I’m a podcaster, editor, and producer.
I’m here to show you how to make your teaching mobile with a podcast.
But I’ve been making podcasts for many years. The following is a collection of what I’ve written and recorded. There is a lot of advice and guidance for anyone interested in podcasting.
If you have questions, let me know!
Browse the OnTheGo.FM Podcast archives
I want to show you how a podcast can increase the value of membership, even if the only thing you offer otherwise is the annual meeting.
Content is not king, even though it is important. There’s another part of communication that is of equal importance.
Podcasts offer a deeper connection with listeners and have the potential to transform discipleship in your church.
Noise disrupts your communication. Find out how and how to reduce it.
Which will make your podcast great? Better technology or better technique? Listen to Rule 6 to find out.
Rule 5 in podcasting is about one of the most controversial topics in podcasting. That’s right. It’s about editing.
Can a podcast ministry keep people connected and engaged with your church?
Radio 101 should probably change its name.
Don’t buy any podcasting equipment until you listen to Rule 4 in podcasting.
How much should I learn about podcasting before I start?
If you’ve heard Rule 1 in podcasting, you’re ready for Rule 2.
When I do podcast consulting, I start with the most important rule in podcasting. It’s Rule 1. You must embrace it!
You can change the world, your community, your church, your neighbors, or even yourself.
What’s so fearful about a podcast ministry? Let’s talk about it.
There is coming a time—and actually, it’s already here—when your opportunity to communicate your message will be while people are on the go with their mobile devices.
Find out why making your message mobile with a podcast is the best communication choice for connecting with the people you want to reach.
Introducing a revived podcast that will show you how to take what you do and make it mobile with a podcast. And why.