021 – 6 How-to Steps on Church Podcasting!

Have you ever wondered how churches get their audio on iTunes, or even how some create amazing content that seems too good to be true? Well today we’re talking about how to do a church podcast. Even if you don’t run a church, the tools here are the same. We’re going to get a little geeky in today’s episode, so if that’s your thing, you’re in the right place. Also, we’ll be diving back into John Maxwell’s devotional on leadership, so stick around for that. We also have another great tip of the week for you. All this and more on this week’s episode.

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In this Episode:

Tip of the week:
Using Evernote’s web clipper to prepare for your next sermon series.

Leader’s Corner:
Building a solid team.

Main Topic:

  1. Why podcast?
  2. Is it expensive?
  3. What do I need?
  4. Do I host my audio on my website or somewhere else.?
  5. How do I upload to itunes?
  6. What is your proven workflow?

Resources in this episode:

John Maxwell’s Daily Devotional



Tascam DR-40 Recorder

Let’s talk about it:

Does your church have a podcast? What can you do to take it to the next level? Share your thoughts below, on Facebook or Twitter.

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