The Wired Church: Making Media Ministry
is a methodological ("how-to") book plus
CD-ROM for church staff and volunteers who implement multimedia digital technology in worship services and in Christian education curricula. Wilson's book is a text for staff and volunteers who implement the media ministry.
* Discusses methodological implementation
for operating a media ministry at a church
* Explains how to design eye-popping media
* Provides guidance for building a championship team
* Includes a description of the tools for and
the costs of media ministry
* Explains the shifts required in the rhetoric
of church communication
* CD-ROM provides a portfolio of eye-popping media, techniques, and recruiting tools
* Written in the style of the "dummies" book genre, Wired Church contains nuggets, tips, and fun metaphors.
* Helps the media minister understand technology choices and focus on the right tools, at a thrifty price, for doing the job.
* Helps the media minister recruit and retain volunteers into this exciting shift in local church communications.
* Practical, how-to guide for starting a media ministry in any size church.
* System Requirements:
* 486 PC or higher
* Windows 95 or higher
* 16MB RAM
* 12MB free hard disk space
* CD-ROM drive
A. The Language
of the Culture
D. Media Literacy
Part 2: Designing
A. The AV Mentality
B. The Metaphor
C. Building Visual Elements--Basic Guidelines
D. Other Important Details
Part 3: Building a Championship Team
A. Establishing a
B. Developing a Roster
C. A Guide to Developing
Part 4: Buying
A. The Phasing Plan
(or hell, depending on your point of view)
Part 5: Appendix