I am deeply convinced that going through the Bible in Chronological order in whatever media format you choose to do it (read, listen to, watch a video) will help disciples of Jesus grow in spiritual maturity and to help as many as possible do that, I finally figured out a way to put the weekly lessons as we go through the Bible into a new format—the audiogram—which is a video of the words of an audio file.
I did this because many current studies show people want to consume content in video format, but a huge percentage of the people who do that have the sound turned off, which is part of the reason for the increase in popularity of closed captions. I understand that as I do that frequently myself.
Also, somehow clicking on YouTube is so easy that I’ve found myself doing that with some podcasts I like and being able to see the words helps when I may not hear something correctly. Though I like doing that, I don’t think looking at someone reading into a microphone is especially helpful and so instead of that, for my audiograms you will get the content only against the Bible805 logo image.
Here is the first lesson I put into this format. Below the video is an explanation of how I did it in case you are interested.
The process of making an audiogram
The process to make an audiogram isn’t difficult, once you figure out the software you want to use, but it is time-consuming and takes a specialized program to do it. [Read more…]