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By Tim Lawrence · July 10, 2017
Managing risk in preparation for a church's loan approval takes savvy and careful planning.

Rachel Dawn Hayes · June 02, 2017
After listening to attendee feedback and researching the struggles churches face today, WFX will now offer five distinct, but concurrent conferences to provide state-of-the-art, role-specific training.

By Marian V. Liautaud · May 31, 2017
There’s no question, launching a special needs ministry at church is a high and holy calling. A ministry that extends far beyond individuals who are served.

Geoffrey Oldmixon · May 15, 2017
Child abuse is never an easy topic. Everyone expects the church to be a safe place for kids. How does the church establish processes and procedures to ensure that it is safe? A number one defense is a good offense.

WFM Staff · February 09, 2017
The 3rd annual REACH Conference returns to Raleigh with its powerful 1.5-day conference. The conference is held in a church setting and features national and regional experts delivering education and training in the areas that are critical to a church’s ability to grow and have greater impact on community.

WFM Staff · February 09, 2017
The partnership will result in expanded training at the REACH Conference and the debut of a new worship conference titled We Are Worship that will be co-located at WFX 2017 in Dallas, Texas.

Deborah Ike · January 24, 2017
While passing the offering plate is certainly still a viable option, you could be missing out on donations if you aren’t providing online options for your congregation.

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.

Jim Kumorek · December 22, 2016
A discussion on copyright law’s impact on the playing of commercially available music such as CDs, and how it applies to houses of worship.

M Wagner · December 20, 2016
Should your church invest in a drum enclosure? Drum enclosures are a simple way to solve drum volume issues, and are a necessity for mixing audio in smaller venues.