Speaking and Preaching to a Virtual Audience

March 24, 2020
Episode #626
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The COVID-19 crisis has led churches to adopt a completely virtual format. These new platforms require pastors and leaders to evaluate and transform their normal styles of communicating with their audience. Thom and Sam give tips and best practices for speaking and preaching during this new era of gathering on today’s episode which was recorded from a Facebook Live event held last week.

Highlights:

  1. Look at the camera
  2. Dress appropriately
  3. Don’t recreate your live experience
  4. Get the right equipment
  5. Reminder: You’re on camera

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