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Employment History

Minister of Media
First Baptist Church

Minister of Media
LifeWayLINK

Minister of Media
First Baptist Spartanburg

Founder and Host
Sound

Show Host
FBS

Minister of Media
FBS

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"Going all the way to HD ...

digitalproducer.digitalmedianet.com, 24 June 2009 [cached]

"Going all the way to HD from analog was not an easy decision; we needed to be certain that our investment would represent good stewardship of the congregation's resources," said Britt Dillard, minister of media at First Baptist Church.

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"The Kahuna switcher has met and exceeded our expectations," added Dillard.


Complete Team Listing

www.lifewaylink.net, 2 Feb 2009 [cached]

Rev. Britt Dillard Minister of Media britt@fbs.org 864.699.1752


"There is this concept that anytime ...

www.goupstate.com, 18 Dec 2014 [cached]

"There is this concept that anytime you come to one of these things, the people on stage are who we are watching, and God is working as their prompter," said Britt Dillard, minister of media for First Baptist Spartanburg. "The reality is that God is the audience and the people are here to perform for him. The people (on stage) are the prompter for the crowd."

To accentuate his point, Dillard said the church is having a 30-foot wide video wall installed in the sanctuary, providing specially made backdrops for each song.
"It would be great to just have a painting as a backdrop to each section, but with video we now have a chance to really do that," Dillard said. He also said there will be a series of lights brought in that only shine on the crowd, making them a part of the show.
"It's very enveloping," he said.
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This Sunday, First Baptist Spartanburg will present "Rejoice: A Modern Christmas Gathering," and with the help of new technology, they are hoping to take the focus of the show away from the performers and back where they feel it belongs: To God."There is this concept that anytime you come to one of these things, the people on stage are who we are watching, and God is working as their prompter," said Britt Dillard, minister of media for First Baptist Spartanburg. "The reality is that God is the audience and the people are here to perform for him. The people (on stage) are the prompter for the crowd."To accentuate his point, Dillard said the church is having a 30-foot wide video wall installed in the sanctuary, providing specially made backdrops for each song."It would be great to just have a painting as a backdrop to each section, but with video we now have a chance to really do that," Dillard said. He also said there will be a series of lights brought in that only shine on the crowd, making them a part of the show."It's very enveloping," he said.


The Christian Radio Homepage

www.hisair.net, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]

Britt Dillard, the GM, asked me off the cuff, if I'd be interested in "doing some radio? I presented my list of excuses; my Wife, our toddling son, and our start-up small business, but promised to pray it over. We did and in a few weeks I began hosting a weekly "Hard Music" show. The Zrevolution still airs each week, with my former co-host Phoenix carrying on the mantel. As time progressed the Z Music Director position opened up. Britt again asked if I'd be interested, and here I am.

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The minister of Media at FBS, Britt Dillard, is no stranger to youth and media ministry focus. Minister of Media since 1983, Britt also founded the Sound of Light radio show in 1977 and later partnered with WLFJ 89.3 His Radio to reach out to teens and young adults with a weekly Christian Hit Radio show. As an advisory board member at His Radio, Britt continued to be host of the Sound of Light until he donated that brand to Crossover Ministries.


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www.wichitachronicle.com, 29 Dec 2003 [cached]

Britt Dillard, founder and host of The Sound of Light, was a senior in high school in 1977 when he and several friends approached local radio station WORD about airing a show early Sunday mornings featuring contemporary Christian music.

"The whole idea is that God is interested in every part of our life and for most of us music is more of a constant throughout our day that just about anything else," said Dillard."If you talk to students and teenagers, if they had to give up a meal or give up their music, they'd give up a meal anytime."
The show expanded and grew to a four-hour Sunday night program and eventually moved to WSPA radio in Spartanburg.When WLFJ-FM went on the air in 1983, The Sound of Light moved again."Our passion was to be in the secular marketplace with the Gospel, and so we were pretty convinced that was where it needed to be," said Dillard.
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Dillard agreed to stay on as host, but syndication and nationwide exposure was the responsibility of Eason and Crossover Ministries.

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