• Donnie Haulk
    Donnie Haulk
    CEO/President of AE Global

    Donnie is the CEO of AE Global Media; he founded the company in 1989. Donnie leads the AE Global development of campus wide technology systems for ministries, churches, and businesses worldwide.
    Over 3 million people experience live worship on production systems each Sunday designed & installed by AE, and millions more via broadcast and streaming technology.

    A technology architect, pioneer in performance acoustics, musician and published author, Donnie’s drive is to inspire people through innovative design and communication.

Battle for the Minds

This seminar will increase your understanding of the methodology in using full sensory immersive audio, video and lighting. You will gain insight into how people receive and experience worship today. Effective use of this “next generation technology” will help you deliver the Word of God in ways that is both dynamic and life changing. We will empower you as leaders to begin your journey by understanding the impact of well-developed worship technology and how it will help your ministry not only survive, but grow and expand.

We will learn a NEW way to create a live worship environment that attracts, engages and inspires people while empowering your message through innovative technology. Today, it’s not just a message coming from your pulpit. His message can surround us from every direction and resonate to the entire globe from your church. We are in a true battle that we must win for His Church to grow.

Learning Objective #1

How will you communicate God’s message in the 21st century?

Learning Objective #2

A true battle for the mind – battling the fight for mind space

Learning Objective #3

Expend your message and embrace your congregation; overcome outside stimulus

Learning Objective #4

The Word, Music, Lighting, Video…engage and empower your congregation regardless of the generation


Sep 21 2021


2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Leadership & Management,
Production Technology

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