If you missed last week’s episode of the show, we started a two part series with the Founder of FILO – Todd Elliott. You have full permission to stop this episode and go back and listen to PART ONE of this conversation with Todd to catch up.
We started a great discussion all about Church Tech Arts. Todd and Carl have served at large churches in the United States, and both have come from small churches as well as having a background of working with what you have to make things work for Sunday.
Todd has a similar passion to reach people for Jesus and to use tech arts as just that – an art form to share the Gospel.
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Building “the basics” as a foundation for volunteers
Not taking shortcuts in production
Discovering weak points in our foundation
Steps to purchasing new gear
Steps to trying new things
A clean stage is a happy stage
Doing the best with the tech you’ve got
Being distraction free
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