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Carl Barnhill

12 Podcast Episodes

Latest 18 Jul 2021 | Updated Daily

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033 | Leading Teams & Creating Experiences (Carl Barnhill)


Whatever position or title you have at your church, all church leaders (staff and volunteer) have a responsibility to lead teams well and create meaningful experiences where people can encounter Jesus. That's a big responsibility! Ready for a leadership "secret" you already know? It's all about relationships--including the relationships between you and your team members, and between you and Jesus. Today's guest is Carl Barnhill, the owner and creative director at Twelve:Thirty Media. Twelve:Thirty creates quality media packages for churches, and Carl has a ton of experience leading large church teams and creating powerful experiences. In today's episode we dive into an article Carl wrote outlining 8 important reminders for all of us in church leadership.Read Carl's article here and be sure to check out all that Twelve:Thirty has to offer on their website. Now go take your volunteers out for lunch!


8 Jul 2021

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Go Beyond Sunday ft. Carl Barnhill

Collaborate Worship Podcast

A lot of work goes into a one-hour Sunday service. Most churches lay it all out on Sunday and leave it at that. But what if our Sunday service could be a launching pad for daily online connection the rest of the week?In this episode, Carl Barnhill with Twelve:Thirty Media joins us to share some ways you can take your worship service beyond Sunday.


11 May 2021

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Episode 005: Christian Entrepreneur with Carl Barnhill

Christian Conversations

Want to know what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Carl Barnhill of Twelve:Thirty Media is joining me today to discuss how faith and starting a business work together. It's an insightful episode that will help and encourage you! For more great content like blog posts and podcasts, check out The Everyday Christian Network. Sponsored by Turnimage.


23 Mar 2021

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Let's Talk | ONWARD 2020 - Carl Barnhill

Let's Talk!

"Let's Talk” is a weekly training resource for South Carolina Baptist worship, production, music, media, creative, and communications leaders.On this episode, we listen to Carl Barnhill's ONWARD 2020 session.This South Carolina Baptist Convention resource is made possible through the Cooperative Program giving of South Carolina Baptist churches. For more information, visit www.scbaptist.org.


3 Mar 2021

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Creating An Online Experience, Tools And Resources From Carl Barnhill, Twelve:Thirty Media

Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast

In this episode, Holly Tate, VP of Business Development and Marketing here at Vanderblomen talks with Carl Barnhill, founder, and CEO of Twelve:Thirty Media. Twelve:Thirty helps churches get ready for Sunday mornings, whether it’s tech, audio, or graphics, they have got you covered!  Carl shares how he has seen churches figure out the physical and digital worship experience in the midst of COVID. He reminds us of the importance of producing an experience both in-person and online that people can interact with, grow with, and have community with one another. Lastly, Carl recommends several resources that can help your church get started on its online experience. https://www.vanderbloemen.com/blog/online-experience-carl-barnhill-podcast


12 Nov 2020

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Online Church: Best Practices w/ Carl Barnhill

Worship Ministry Training Podcast (For Worship Leaders)

When Coronavirus hit, just about every church in the world had to jump online with their services. For many worship leaders it was brand new territory, with lots of questions: How do we do online church well? How do we foster connection with our people and keep their attention? How do we make the services meaningful, engaging and impactful? Which livestream platforms are most reliable? What pitfalls should we avoid? What about online giving? All of these questions are answered in today’s episode with Carl Barnhill from Twelve-Thirty Media. Carl is a wealth of information and inspiration and you will definitely be helped by this episode, as you learn to navigate our new reality of doing church online. Know someone who would be helped by this episode? Send it to them!   I'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!  EMAIL ME your thoughts on this episode or ASK A QUESTION that you’d like us to answer on a future episode by calling +1-831-607-WLT1 Say hi on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, or FACEBOOK Our Sponsor This Month – Twelve:Thirty Media Twelve:Thirty Media is a one-stop shop for all your church's media needs. They can help with graphic design, videography, video-editing, motion graphics, hosted video-announcements, training, and more! Visit twelvethirty.media to get your project started today!


1 Jun 2020

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Changing your service structure for church online w/ Carl Barnhill, Ep. 120

The Seminary of Hard Knocks Podcast | Church Communications, Marketing, and Social Media

THE SEMINARY OF HARD KNOCKS PODCAST with Seth Muse and Meagan RansonChurch Communications | Marketing | Social Media Carl Barnhill of Twelve-Thirty Media specializes in making Sunday happen for churches. But now, that looks really different since moving to the online-only format during the COVID-19 pandemic. Should pastors try to do the same thing online that they would in an in-person service? That is our topic today on this episode! LINKSTwelve-Thirty Media COVID-19 Resources Making Sunday Happen PodcastCarl on Twitter Seth on InstagramMeagan on Instagram OTHER GREAT LINKS The InstaSummit! This free online summit will help church communicators master Instagram over three days of intense training! Get your free ticket HERE or upgrade to the Later pass for on-demand access. 88 Ideas for Church Social Media Posts *Affiliate links mean I may receive a small commission on your purchase at no extra cost to you. Follow Seth:


7 Apr 2020

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Episode 6: Carl Barnhill

Be Church


3 Mar 2020

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Building Incredible Volunteer Teams w/ Carl Barnhill

Worship Ministry Training Podcast (For Worship Leaders)

If you want to accomplish something great for the Kingdom of God, you need a great team of people around you. In today’s episode, I talk with Carl Barnhill about how to create healthy, happy, thriving, volunteer teams. Carl is truly an expert team builder. I learned SO much from this interview. We discuss recruiting  (“inviting”), onboarding, culture, communication, training, and so much more. This is a super practical episode, and I’m excited for what you’ll be able to take and apply to your ministry. Volunteer Handbook (Twelve-Thirty Media)   I'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!  EMAIL ME your thoughts on this episode or ASK A QUESTION that you’d like us to answer on a future episode by calling +1-831-607-WLT1 Say hi on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, or FACEBOOK SHARE: EMAIL TO A FRIEND TWEET THIS EPISODE SHARE THIS EPISODE ON FACEBOOK Our Sponsor This Month – Planning Center Planning Center is the ultimate tool for scheduling teams, planning worship services, selecting song sets, communicating with team members, hosting chord charts and mp3's and so much more!  Sign up and get 30 days free at planning.center Enjoy the podcast? Help us out by leaving us a review on iTunes!


1 Jul 2018

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Episode 013 | Carl Barnhill of Twelve:Thirty Media | Church Communications and Marketing Conversation About Hashtags

Church Butler's Lunch & Learn Podcast

Hashtags are used to connect amongst different users who uses the same tags, not just locally but worldwide. It's a great way to generate buzz on what's the latest happenings anytime, anywhere. Same thing for your church. In this podcast, Carl shares how to leverage the use of Hashtags during worship service and its impact to the congregation and your church. Examples are even given as a bonus! Where, when and how to use hashtags? Find out by checking out the episode below. To check out the previous Lunch and Learn episodes, here are the quick links on all our platforms. iTunes/Apple Podcast, Twitt


21 Feb 2018