Small groups can be key to the spiritual development of individuals and growth for churches. However, hectic schedules can make it difficult for individuals to meet regularly. Here are six ways to connect small groups digitally.
Although countless viral videos prove content triumphs over production quality, we still want to cover basic filming techniques. Should your crew have more time to prepare, follow these tips to enhance your efforts.
You can always go to places like iStockPhoto to get quality images quickly. However, if you spend a little extra time and employ a more critical eye, you can get the same (or close to the same) quality for free.
Carelessly photographed church pictures can convey a negative message. Here are tips and techniques to take the best photos of your church — photos that will welcome people before they ever set foot in the doors.
Aside from finding the best lighting, planning shots and experimenting with perspective, how do you take smartphone snapshots to the next level to improve your photography skills? Here are five quick tips.
With all the apps available online, it's difficult to know which ones will be most helpful. So we swam the sea of Web-based tools and discovered some fabulous low-cost or free options that will hopefully benefit you.
Instagram is like a fun, digital Polaroid without the wait. Take a photo with your mobile device and apply filters to make it look vintage, weathered or enhanced. Engage your friends, like their photos and reach potential church visitors!