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What happens when Church Architecture, Technology, Science, and meets up with the Bible.

Posted by jdbsound on April 24, 2020

The Bible has a lot to say about how a modern church should be designed.  Solomon’s Temple was not just a house for God to dwell in, it was also meant to be a tool to help preach and spread the Gospel in the present.

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***  Article: Gods Authority in Church Design ***

This article is the most comprehensive study of King Solomon’s Temple I have ever written.  If you believe John 1:3, then you know who really designed Solomon’s Temple.  King David only penned the details of the new temple.  King David told his son Solomon that it was the hand of God that guided his hand.  What was so important for God to design the temple rather than letting a man design in with whatever came into his thought?

This article gives a stronger case for what the “Inspired Word of God” means.

Winning people to Christ is not a game or something given to chance.  We need all the tools possible to have an impact on this world.  Jesus is Lord, and if your church is dedicated to God, Jesus is Lord over your church building too.

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Increasing the quality of Streaming Churches Messages from Home or office

Posted by jdbsound on April 22, 2020

With all of our churches closed, many have turned to YouTube or live-streaming of church messages. After listening to many of them, there is a sound quality issue I want to bring up. Many of the videos I have seen and heard, sound like there were recorded in a cave – a bad room. If you are limited in the quality of the room, perhaps you can use cardboard tubes to get the best sound quality out of your message. Adding carpet on the floor will quiet the room down, but often it makes the room bassy sounding. To balance that out, add the tubes on all the walls, as shown in the photo below.

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You don’t have to be as fancy as this, but getting the best clarity in your voice is important in communicating such an important message online.

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This is one of the cheapest ways to make the space you are working from to have a sound quality that most people are accustomed to hearing every day.  If you are like me, when the sound on my favorite shows is of poor quality, I switch to something else in the first 30 seconds.  Good sound is more important than a good picture.

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