Communications

By Josh Moran · July 26, 2017
Church communication can often times be one of the most frustrating aspects of running a ministry. Here are good indicators that it may be time to ditch the bulletin.

Mark MacDonald · June 30, 2017
Even when they’re not coming to the services, most people want to know what’s going on at “their” church. In the summer especially, you should communicate differently knowing that people are not as “regular” as they are during the year.

Jim Kumorek · June 29, 2017
Think that digital signage systems are only available to churches with large budgets? Think again.

WFM Staff · June 02, 2017
For so many people in church tech roles, carving out the necessary time to develop one’s skillset, while challenged with an already over-scheduled life, is a problem to be reckoned with.

Alison Istnick · December 29, 2016
As we turn the page on 2016, we’re excited to present the 10 must-read articles that were the most-read over this past year on WorshipFacilities.com.

Mark MacDonald · October 13, 2016
Many in today’s culture have little idea that they can connect with Jesus in our churches - they continue to google and seek answers to their pains or concerns.

WFM Staff · October 07, 2016
Social Media is about relationships, not numbers. Are you guilty of any of these?

Mark MacDonald · September 13, 2016
You’ve prayed, prepared, and positioned yourself in the right place. As you stand in front of the congregation with many important thoughts to share, are you sure people are really listening?

Geoffrey Oldmixon · July 07, 2016
Justin Firesheets, production manager at Church of the Highlands in Birmingham, AL, offers timeless, well-grounded advice for successful leadership--starting with the importance of personal character.

Rachel Dawn Hayes · June 13, 2016
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