Operations

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?

By Gary Zandstra · December 22, 2016
The simple answer is nothing and everything.

M Wagner · December 13, 2016
Each year new products come along which make life for facility managers a bit easier. 2016 is no different.

WFM Staff · December 12, 2016
At WFX 2016 in Louisville, Kentucky. John Moa explains Cyberlock's ability to help keep your church congregation and facility safe and secure.

By Gary Zandstra · November 22, 2016
Often in life it's the little things that can make the biggest difference. As we enter the season of higher church attendance, be sure these little things don't ruin the experience at your facility.

By Gary Zandstra · November 03, 2016
Do you really know what the experience is of those who attend your services? Avoid overlooking some very important factors.

By Wade Burnett · September 23, 2016
Learn from the example of some pioneers who are employing the microsite model.

Martin Sinderman · September 23, 2016
Energy consumption is the second-largest cost item in most organizational budgets, including those of churches. Here's why getting that energy audit scheduled will set you on a path of lowering costs now, and in the long run.

WFM Staff · September 20, 2016
When it comes to expense management, church leaders have to find a way to balance necessary finance logistics with responsibilities to their members.

By Gary Zandstra · September 07, 2016
Nobody likes to talk about restrooms, but they are a very important statement about the church and the perceived quality of the ministry. Here are 5 steps to bathroom perfection.

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