Studying and Preaching the Bible in the Digital Age (Part 4 of 4): Resources for Presenting Lessons and Sermons

Bible Digital AgeThis is part 4 of a 4 part series. Part 1 is herePart 2 is here; Part 3 is here.

Several resources are available to help in presenting lessons/messages and in recording them.

Presenting

For the following, you will need a setup at the church where there is already a computer or a place to plug in your device (know what you have — VGA? HDMI? etc.  Apple devices can work with Apple TV’s on same WiFi network, or with an HDMI adapter for a direct cable; many Android devices have MICRO HDMI ports that use a microHDMI to standard HDMI cable).

Powerpoint

Keynote (Mac)   (iOS) (has some compatibility with Powerpoint files, works great with Apple TV)

Slideshark iOS (free, use with Powerpoint slideshows you have made; works great with Apple TV)

Prezi iOS  computer program

Deck Slideshow Presentations (Android)  ( iOS)

Haiku Deck Slideshow Maker (iOS)

Recording

Voice Recorders (There are many options you can find, but most cost a few bucks to have unlimited recording time; I really like RecForge on Android; I’ve also used an MP3 voice recorder from Sony, with a lapel mic attached)

Please comment or contact us if you would like us to look at other resources to add to these lists.  Here are some other resources listed at ProPreacher:  iOS    Android

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About dougsmith1977

Disciple of the Lord Jesus, husband, dad, student, teacher, preacher, media producer, blogger, writer. Author of Keeping the Faith in a Christian College. I tweet @dougsmith1977 .
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