How to Fix Your Church's Lighting Problems

Jan 13, 2016 11:02:29 AM

Have you noticed that the lighting on your streams just doesn’t look as good as it does in person?

Some people would suggest to add more lights, but that can quickly become an expensive endeavor. Luckily, making adjustments to the fixtures and equipment that you already have can usually achieve the desired effect.

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Why You Need To Improve Your Church Lighting

Jan 6, 2016 11:00:00 AM

How much easier would video streaming be if those watching at home could easily overlook murky audio, poor camera angles and insufficient lighting?

But they don’t.

We’ve all seen too many movies and TV shows to let us ignore those deficiencies. Of course, the members of your church don’t expect a movie-quality production, but low-quality broadcasts take away from the viewing experience and, eventually, could lose your viewership.

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[Exceedingly Enough:] The Sinners are Much More Fun

Dec 16, 2015 10:13:24 PM

These things I have spoken to you, that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be made full.” 

John 15:11 ESV 

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5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Church Volunteers Happy

Dec 16, 2015 10:08:59 PM

Churches around the country depend on loyal volunteer labor and ministry. These dedicated members faithfully give you their time and perform countless functions that otherwise would go undone.

Keeping your volunteers happy and managing their time is crucial to the success of any ministry. Here are five ways to keep your team members excited and engaged:

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[Interview:] How to Share Your Ministry With the Corners of the Globe

Dec 14, 2015 12:03:07 PM

Bringing value to our customers is our main priority, so we regularly seek direct feedback to better serve and connect with them. 

We recently got in touch with Christ’s Community Church, a non-denominational church in Hayward, CA. We asked Worship Pastor Tim Jameson to explain how BoxCast live video streaming helps his church.

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3 Reasons Why Your Christmas Eve Service is So Important

Dec 10, 2015 1:56:52 PM

Every year, millions of Americans pile into their cars and head to church on Christmas Eve. Attendance can be so high at this time of year that some ministries will hold several services - some as many as five or six - to ensure that everyone who wants to worship can.

As a leader in your church, putting adequate time into preparing for the Christmas Eve service can ensure that it has the greatest impact possible. Below are the three reasons that if done right, this service will leave a lasting impression on both your church body and surrounding community.

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The Unconventional Way this Church is Attracting its Youth

Dec 3, 2015 12:16:12 PM

Are you struggling to attract and engage your church’s youth? You’re not alone.

But the struggle to attract today's youth is often not a reflection on your ministry. Younger members often vanish during those teen years when they’re learning to become independent and are prone to reject things associated with the family. Sadly, that sometimes includes church.

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[Interview]: Is Video Equipment Important for Your Ministry?

Nov 24, 2015 10:00:00 AM

Current: A Christian Church is a large, non-denominational church in Katy, Texas, west of Houston. We asked Worship and Creative Arts Pastor Evan Schwartz to explain how live streaming with BoxCast enhances their ministry.

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Are Your Sermons Actually Engaging? Here's How To Check.

Nov 23, 2015 1:13:40 PM

Public speaking is hard.

Or, at least it is for most people. But if you’re a pastor, you know how to command a room and have the uncommon knack for speaking in front of an audience and connecting with them.

What happens when live video streaming enters the mix?

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[Exceedingly Enough:] Truly Knowing Your Savior

Nov 18, 2015 12:00:28 PM

Jesus said to him, Have I been with you so long, and you still do not know me, Philip?’”

(John 14:9a ESV)

It had been three years since Philip had become intimately involved in the daily affairs of Jesus. In his book Twelve Ordinary Men, pastor John MacArthur astutely notes that Philip was technically the first disciple that Jesus proactively called (John 1:43). Yet, as they sat beside one another years later in the upper room, Jesus’ words to Philip were weighty and confrontational.

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