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57 minutes | 4 days ago
Episode 053: Dennis Choy
Good friend to FILO, Dennis Choy shares his story of burnout with Todd. They work through how we can sometimes let burnout creep up on us by doing really good things, but by saying yes to too much, we end up saying no to things that matter. Show Notes: Book Recommendation: Leading On Empty: Refilling Your Tank and Renewing Your Passion by Wayne Cordeiro Contact Dennis directly: firstname.lastname@example.org We are grateful for Panasonic’s support of this podcast episode. The folks at Panasonic would love to have a conversation about your specific needs and help you develop the right solution for your church during these unprecedented times. Just click the Panasonic logo to see everything they have to offer. You can also contact the House of Worship Sr Business Development Mgr, Jim Jensen at 201-427-0606.
59 minutes | 25 days ago
Episode 052: Nick Benoit
Nick and Todd have a conversation about the creative process, storytelling, creative risk, and being dependant on each other. A good conversation to listen together with your creative person. We are grateful for Ross’ support of this podcast episode. Ross has included a Worship Production episode in their webinar series: Ross Live Season 2. Jeremy Bagwell, the House of Worship Business Development Manager at Ross, will share ways to enhance your volunteer experiences without spending an extra dime, using Ross’ proprietary DashBoard, a free and open platform from Ross Video for facility control and monitoring. With DashBoard you can quickly build unique, tailored Custom Panels, making complex operations simple. During this Live Session, Jeremy will dive deeper into how and why DashBoard is such a powerful tool that empowers you to do more, with less. Watch live on their website, rossvideo.com/live, on November 17th at 11am EST to ask questions of Jeremy and their DashBoard team. Head to rossvideo.com/live to register for the free Worship Production webinar on Ross Live, Season 2.
36 minutes | a month ago
Episode 051: Nate Krause, Amplio
Todd sits down with Amplio co-founder, Nate Krause to talk about multi-site churches, understanding the why behind a decision and firetrucks. We are grateful for Amplio’s support of this podcast episode. Visit ampliosystems.com to start a conversation today!
55 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 050: Wes Hartley
Wes Hartley, former TD of Lakepointe Church in Dallas, sits down with Todd to talk about how we communicate with our teams to accomplish excellent services. We are grateful for Haivision’s support of this podcast episode. Enter for a chance to win an Apple TV, learn more about streaming or chat with their team by heading to their website and fill out the form, today!
64 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 049: Van Metschke, CCI Solutions
Todd has a chat with good friend Van Metschke, former local church TD and current Church Relations Advocate with CCI Solutions. They talk about pretty much everything. We are grateful for CCI Solution’s support of this podcast episode. Interested in learning more or chatting with their team? Head to their website and fill out the contact form, today!
44 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 048: FILO Book Launch
Todd gets the tables turned on him and is interviewed by Jon Jorgenson about the newest FILO Resource, Todd’s book: “I Love Jesus But I Hate Christmas“. We are grateful for Living As One’s support of this podcast episode. Interested in learning more or chatting with their team? Head to their website and fill out the contact form, today!
49 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 047: Tres Cozad, Yamaha
Todd sits down with Tres Cozad, the Systems Engineering Manager for Yamaha and Nexo. As a former church technical director, Tres shares from his experiences trying to figure out production needs for all the multi-use spaces at his church. We are grateful for Yamaha’s support of this podcast episode. Interested in learning more or chatting with their team? Head to their website and fill out the contact form, today!
44 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 046: Liz Forkin Bohannon
Todd sits down with FILO 2020 Main Session speaker Liz Bohannon to talk about her book Beginner’s Pluck. Many of the concepts she discovered along the way to founding her own company are super applicable to the world of the technical arts in the local church and they dig through them! We are grateful for Sardis’ support of this podcast episode. Call Sardis today at 847.231.5915, or shoot them an email at email@example.com to start a conversation!
53 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 045: Kaleb Wilcox
Todd talks with Kaleb Wilcox, associate pastor at Willow Creek’s North Shore Campus and one of the people at the very first FILO brainstorming meeting all those years ago. They talk about how everyone executing the services are also worshippers and how that should affect how we pull off services. We are grateful for Adamson’s support of this podcast episode. Visit filo.adamsonsystems.com to start a conversation today!
