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Saturday, May 12 • 11:35am - 12:25pm
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God’s Laws of Communication is a study in the elemental physiology of worship focusing on the cause and effect of today’s AVL and acoustics in the master planning of a total worship environment. The underlying goal is to create an environment that will promote engaging and high impact worship experiences for today’s congregations by understanding the base line methodology of full sensory media design. Discovering the organic make up of how people see, hear, and experience worship today, teaching how to use “next generation technology” to deliver the message and word of God in a way that is both dynamic and life changing and understanding the basic building blocks of worship communication that will impact 21st century congregations.

Learning Objective #1:
The physics of worship: How to use modern tools of communication to design a relevant worship experience and understanding how to hear, see, and experience in the space we are in.

Learning Objective #2
Growing your ministry through modern tools of communication
 
Learning Objective #3
Building design for modern worship: How architecture and building materials affect contemporary worship

Learning Objective #4
Psycho acoustic speaker system and worship design: the different types of speaker design being used with success in modern worship facilities today and how to enhance the worship experience by effective design and how room acoustics affect your organization

Speakers
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Donnie Haulk

Donnie and his team at AE Global Media, Inc. develop campus wide technology systems for businesses and ministries worldwide. To date, they have completed over 2,500 church & ministry projects and over 1,200 corporate and educational facilities. Over 2.5 million people worship live... Read More →


Saturday May 12, 2018 11:35am - 12:25pm
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