Pastoral Tech Videoconferencing call. In Part 3, we take questions from Pastors on Podcasting and other Church tech related problems.

Highlights of discussion topics:
Using royalty free music in your productions (0:00)
Microphones to improve audio quality in Podcasts (13:15)
Why virtual choirs and song service don’t work in real time on Zoom (17:29)
How to control muting and unmuting participants in Zoom (23:52)
How to watch videos with good audio enabled while within a Zoom call (38:45)
Troubleshooting static and poor audio quality in Zoom calls (44:40)
Managing cloud recordings in Zoom and sharing past church services (46:33)
How to screen share videos and content from a smartphone directly into a Zoom meeting (53:35)
The audio quality improvement on Zoom between using an external microphone versus the built in microphone on your device (1:00:46)

Links discussed in this episode:
Step by Step Guide: https://bit.ly/2x2XOCo
Podcast Growth Statistics: https://bit.ly/3avq66d
Highly recommended free podcast platform: anchor.fm (Podcast platform I ran the tutorial on: https://bit.ly/351k9wF )
Getting your Podcast out to the public: https://bit.ly/3521qkT

Tags: Ohio Conference and Media


005 (Part 2 of 3) Pastoral Tech Support Videoconference (04-22-2020)
Source:  Ohio Conference
Friday, 22 May 2020 17:07

Looking to begin and grow a broadcasting ministry in your Church? Setting up a high quality video stream in order to engage modern audiences beyond your core church members is an expensive endeavor. There is another option for high quality broadcasting that has just as much potential reach as video broadcasting, and you can start up basically for free. Podcasting is a great free option for your church to begin engaging and growing audiences beyond your core members. For many of our Church situations, the return on investment and audience reach will be exponentially greater than starting with low quality video productions.

This is a three part series of videos cut from our 04-22-2020 Pastoral Tech Videoconferencing call. In Part 2, we go through a beginner's tutorial on the steps for setting up, recording, and distributing a Podcast.

Links discussed in this episode:
Step by Step Guide: https://bit.ly/2x2XOCo
Podcast Growth Statistics: https://bit.ly/3avq66d
Highly recommended free podcast platform: anchor.fm (Podcast platform I ran the tutorial on: https://bit.ly/351k9wF )
Getting your Podcast out to the public: https://bit.ly/3521qkT

Tags: Media and Ohio Conference


005 (Part 1 of 3) Pastoral Tech Support Videoconference (04-22-2020)
Source:  Ohio Conference
Friday, 22 May 2020 17:05

Looking to begin and grow a broadcasting ministry in your Church? Setting up a high quality video stream in order to engage modern audiences beyond your core church members is an expensive endeavor. There is another option for high quality broadcasting that has just as much potential reach as video broadcasting, and you can start up basically for free. Podcasting is a great free option for your church to begin engaging and growing audiences beyond your core members. For many of our Church situations, the return on investment and audience reach will be exponentially greater than starting with low quality video productions.

This is a three part series of videos cut from our 04-22-2020 Pastoral Tech Videoconferencing call. In Part 1, we introduce what a Podcast is, talk about its broadcasting value for Churches, and discuss with Pr. Paddy McCoy about his experience starting a Podcast in the last couple weeks and the impact it has had in his ministry.

Links discussed in this episode:
Step by Step Guide: https://bit.ly/2x2XOCo
Podcast Growth Statistics: https://bit.ly/3avq66d
Highly recommended free podcast platform: anchor.fm (Podcast platform I ran the tutorial on: https://bit.ly/351k9wF )
Getting your Podcast out to the public: https://bit.ly/3521qkT


Congrats to the Class of 2020!
Source:  Dublin, Ohio, USA
Thursday, 21 May 2020 13:59

Dublin's School Resource Officers send their well wishes to the Class of 2020!


Mensaje Semanal Del Presidente (con Oswaldo Magaña) - 005
Source:  Ohio Conference
Thursday, 21 May 2020 13:09

Mensaje Semanal Del Presidente (con Oswaldo Magaña).

Weekly message from the President with Oswaldo Magaña. 5.21.20


Ohio Conference Weekly Address (with President Bob Cundiff) - 005
Source:  Ohio Conference
Thursday, 21 May 2020 13:03

The fifth installment of a weekly video series that Ohio Conference administration is producing, designed to communicate about what is taking place within the territory during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. 5.21.20.


Ordination Class 2020
Source:  Ohio Ministry Network
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 13:20

Congratulations to Ohio Ministry Network's 2020 Ordination Class!


Public Works is Essential!
Source:  Dublin, Ohio, USA
Monday, 18 May 2020 15:57

National Public Works Week is May 17-23, 2020, and some of our essential staff members are taking time to share their experiences working during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Happy Public Works Week to all who keep Dublin running, no matter the circumstances. #NPWW


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