Five Creative Ministry Tips: July 14th, 2016


14 Jul 2016

Every week, we’re excited to share a five-pack of useful tips for those serving in creative ministry! Each Thursday, we post practical advice on topics such as production, design, leadership, communication, and service planning. While these tips may be simple, they have the potential to radically improve your church. These images are social media ready, so help us spread the word by sharing them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest!

 

Shooting video in 24fps (frames per second), rather than the standard 30fps, can give your videos a more beautiful, cinematic feel.
There are several fonts that have been so overused that they’ve become tacky. Avoid using Comic Sans, Papyrus, and Impact in your designs.
When new gear is released, it has a way of making your current equipment seem inadequate. Don’t be discouraged. Use the tools God’s given you.
Just getting started with social media at your church? Begin by getting your congregation following and interacting.
The most essential element of branding is consistency. Choose your fonts, colors, taglines, etc. and stick with them for the long haul.

 

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Kendall Conner

Kendall Conner serves as the Creative Pastor at Piedmont Chapel in Greensboro, NC. He is a graphic designer, video editor, and all-around media geek, but above all enjoys seeing lives changed. Together with his beautiful wife, Holly, they strive to use media to spread the message of Christ and equip others for ministry.

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