By Ryan Knox · January 19, 2009
Where you place your technical production booth can make or break your ability to achieve technical excellence in worship

Martin Sinderman · December 16, 2008
Numerous options exist for the windows and doors in your new facility. Learn about some of them in this web-only exclusive article."

By Carol Badaracco Padgett · October 01, 2008
Fellowship of The Woodlands in The Woodlands, Texas, expands—with an eye on the future and a reverence for the past

WFM Staff · September 23, 2008
Thirty-five foot screen uses three overlapping projectors for coverage

By Alison Istnick · September 01, 2008
The story of one man’s vision surpassing even his highest dreams

By Rachel Allen · July 01, 2008
The road to discipleship is challenging, ever-changing, and for Calvary Chapel Ft. Lauderdale, it is a journey renewed daily.

Alison Istnick · May 02, 2008
Situated on a gently sloping hillside in Corona, California, Crossroads Christian Church is a model of destination architecture where “circles of light” are both an abundant visual and a way of ministry.

Martin Sinderman · March 01, 2008
Consider renovating an existing building when it’s time to plant, expand, or simply move your church to a location you want to make your own.The benefits are there. You could well save some money by recycling an existing structure instead of building a new one.

WFM Staff · March 01, 2008
How can a church without a pastor reach out and change its community? And why is this particular church meeting in a nightclub? The answer to both questions is creativity and vision.

By Bruce Borgerson · January 01, 2008
The fundamentals of prepping a room for great sound.