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Timothy J. Fancher · January 12, 2017
If we are called to protect others by spreading the gospel, by sharing the truth and promises of God’s Word, then don't we have the same obligation to protect ourselves, our loved ones, our friends and our brothers and sisters in Christ if there is a threat here on earth?

Mark MacDonald · January 12, 2017
I've engaged with hundreds of churches who are attempting to communicate for busy ministries. All too often - I hear lies or gullible misconceptions.

Jim Kumorek · January 10, 2017
As churches grow into more advanced lighting capabilities, it’s not uncommon for them to consider adding a little haze to their room. Here's what you need to be aware of before adding this effect to your venue.

M Wagner · January 10, 2017
Charging capabilities in today's seating is a trend which resonates with all generations.Take a look at these options that feature functionality which takes furniture to the next level.

January 05, 2017
In This Issue: | Leadership | Administration | Facilities Management | Design | An Ark Encounter | Features | 2016 Solomon Awards | Features | 2016 New Product Awards | Worship Technology | Communications

January 05, 2017
4 | Leadership | Catalyst 6 | Leadership | Administration 10 | Facilities Management 14 | Design | Acoustics 16 | Cover Story | The Genesis Project and HUB 801 20 | Features | Technology Making An Effective Church Grow 24 | Worship Technology 26 | Pastor’s Guide 28 | Communications 30 | Features | Projection Beyond the Screen 32 | Worship Tech Director Spotlight

Mark MacDonald · January 05, 2017
You can have a great church website. There are 5 simple rules you must follow.

WFM Staff · January 05, 2017
With curiosity piqued by the sound quality at the University of Iowa's Kinnick Stadium, Wildwood Church redesigns their sound reinforcement.

By Chris Martin · January 03, 2017
The Millennial Evangelical, Chris Martin, examines Galatians in regards to the hardships that we all bear and how to recognize and abstain from self-reliance.

By Gary Zandstra · January 03, 2017
It really is great when people take ownership of your church, they take initiative and responsibility. They take notice and treat things better. After all isn’t that why we say, “treat it like your own” if you are using or borrowing something?

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