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Carl Barnhill

Carl Barnhill

Carl has served on staff at some of the largest churches and organizations in the country. He served as Media Director at Precept Ministries International, Video Production Director at Pinelake Church in Brandon, MS, and most recently, Video Coordinator for Newspring Church in South Carolina. He currently serves as Creative Director and Owner of [twelve:thirty]media, a company that serves churches and ministries all over the world through motion graphics content and church media coaching.
Carl Barnhill

Carl Barnhill

Carl has served on staff at some of the largest churches and organizations in the country. He served as Media Director at Precept Ministries International, Video Production Director at Pinelake Church in Brandon, MS, and most recently, Video Coordinator for Newspring Church in South Carolina. He currently serves as Creative Director and Owner of [twelve:thirty]media, a company that serves churches and ministries all over the world through motion graphics content and church media coaching.

Casting Vision for your Team

I’ve made a lot of mistakes when it comes to leading volunteer teams. One of the main things I learned is that I had to bleed vision. I had to consistently and passionately share the the vision behind why we existed as a team, why we were doing things a certain way, why we had certain leadership roles, why serving mattered, and so on.

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8 Event Ideas for Your Production Team

Within your Production Team, it?s your job to create the culture you want. Your volunteers should not just come in, push buttons and leave. You have to work to create opportunities where they can interact, relax, play, have fun and hangout – on Sundays and other times.

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3 Ways to Create a Dynamic Worship Experience Flow

In creating the flow of your worship service, you are creating the experience for the people that attend. In placing elements of your service in the order you want, you determine the journey in which they go on. So, how can you make it dynamic? Exciting? Cohesive? Memorable?

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