Our Most Popular Podcast Episodes of 2017
We’ve seen our podcast grow tremendously over the last year. If you read our blog but haven’t checked out our podcast yet, here are a few of our most popular episodes from last year:
On this episode, I share my interviews on building priceless experiences with two insanely creative and innovative guys in our field – powerhouse Christian artists Jason Roy and Joel Smallbone. Roy who is the Lead Singer and founder of the band Building429. We talked about how the band creates concert experiences and other live events for thousands of fans around the world. Joel Smallbone is the Lead Singer of For King & Country and I talked with him about the band and his new movie Priceless and the creative process of making that film.
I welcome back Jared Hogue. Jared served at Church on the Move for several years. If you missed last week’s episode where we talked about creating an effective internship program, be sure to check that out at twelvethirtymedia.com/078. This week I talked with Jared about how to change your volunteer culture. If you want a growing, thriving culture of volunteers at your church and on your team, Jared shared some good stuff for you today.
I welcome a fellow Carl to the show – Carl Cartee. He spends his time coaching and training Worship Leaders, writing and recording songs for Fellowship Bible Church in Nashville.
This week I welcome back a fellow Carl to the show – Carl Cartee. He serves at Fellowship Bible Church in Nashville. He spends his time coaching and training Worship Leaders, writing and recording songs for the Church.
It has been 100 episodes. Amazing! We are going to take a big trip down memory lane this week, so hang tight! There are some very special guests later in the show as well – Carl welcomes Kevin and Sam Sorbo to the podcast for the first time. They talked about their take on faith in Hollywood, “Faith-based” films, politics and more. They also discussed their latest project Let There Be Light releasing later this year.
This week Carl is talking with two incredible church media guys who have tried their hand at directing and producing feature films. Dallas Jenkins is on staff at Harvest Bible Church in Chicago. You may have seen one of his films – Midnight Clear starring Stephen Baldwin, What If with Kevin Sorbo, the short film The Ride or his latest project The Resurrection of Gavin Stone.
Also, later in the show you’ll hear from Judd Brannon, who is the staff Video Producer at First Baptist Woodstock in Georgia. His debut feature film Champion is on its way to video in the coming months. These guys are still Church Media guys at their churches as their churches have allowed them to step out and produce and direct these larger projects. Carl talked with both about their staff roles and what it’s like to move to features as well.
This week we welcome a member of our production team on the show. Jonathan Drake shoots all of our Video Announcements and through his own production company JDrake Productions has produced an incredible list video and graphic design projects. An incredible shooter, editor, designer, producer – Jonathan and Carl are going to give you 5 tips for shooting your own video announcements at your church.
This week I welcome back a member of our production team on the show, Jonathan Drake. He is an incredible shooter, editor, designer, and producer. He leads a team that shoots all of our Video Announcements and through his own production company JDrake Productions has produced an incredible list video and graphic design projects. Jonathan and I are going to continue our discussion on how to shoot your own video announcements at your church.
This week Carl welcomes David Olshine – he is a Professor of Youth Ministry, Family and Culture at Columbia International University in Columbia, SC. He gives some real practical ways you can take care of yourself so you don’t fry to a crisp.
This week is part two of Carl’s exclusive interview with author, speaker, professor David Olshine. David is a Professor of Youth Ministry, Family and Culture at Columbia International University in Columbia, SC. If you missed last week episode where we began our discussion on Soul Care, go back and listen to it – all show notes and archive episodes are at thechurchmediapodcast.com
Justin Firesheets from Church of the Highlands joins us this week on the show. Justin shares the passion that pastoring your people should be your first priority when it comes to your team. He discusses some ways you can prevent being a one-man show at your church and raise up leaders that will help you accomplish more ministry.