GospelCentral.us is a free service provided by the Rock Church in San Diego. The Rock created gospelcentral.us out of a desire to create a platform for people to tell their candid story through video of how the power of the gospel changed their lives.
As long as you are following Terms of Service your account will remain intact.
No. We collect your email address to activate your profile to allow you to upload your videos to Gospel Central.
Sure! Gospel Central uses JuiceID, a single sign-on credentialing system that allows you to sign in with one username and password to any app that uses JuiceID. To change your username or password, visit JuiceID.net.
While viewing your videos on your profile page, you can change the first video that comes up on your profile, which we call My Featured Video. You can change this video by clicking on Featured Video Star icon to the left of the video’s title, making it the prominent video on your profile page. The remaining videos on your profile page are arranged by date in which they were uploaded to your profile.
You can get to your Profile Settings by clicking on Edit Profile on your profile page in the right hand corner. Once you've finished updating your information, don't forget to save your changes.
Just click on Update Photo in your Edit Profile page and upload a new photo.
Share something about yourself, and maybe tell us why you use Gospel Central. What do you do for a profession? What are your hobbies? What’s your favorite inspirational quote? This is where you can include a little bit about yourself and what makes you unique.
Not Exactly. You must own or hold all necessary rights (copyrights, etc.) to your video. You can upload videos that you appear in or helped create (as director, DP, editor, musician, motion graphics artist, actor, etc.) as long as you have the necessary permissions from the copyright holders. Please add your role in the video description to avoid deletion.
If possible, use the h.264 codec. The framerate should be 24, 25 oder 30 fps. The best resolution is 1280×720 (HD) or 1920×1080 (Full HD) 16:9 format. Have a look for good sound quality and no noise in the background. You can upload the following formats: .mov, .avi, .mpg, .mp4, .m4v.
The maximum size of any video is 500 MB.
Well let’s tell you what’s NOT allowed, and that should help point you in the right direction:
You can share your videos by using our Facebook, Twitter and email share options located on each video. In addition, you can share through text message and other social media avenues located on each video in the app.
Sorry no. Gospel Central is not liable for any videos that are deleted from your profile. We recommend that you check that your video files are saved to your personal device(s).
Sorry no. At this time if you would like to save your video, we recommend that you record your video on a device you can save the video, then use the upload video option.
Tags are keywords or terms that describe your video. For example, if you tag your testimony video with the words “fatherlessness” and “divorce” you'll be able to easily find other related videos and it makes it easier for other Gospel Central users to find videos they can watch that related to them or they can share with others. Our moderators will choose tags that best associate with your video during the approval process.
Tag Facts are facts, biblical scripture and resources that are associated with a specific tag to be used as a resource to both the person who wants to share a video with someone and the person watching the video who struggles/relates to a particular tag.
There are lots of ways on Gospel Central to find great videos! First you can start on the Home Page, and discover videos through three tabs. First you can click on Most Popular which highlights the most popular videos ever viewed on Gospel Central. Next, you can click on Trending which highlight the most popular videos trending that week. Or click on Newest which highlight the most recently uploaded videos by users to see what’s new on Gospel Central.
Explore our Advanced Search to find videos curated around certain tags, age range, nationality, language, or keywords associated to users, titles and/or descriptions of videos that might interest you.
Under each video, check out the Related Videos section to watch videos that have related tags to the video you just watched.
Found a person you could really relate to his/her video? Check out additional videos by that user under that user’s Other Videos.
Favoriting a video is a simple way to store videos you were compelled by that you want to quickly find later and re-watch.
Just click the heart button in the top right corner located on each video. That’s it.
Click on the heart button in the top right corner of the video again and your favorite will be undone.
Under the menu bar click on Favorites. There you can view every video you've ever favorited on Gospel Central. We bet there's some profound and inspirational videos there!