Attention-grabbing, amusing and always inspiring, Greg brings enthusiasm and a background of tech-savvy experience to the podium. With more than 30 years of theatrical and church tech involvement he both informs and transforms audiences.
• Connecting with the Digital and Postmodern Culture
• Multimedia, Mnemonics and Your Message
• Why WiFi in Worship (Social Media, Tablets, Smartphones)
• Technological Convergence for E.P.I.C. Worship
• Team Building: Gain, Train, Retain and Pick their Brains
I also speak on topics related to writing and publishing.
Greg is no mere “talking head,” his professional presentations are accompanied by stimulating multimedia, live illustration and audience interaction. He has an enthusiastic passion for supporting evangelistic outreach.
“In working with Greg on staff, I found him to be practical, realistic and reliable. His ability to make amazing things happen on a limited budget never ceased to amaze me. Greg brings a background of hands-on experience in this field. In addition, he is one of the most creative people I know. Greg has lectured in classes and as a seminar leader he is well-prepared and engaging. He strives to stay abreast of the current trends and technologies.”
~Lynn Higgins, worship pastor and former Music Dept.
Chair at Mid-America Christian University
Greg first graduated from Washington State University in 1999 with a humanities BA in electronic communications and culture plus a Professional Writing Certificate, after studying music at a community college. He earned a second BA in Digital Technologies and Culture in 2009. He’s served the church as Technical Arts Director, Media Director, Weekend Producer, Drama Director and more.
He has guest taught at Warner Pacific College and Mid-America Christian University as well as at conferences (LDI, Inspiration Technologies, Christian Media Network, Worship NW, CITA, etc.) from coast to coast.
Greg is the author of six books including the new (second edition text) LIGHTS, CAMERA, WORSHIP!: Redefining Media and Technical Arts Ministry for Today’s Worship (2014) of which John Bishop (lead pastor of Living Hope Church, Vancouver) says, " I highly recommend this resource to any team wishing to take the risk to become a Dangerous Church."
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