Wednesday, May 03, 2006
Video Podcasts You'll Want to Check Out
My new video iPod just arrived last week (I opted for the black one), and I love it. I've been waiting for a long time (I got it for free with my credit card points) and it was well worth the wait! I've had a lot of fun checking out some great video podcasts... here are a few church-related ones that are great. And don't worry, if you don't have a video iPod, you can still download these and watch them on their computer. Here are a few of my favorites:
1. Mars Hill Bible Church (Mark Driscoll) has a video of Mark's message every week. I really like Mark's delivery and style. He can be funny; and even sarcastic at times (which, for some reason to me, is refreshing)
2. LifeChurch.tv also offers a video feed of their weekly services. It's fun to watch and listen to one of America's most innovative multi-site churches every week.
3. Erwin McManus and Mosic are also now video podcasting. Here's the link to view their service.
4. While Granger doesn't have their video feed set up for podcast download (they promise to offer it soon), it's well worth the time to watch their service each week. Unlike the others, they are podcasting their ENTIRE service, music and all. You can learn alot about Granger and their programming by watching each week!
Those are just a few that I really enjoy... do you have any that you regularly tune into?Add Your Comments and Ideas now...
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Mosaic Church with Erwin McManus is offering a video podcast
Posted by: Brian | May 3, 2006 11:24:02 AM
Seacoast Church is also doing a weekly video podcast of their services.
Posted by: Trace Pupke | May 3, 2006 11:36:29 AM
If I could figure out the whole pod-cast / RSS / Latest new gadget / I would really have something insightful to say. I hang out with people aho are totally impressed that a 4 yr old Palm Pilot still shows pictures and plays music through my headphone jack....
But I do think that access to the messages of these creative ministries is one main way that the Gospel will go out to every nation tribe and tongue... Oh yeah, and Please don't confront me about the poverty in the third world... I just finished that discussion on another blog... and it is off this topic.
Posted by: Jeff | May 4, 2006 2:59:58 PM
For those who are podcasting or webstreaming the whole service, including music... my question is this...
Are you legal? No problem for sermons... but I would be most folks haven't acquired the necessary licenses for the music.
Posted by: Kirk Longhofer | May 4, 2006 4:56:38 PM
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