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  • Partnering with Church Members

    Many churches have design and construction professionals as members, but is it wise to use their expertise for your next building project?

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 07/09/14 | Read More


  • The Best Outreach Method You Can Find

    As church and ministry leaders, it is safe to say that our primary concern should be helping to fulfill the Great Commission. The question is how do we do this in a society that the media, educators and others have dubbed as “post-Christian?”

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 06/18/14 | Read More


  • 3 Tips to Summer Church Communications

    Knowing the way people come to your church should help you communicate to them. Even when they’re not coming to the services, most people want to know what’s going on at “their” church. In the summer especially, you should communicate differently knowing that people are not as “regular” as they are during the year.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 06/12/14 | Read More


  • Building For the Future While Engaging the Present

    A lot of churches claim to be focused on ministering to the next generation. One church in North Carolina, however, is involving the entire congregation as they pave the way for the future. Triangle Community Church, just outside of Raleigh, is planning to build a state-of-the-art student ministry center that will help the church more effectively reach the next generation for Christ.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 06/12/14 | Read More


  • “How-To” Videos Get the Job Done

    There are consultants and AV systems integrators, magazine advertisements and trade shows. There are any number of ways to look over AV equipment, but most come with a string or two attached.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 06/10/14 | Read More


  • Fairhaven Church’s New ‘Future Proof’ LED Video Screen

    The 1,500-seat Worship Center at the Centerville Campus of Fairhaven Church in Ohio has been in the process of renovation for the past few years. Installed just in time for this year’s Easter services a 135-panel Elation Professional EPV6 LED video screen with high resolution 6mm pixel pitch.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 06/04/14 | Read More


  • First Southern Baptist, Little Rock Saves Big with Renovation of Sanctuary

    A church’s message may be timeless, but the same cannot be said of an actual house of worship itself. This was very evident to pastor Dr. Patrick Mead and other leaders of First Southern Baptist, a suburban Little Rock church located in a building that was constructed in 1981.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 06/04/14 | Read More


  • Understanding LED Display Technology

    LED technology will replace many displays in churches. It is because of the numerous advantages it provides; LEDs save energy and costs, last longer, and can even be used in bright day light. LEDs can also be used in theatricals and they are good for projection.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 06/03/14 | Read More


  • How to Work with Your Tech Person and Still be Friends

    A tech person should be the helper and should be considerate of the pastor and worship people. But the same responsibility falls upon the worship guys; they need to have a friendly attitude towards the tech people keeping aside all the misconceptions and false beliefs.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 05/27/14 | Read More


  • Seven Tips to Build Volunteer Teams Who’ll Recruit for You

    It’s tempting to ignore those who’re serving faithfully in an effort to recruit more help. However, if you’ll invest in your current volunteers, they’ll begin to recruit for you. After all, don’t you recommend a great organization to your friends based on your own experience? Well, your volunteers are the same way.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 05/21/14 | Read More


  • 2014 Worship Facilities Awards Program Opens

    Enter the 2014 Worship Facilities Awards today to gain broad market exposure and increased awareness for your new projects and products to thousands of growing and expanding churches. Winners will be announced at the 2014 Worship Facilities Awards Ceremony on October 1, 2014 and celebrated in the Worship Facilities Awards Magazine.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 05/13/14 | Read More


  • Training your Tech Volunteers – Part I

    What have you provided to make it possible for your audio techs to learn, practice and grow? Because it’s not something one can effectively do at home on your own.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 05/12/14 | Read More


  • Churches Cannot Overlook Safety Preparation

    For the Second Haitian Baptist Church of Fort Myers a time of celebration turns into a time of tragedy as a vehicle barreled into the 200-member church during Easter services.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 05/06/14 | Read More


  • Location, Location, Location

    Co-authored with church facility specialist Tim Cool and multi-site expert Jim Tomberlin, Church Locality is designed to help church leaders leverage location and facility for maximum Kingdom impact.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 05/06/14 | Read More


  • Make Bulletins Better. Part 1

    It's beneficial to review and understand how we read and use the bulletin and consider ways to make it more useful to our community. The bulletin serves a vital role in our communication and the community of the church.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 04/30/14 | Read More


  • Tech Volunteers – Part II

    Running audio, video and lighting systems is only 50% technical. The other 50% is artistic. Yes, it’s art.

    As published in Worship Facilities,

    Added 04/29/14 | Read More