Digital Storytellers: The Art of Communicating the Gospel in Worship
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Genre: Church Leadership
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Publication Year: 2002
ASIN: 0687052130
ISBN: 9780687052134
For church leaders and creatives: Learn how to present the Word as image and art and communicate with a culture that values story and experience.
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Digital Storytellers: The Art of Communicating the Gospel in Worship

Communicate the Gospel by Becoming a Digital Storyteller!

Assists church leaders in moving past a dated multimedia or audio-visual mentality when producing media for worship. The digital culture values story and experience, which means that producers of eWorship in congregations will learn how to represent the Word as image and art in the production of digital eWorship media. New models for worship are offered, and tactics for change are proposed so that timid congregations, as well as small and medium sized congregations can become digital storytellers.

“Few authors have foreseen the future of language. Len Wilson and Jason Moore, in Digital Storytellers, capture not only the prophetic union of technology and worship, but also the first glimpse of a new way of thinking… a new way of communicating.”Thomas Hohstadt, Fulbright Scholar and author
“Like the scouts Caleb and Joshua, Wilson and Moore open the door to our digital future with these words: Come In, No Fear, God is already there.”Leonard Sweet, author and thought leader
“Whether you’re anti-screen (“not in my sanctuary!”) or antiquated screen (screens as “information dispensers” mentality), Digital Storytellers will challenge you and your congregation to move beyond your comfort zones. Way beyond. A thoughtful, hands-on guide, authored in the trenches of digital ministry.”Sally Morgenthaler, consultant and author
“‘Worship in Spirit and Truth’ said Jesus. Digital Storytellers takes these words to heart. So you’ve got a projector, or you’re thinking about getting one! Then what? Devouring this book would be a really good start!”Rev. Kent Wilson
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