Garr Reynolds' book, Presentation Zen, has had a big impact on how I think and use PowerPoint. Reynolds, like most of us, has experienced "death by PowerPoint" and his book is a call to recognize basic design principles, focusing on concepts, not bulleted lists. On Sunday, I used PowerPoint and Reynold's ideas in delivering the sermon at Hillside. Here are a few slides that supported the scriptural exposition of Acts 1:21-26:
The graphics seemed to help listeners to follow my presentation. But I'm not the best one to judge.