The Wired Church 2.0
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Genre: Church Leadership
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Publication Year: 2008
ASIN: B0055UDPW0
ISBN: 9780687648993
Wired Church 2.0 is the go-to guide for church staff and volunteers coordinating multimedia digital technology for worship, the classroom, and marketing. Covering everything from website design and trends in digital media to selecting and training your media team, this revised edition of the media ministry classic keeps the timeless principles that drive successful local church video and graphic design ministries, and looks at some important new issues facing churches today.
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The Wired Church 2.0 

The Wired Church 2.0 should be required reading for both those seeking to enter and those currently entrenched in digital media as a means to deliver the gospel. Wilson and Moore have captured and articulated often-elusive media concepts while enumerating specific and practical steps for the creation and delivery of compelling worship media in church. This book left me wanting to learn more and inspired me to take our program to the next level.”Butch Whitmire, Pastor of Creative Arts, Granger Community Church

How to Use Media to Communicate the Gospel

If you treat digital media as merely an add-on to the existing means of communicating the gospel in worship, then there is a ceiling beyond which it may do more harm than good. Digital, visual media is not an add-on but an emerging, fundamentally new system of communication, equal to the oral and written word. It is imperative that today’s Christian leaders understand and use media effectively in worship. The Wired Church 2.0 is your go-to guide for the theology, methodology and practice of media ministry.

“So many in churches have missed the media boat entirely, or have halfheartedly paddled alongside. Now, many are in danger of drowning, as a new cultural tide is swelling around us. Len and Jason help us understand where we’ve been, where we are, and where we must go as we strive to share the gospel with this world. They explain clearly and simply how to use media in a variety of settings. This is practical, instantly usable information on everything from basic technology to team-building. If you’re considering starting a media ministry, or if you need to improve one, this is a great place to start.”Constance Stella, Creative Director of Worship, United Methodist Church of the Resurrection
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