Volunteers

By Van Metschke · May 16, 2017
Make no mistake, tech arts in church is a people business. And that is a good thing.

By Dennis Choy · May 05, 2017
Often, it’s not that we are unwilling to recruit more – we just have so much going in ministry that when the slots are full, we stop recruiting and focus on other things.

Deborah Ike · April 13, 2017
How do you make sure you’ll have enough volunteers for your next event AND get them to come back for future events? Here are a few tips to help you get started:

Phil Cooke · March 14, 2017
One church shares it's values that helped them developed a remarkable team of volunteers

By Mike Sessler · March 03, 2017
Is your team of volunteers starting to get stretched thin? You may want to decide at what point does your church need to hire a leader to head the technical direction.

Deborah Ike · November 01, 2016
While the Christmas season will always be a big time of year for church staff, there are a few things you can do to make this process easier for everyone.

By Andrew Stone · October 28, 2016
Getting past some of the primary fears and issues that hold us back from excellence.

Gary Zandstra · October 24, 2016
How does your audio person rehearse? Can you sound tech practice their craft? The answer is yes, and here are several of the best options in today's digital multi-track recorders.

Jim Kumorek · September 29, 2016
One of the challenges a tech ministry faces is finding time and space to participate in corporate worship. The struggle is embedded in the tech’s attention to their job, performing it and enabling the congregation to worship distraction-free.

September 20, 2016
Over 400 church tech leaders share their challenges and experiences to bring to you our state of the church tech director report.

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