Reflections on uploading sermons on YouTube

Here is a sermon that I filmed, edited and uploaded from Easter Sunday at church:

Here are my thoughts on this process:

  1. It takes too long to upload (although I was impressed that YouTube can keep track of the upload even though my Internet connection was interrupted and my computer turned off mid-upload).
  2. It might make viewers complacent about attending church.
  3. There are more interesting, creative and effective ways of proclaiming the Gospel on YouTube.
  4. But it can give unchurched peoples an opportunity to experience a SMALL part of a church service outside of church.

Conclusion: It might only be worth it for special and uncommon occasions.

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"The only instrument by which I am made a participant in Christ’s righteousness is God’s acting through my faith. I am born into that relationship through faith alone, not through any of its fruits, like mercy and justice and love and patience and kindness and meekness and so on, which turn me into a useful person in the world." John Piper

Posted on April 4, 2013, in Glenquarie Anglican Church and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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