The MxU Podcast
Join in our conversations about audio, lighting, life, concerts, and interviews with the industry’s best.
We are joined by Phil Gauthier from Sardius Media to learn about their solutions to help churches with all their video content needs. From live streaming weekend gatherings to hosting other content, their platform can provide a customized media home base to engage your audience in more compelling ways. Check them out at https://www.sardius.media/
The guys are joined by Caleb Loeppky from Amplio Systems to catch up on plans for the Worship Classic golf tournament, and what new things they’re doing as a company. There’s also a great conversation around a great book that Caleb recommends called The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry, by John Mark Comer. It’s an important message for all of us.
Jeff and Jay sit down with Toby Walters from ChurchGear to catch up on summer happenings. Toby also has some great advice for churches on how to steward the gear you have and have healthy processes around upgrades and new projects.
We sit down with Wes Davis and Jenni Waldron from New Life Church in Seattle to talk all about leadership. You’ll hear from them at MxU Live, but we wanted to give you a taste of what they’re bringing to the event. The “leadership pipeline” they’ve developed is a resource you can use to take your volunteers from “workers” to “developers” who are aligned with your mission and vision. To find out more, email them at [email protected] and [email protected]
The guys sit down for a great conversation with Zach Brady, business development manager for d&b audiotechnik. Zach has years of experience serving in church production teams, and has a lot to share about best practices when designing or upgrading PA systems. You won’t want to miss the upcoming d&b Workshop at MxU HQ on August 24, so sign up HERE today!
Jeff sits down for a great conversation with a CCM legend, Harold Rubens. Harold has mixed in huge churches, and for incredible artists like Caedmon’s Call, Steven Curtis Chapman, Andrew Peterson, Mandisa, Matt Maher, and many more. You’ll love hearing his story, as well as his insight into the importance of developing a “why” for yourself and the teams you lead.