54 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 044: Daniel Scotti
Todd and Daniel talk about the responsibility that we all have to be a pastor for the people on our team. We shouldn’t just need volunteers to fill a position but to be involved in and care about their lives. Liz Forkin Bohannon’s Book: Beginner’s Pluck Rick Warren’s Leadership Values: Lead, Feed, Understand the Needs, Intercede We are grateful for Amplio’s support of this podcast episode. Visit ampliosystems.com to start a conversation today!
53 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 043: Sabrina Joseph
Todd talks with Sabrina Joseph, Owner of Roya Productions in Atlanta and Project Manager for Local Engagement at Passion City Church. They talk about how she started in production and how it led to helping churches and organizations realize their ideas. Getting to the heart of the story, figuring out what we want people to feel and experience are just a few keys to making visions become reality. Passion City Church: home.passioncitychurch.com Roya Productions: royaproductions.com Simon Sinek TED Talk - "Start With Why" Book Recommendation: Anonymous: Jesus' Hidden Years... And Yours by Alicia Britt Chole Sound Design Documentary: Making Waves Sabrina is teaching a breakout class at FILO 2020 Chicago on Creating Environments. Join us and check it out! We are grateful for Clark's support of this podcast episode. To get more information on Clark, text "FILO" to 47-177, or visit Clark.IS/contact.
60 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 042: Andrew Schuurmann
Todd sits down with friend and former co-worker from the Willow days, Andrew Schuurmann to talk about visual storytelling. Not only from the perspective of shooting and editing, but into why use video at all. It was a good time.
54 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 041: TC Furlong
Todd sits down with one of his favorite people, TC Furlong, to talk about the barriers to a great production. These barriers aren't just about better technology, but about our processes and even the relationships we have with our team.
72 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 040: Mike Sessler
Mike Sessler shares his story and how each experience has helped to shape how he approaches production in the local church. We talk about ad agencies, portable churches and tanning beds!
43 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 039: Caleb Loeppky
Caleb and Todd talk about the idea of FILO Staffing. What skills are churches looking for and what types of technical people churches are actually going to find. How can we help make the local church more effective through being the type of technical artists the church needs?
59 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 038: Scott Ragsdale
Todd sits down with old friend and FOH mixer Scott Ragsdale to talk about mixing audio in church, on the road, or for local bands at the VFW.
39 minutes | a year ago
Episode 037: Justin Firesheets
Todd talks with Justin Firesheets about the transition from doing production to leading people doing production. To expand the reach of our ministries requires us to let go and to empower others. There is some good stuff in here!
61 minutes | a year ago
Episode 036: Robert Scovill
Todd sits down with Robert Scovill to talk about the Scovill origin story and explore some of the lessons Robert has learned along the way. Some of those lessons related to audio, but many are just very insightful live skills. Learn more about Robert on his website: robertscovill.com
81 minutes | a year ago
Episode 035: Muchiri Gateri
Todd talks with Muchiri Gateri, Head of Creative Technologies for Hillsong Church in Australia. They talk about leading teams, leading up and leading yourself.
48 minutes | a year ago
Episode 034: Will Doggett
Will Doggett, certified Ableton Live Certified trainer and founder of “From Studio to Stage” takes a few minutes to talk with Todd about his story, using tracks in church and TDs and worship leaders living in harmony. From Studio to Stage is an online community that helps you get from the studio to stage, and learn to perform like the pros with Ableton Live. When you subscribe you get access to over 25 courses, early access to weekly tutorials, and exclusive training content, a monthly call, just for subscribers, and a private Facebook Group. You don't have to try and figure this out on your own. Save yourself time and money, and learn from an Ableton Live Certified Trainer, and the supportive community at From Studio to Stage. If you're planning for Christmas and want to automate your lyrics in ProPresenter, sync video and lights to your tracks, there's no better place to learn how than From Studio to Stage. And if you're wanting to learn how to use tracks, and maintain spontaneity without spending hours, check out the training on using Ableton Live for tracks. Will has created a special promo, just for FILO listeners. Head to From Stage to Studio and use the code FILO20 to save 20% on your monthly or annual subscription.
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