I hadn’t heard of the filmmaker Chris Neal before I got an email from him about his short film. He says he drew inspiration from a Reddit comment from a few years ago to tell a fairly well-known parable in a modern setting. With a great cast and high production value, his rendition of the parable is compelling. He tells the original story story of, “Today you, tomorrow me”.
Would your church survive a pandemic? The viral outbreak reminiscent of the H1N1 one in Wuhan, China has the world talking. That, and watching Pandemic on Netflix got me thinking about churches’ potential responses.
There’s what we should do as the Church, then there’s the response of local church communities. Imagine there were restrictions on movement and gathering.
We may have an issue with our love for Calvin & Hobbes (see here and here), but we have yet another visit into the world of mashing up Calvin & Hobbes with another universe. (That’s a lot of ChurchMag links) This time is Star Wars and honestly, it’s super cute.
The artist is Brian Kesinger who has a ton of other drawings that you really should check out here. This maybe half of them, so go to the site and see what else he has.
The is a great example of how we can exercise our creativity muscles. I hope it inspires you and reminds you that you can make something beautiful out of different elements and concepts.
Enjoy the show and let us know which is your favorite in the comments below.
What does logo and brand design for churches in 2020 look like? This article is going to explore the most recent trends for logo and brand design as well as the relationship between these two distinct parts of your church’s marketing strategy. I also want to explore important factors that you need to take into consideration with your logo’s design specifications.
My church is bi-lingual. We have a lot of English speakers but also Polish speakers since we’re in Kraków, Poland. Because of that, we have to do some clever things both in the service and online to suit both groups. This means making our church website flexible for different audiences is critical. I hope in sharing our use case you might get inspiration or ideas for your own.
What do you do when the power goes out?
What do you do when the projector or soundboard doesn’t turn on or a computer doesn’t boot up?
Do you have a backup plan? Does the plan work?
While most hiccups and curveballs can be adjusted for fairly easily, that isn’t always the case! This week on the podcast we get a little bit meta as we talk about — backup / backups.