I'm looking for a book that can help explain the communicational importance of using electronic support during worship. Any ideas you have for me to peruse would be appreciated.
Here is what I said:
Check out these in this order. You can see my notes below.
High-Tech Worship?: Using Presentational Technologies Wisely (Paperback) by Quentin J. Schultze
Publisher: Baker Books (January 2004)
Schultze was in my class this year because he has been a visiting scholar at Taylor. This book is short and wise and would fit your purpose I think.
Communicating for a Change : Seven Keys to Irresistible Communication (Hardcover) by Andy Stanley, Lane Jones
Publisher: Multnomah (June 1, 2006)
Andy is one of the leading communicators in the nation. (He is speaking at Willow Creek's Leadership Conference this year). This is his new book.
Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties (February 1, 2006)
Taylor communication professor and my friend Kathy Bruner is reading this book. She says it is good. He has been on Leadership Journal's Out of Ur recently. See my blog post responding to his article about Video Venues here.
-- The rest of these books I don't know much about. Abingdon (of United Methodist roots) has published all of them.
· The Wired Church: Making Media Ministry (Paperback) by Len Wilson
Publisher: Abingdon Press; Bk&CD Rom edition (March 1999)
· Digital Storytellers: The Art of Communicating the Gospel in Worship (Paperback) by Len Wilson, Jason Moore
Publisher: Abingdon Press; Bk & DVD edition (April 2002)
Publisher: Abingdon Press; Bk & DVD edition (April 2003)
Publisher: Abingdon Press (September 1998)
---I have a few other books about how to use movies in teaching here.