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WFM Staff · September 04, 2014
Your time at WFX 2014 will be jam-packed full of tips and ideas for you to bring back to your church. But how do you go about implementing what you've learned? Whitney George will share some thoughts on how to take what's in your notebook and apply it to your weekend services.

WFM Staff · August 25, 2014
The evidence is mounting; young adults are leaving the church and the United States is quickly becoming a post-Christian culture. How do these trends impact church strategy and execution? Recap video from WFX.

Jim Wagner · August 08, 2014
George Cladis, the executive pastor of Liberty Church and chief executive officer, New England Dream Center discusses with Worship Facilities director Jim Wagner, how the marriage of ministry and business is making significant gains in dealing with social issues within their communities.

Jim Wagner · July 21, 2014
We spoke with Doug Stanley, executive director of operations at The Village Church in Texas for a brief Q&A, to learn about The Village's unique administrative set-up and discuss the latest trends in church administration.

WFM Staff · June 05, 2014
Worship Facilities Conference and Expo (WFX) announced Miles McPherson Will Deliver Opening Keynote Address at WFX 2014.

Jim Wagner · June 02, 2014
Worship Facilities recently caught up with Gunnare, chief operations officer of Lutheran Church of Hope (lutheranchurchofhope.org) in Des Moines, IA, to ask him about expansion projects underway at the church. Gunnare discusses his role in overseeing growth projects as well as a unique partnership with an area YMCA.

WFM Staff · June 01, 2014
Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, TX is dedicated to ministry and under the leadership of Ben Lovvorn, the multisite church considers teamwork and God’s vision in all aspects of operations management.

WFM Staff · March 24, 2014
Media is here to help enhance message, not become the message

WFM Staff · March 04, 2014
What is the gathering church for?

WFM Staff · January 02, 2014
Part 2 of 2: The evidence is mounting; young adults are leaving the church and the United States is quickly becoming a post-Christian culture. How do these trends impact church strategy and execution?