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    • Moses + Joshua = greater impact Presented & collated by Nevelia Moloi
    • Two big questions1. ‘LORD,  how  do  You  want  us  to  make  our   resources  go  digital?’2. Your church or organisation is a treasure chest of content – but how big is the reach? Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • What is our mandate?
    • The life cycle of a sermon Printed T newsletter h Sermon notes e Video or archived E n Sermon podcast d Maybe one Congregant’s   read or one sermon notes sharing How many people have you reached? Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • The Prodigal Son"The Prodigal Sons", Luke 15:11-32 Pastor Bob Leroe, in  effect  saying,  "I  don’t  want  to  have  to  wait  around  for  youCliftondale Congregational Church, Saugus, Massachusetts to  die  to  get  what’s  mine,  Dad;  since  you  haven’t  died  soon   enough  to  suit  me,  I  want  what’s  mine  now."Outline:Restlessness> vss 1- 11-12 The fall of the prodigal began the moment he claimed hisRebellion> vss 13-16 rights; when he separated his interests from the interests ofRepentance> vss 17-19 his family--and not simply when he began to live separatelyReconciliation> vss 20-24 and recklessly, far from home. The desire to leave home andResentment> vss 25-32 face the responsibilities of adulthood is perfectly natural; the restless yearning to flee responsibilities is immature. AsIntroduction: the prodigal grew restless, his polluted imaginationWhen I told a friend I was preaching on the parable of the conjured up exotic, far away places. He could envision theProdigal  Son,  he  raised  a  question:  “Who  is  the  most   implications of total freedom from authority.stressed  out  in  this  parable?”  I  thought  the  son,  the  father,  and the older brother were in different ways rather The father allows his younger son to leave. Sometimes thestressed. But I was wrong. My friend said the one most worst thing God can do is to give us what we want--to showstressed out of all was the fatted calf! us  that  our  desires  can’t  bring  satisfaction.  The  prodigal  got   what he wanted, but lost what he had. When we rebelThe parable of the prodigal son is the 3rd in a trilogy of against  God’s  will  He  sometimes  says,  "All  right,  YOUR  will  parables, the other two being about a lost coin and a missing be  done!  See  how  you  like  it!  God’s  most  severe  punishment  sheep. The word "prodigal" means "waster", one who may be to give us what we want.wastes gifts and resources. The title comes from vs. 13which tells how the son "wasted his substance in riotous vss 13-16/Rebellionliving." -A lost coin, a lost sheep, a lost son. In vss 13-16  we  witness  the  results  of  the  prodigal’s   rebellion. Gathering up his things, the prodigal leaves for avss 11-12/Restlessness "far country"; a place which exists first in our hearts. Like soVss 11-12  reveal  the  younger  son’s  restlessness.  He  asks  for   many of us, his happiness was conditional upon hishis inheritance--an unusual, yet legal request. The boy was circumstances; he was not content with his situation.
    • Repurpose your content How could we make this message appealing to the majority of our church? What would appeal to specific groups, e.g. youth, singles, couples, senior members, etc? How can we make this appealing in a non-Christian context without losing its truth? Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • How to make your sermon spread Send out a digital newsletter Continue the Create a podcast conversation on or video facebook, twitter & mobile Upload & Sermon Get your church distribute notes on the map Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • How to make your sermon spread Network through online sermon sharing with other pastors Create downloadable Offer mobi illustrated ‘sermon  snacks’   resources Sermon notes Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • But  I  can’t  do  this  alone  ...Moses Joshua Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Upload your sermon Downloadable PDF First your own church website Next to other social media platforms where you have a presence Then beyond the local community (more on this later) Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Send out a digital newsletter Your online database Mailchimp mailchimp.com Constant contact www.constantcontact.com Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Create a podcast or video Start with your own church website Then to Youtube or GODtube or Vimeo Facebook
    • Network through online sermon sharing  Don’t  be  afraid  to  ...
    • No church website?
    • Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Create downloadable posters
    • Offer mobi sermon snacks Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Youth topics going viral Whatsapp/FB /BBM/MXit chat groups Youtube or Illustrated Facebook resources mobi-vids Online youth Mobi Youth forum / sermons or ‘bait’   lesson blogs (tumblr) Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Creatively digital arts Videos & mp3s Arts online: (Youtube music / poetry channel) (creationswap) Online tutorials Digimag or webinars Creative arts ministries Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Get connected Spectacular Sheet Music, Open Source Software Ever looked at some sheet music and wished you could turn your pencil scribbles into a work of art? Ever wondered if you could do that on a shoestring budget, and on your Linux PC? Enter MuseScore! MuseScore is a sheet music or score writer that is intuitive, easy to use, and runs natively on most platforms through its use of the Qt toolkit. Oh and, best of all, it is completely open-source and free of charge! Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Get noted: ccMixter ccMixter is a community music site featuring remixes licensed under Creative Commons where you can listen to, sample, mash-up, or interact with music in whatever way you want. Remixers If  you’re  into  sampling,  remixing  and  mash-ups grab the sample packs and a cappellas for download and you can upload your version back into ccMixter, for others to enjoy and re-sample. All legal. Looking for music for  a  video,  school  project,  game  you’re   developing, podcast or just for listening in your cubicle or mobile music device? Find  exactly  the  music  you’re  looking  for  - podsafe, liberally licensed - using dig.ccMixter Music Discovery tool. Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Get noted: Creationswap Search royalty-free stock photos, church bulletins, sermon art, logos and more shared freely or sold by Christian artists worldwide. Also, visit our Network to connect with artists, view portfolios or post jobs free. Posters, slides, banners, invitation cards Free Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Size  doesn’t  matter Digi-savvy churches (with strong digital or social media presence)  think bigger. Share. And show others how. Digi-scary churches (just getting used to having a website)  start  small.  Use  what  you’ve  got  (inhouse). Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Open – ministry of lifechurch http://open.lifechurch.tv/ Message outline / notes Message videos Small group questions Small group videos Banners / posters Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Our secret weapons CREATIVELY CREATOR GOD. LIVE-GIVING JESUS. HOLY SPIRIT POWER.Trust and believe that with this combo we are in the majority and can really take our message to the ends of the earth. Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Links & acknowledgements Prodigal Son sermon http://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-prodigal-sons-robert-leroe-sermon-on-parable- prodigal-son-48322.asp Robert Leroe ‘Repurposing  content’ Thanks to Gillian Meier of Blue Magnet Solutions: www.bluemagnet.co.za Cartoons Reverendfun.com Copyright Bible Gateway Sons vs Hirelings pdf Ps Simon Lerefolo His  People  “The  Hub”  http://feeds.feedburner.com/HPJHBSermons Online sermon sharing Sermoncentral.com www.sermoncentral.com www.sermoncloud.com http://digitalsermontranscription.com www.sermoncompanion.com www.sermonmediaplayer.com http://sermonstudio.net/index.html http://www.scribacms.co.za/ Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012
    • Links & acknowledgements Online sermon sharing pic Google images No church website? www.forgood.co.za Downloadable posters www.creationswap.com Excellent blog http://www.sharefaithblog.com/2010/08/monday-age-global-reach-viral-sermon/ Get connected http://musescore.org Get noted http://www.ccmixter.org/ United Methodist Communications www.umcom.org http://www.umcom.org/site/c.mrLZJ9PFKmG/b.6381787/k.79BC/Social_Media_for_Churches.htm Map of Jerusalem to ends of the earth ‘Church  History  1:  The  First  Advance’  by  John  Foster  (Hollen Street Press) Collated & presented by Nevelia Moloi April 2012