Communications

Using Video to Communicate Your Message

Jesus used parables to teach his disciples, oftentimes stories are our strongest path to the truth. This session will delve into the different ways of adding visual storytelling to your worship, social media, and external communications.


M Wagner  ·  May 6, 2016

Storytelling: Using Video to Communicate Your Message with Christopher New, studio communications director, Lutheran Church of Hope.

Jesus used parables to teach his disciples, many times stories are our strongest path to the truth. If any ministry in your organization touches a life or changes someone’s heart, there is a story to tell.

This session will delve into the different ways of adding visual storytelling to your worship, social media, and external communications. Explore many different examples, including personal stories and testimonies in classroom and worship. Learn the narrative approach to setting up sermon messages.

  • Keep social in mind when shooting and editing.
  • Guide mission directors to best express a message to the congregation.
  • Maximize resources for mid-size operations.
  • Assess the communication objectives for your church’s ministries.
  • Better communicate personal stories in order to highlight the change Christ is making in your organization.
  • Manage resources to create impactful videos under limited resources.
  • Craft stories that don’t just tell an account of what’s happening, but explain how lives become changed.

 

ARTICLE TOPICS

Communications · Social Media · Media · Profiles · People · Communications Director · Storytelling · Video Techniques · All Topics


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