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For Churches and Other Christ-Centered Ministries

    I’ve been called to offer free media advice to churches and other Christ-centered ministries. Below you'll find my recommendations. 

     I have served as a Sunday School teacher, helped my wife, as an Assistant Church School Superintendent and volunteered with the Media Ministry of Mount Moriah Baptist Church

    Click Here to read my bio and learn more about my skill set. If you believe I can be of help, please feel free to contact me at ThingsNotScene@Gmail.com 

     

Your Brother in Christ,

Steven Kendall

Free Online Audio/Video Resources: 

When I’ve been sick and shut-in, online sermons and worship services have been a real blessing. I strongly encourage Christian churches to make Bible study, sermons and other services available online.

 

I do not recommend posting music online unless you have cleared the rights to use it in that fashion. It is important to note that just because you’re a church, or other non-profit, that status does not give you the right to use music and/or lyrics without permission.

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Audio/Video Favs

The sites listed below are some of my favorites to use when posting audio and video online as they are quite easy to use.  I really like the new phone App, Periscope, for live streaming. Facebook and YouTube also provide free, live video services.

Free Online Audio/Video Resources: 

When I’ve been sick and shut-in, online sermons and worship services have been a real blessing. I strongly encourage Christian churches to make Bible study, sermons and other services available online.

 

I do not recommend posting music online unless you have cleared the rights to use it in that fashion. It is important to note that just because you’re a church, or other non-profit, that status does not give you the right to use music and/or lyrics without permission.

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Audio/Video Favs

The sites listed below are some of my favorites to use when posting audio and video online as they are quite easy to use.  I really like the new phone App, Periscope, for live streaming. Facebook and YouTube also provide free, live video services.

Free Audio Site: Archive.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Archive.org (a.k.a, The Internet Archive): This site allows one to post audio and video in the public domain for anyone to use. Their Web site states, “The Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public.

 

EXAMPLEClick Here for an example of a sermon posted to Archive.org by Mt. Moriah Baptist Church.

Free Audio Site: BlogtalkRadio.com

BlogtalkRadio.com: You can host a live Internet 

radio program, or post pre-recorded audio to this site.

--You may also be able to have your program on BlogtalkRadio converted 

to a PodCast. I'll be honest, I listen to PodCasts, but I'm not hip to 

how to create them. Someday, I'll make time to learn more about this technology.

Free Audio Editing Software: Audacity

If you need to edit your audio before uploading to the Web, I highly recommend Audacity. You can Google "Audacity Tutorial" and find YouTube videos that should help you with the basic, if necessary. I'll post info about video editing software soon. If you have any software to recommend, please contact me: Steve Kendall @ ThingsNotScene@Gmail.com

 

Free Video Sites: GodTube.com and YouTube.com

Two Video services that I recommend are:  GodTube.com and  YouTube.com

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