A few months ago, I saw someone post about the new web-based presentation software called Prezi. I was immediately impressed. It was certainly an “outside the box” approach to presentation software. It’s web based, it has a really functional free version and it can be operated outside of a browser and even offline. Genius!
Now the first example I saw of Prezi was someone’s presentation for a class they were teaching. It wasn’t anything fancy, but it was still cool. Then about a month ago my friend Sam Luce used Prezi for a message he was teaching in “old people’s church.” So, last week I conducted a training where I used Prezi. It was pretty easy and really cool. I threw it together pretty quick.
Here’s what is cool about Prezi. You can throw something together with very little experience and you’re still going to have a pretty cool presentation. Or, if you know what you’re doing, you can create something killer like the presentation below.
Kenny Conley, the founder of childrensministryonline.com. He has been a Kids and Family Ministry Pastor for nearly 25 years (which is why he has so many things to say on the matter). Kenny is a published author, speaker, ministry consultant and craft cheeseburger aficionado.
Awesome app, Kenny! I’d never heard of it, but I’m pretty sure this is what Michael Chanley used at Napkin. I’ll definitely give it a spin.
Well done on your first Prezi presentation! Prezi definitely revolutionizes one’s approach to presentations.
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