Deborah Ike · April 05, 2018
If you’re intentional in providing clear guidance to volunteers and appreciating them during and after the event, they’ll have a positive experience and will be more likely to volunteer for future events.

Deborah Ike · December 27, 2016
If you’re in a leadership position, it’s wise to conduct a periodic check on the health of your team members.

By Mark MacDonald · November 22, 2016
After talking to hundreds of church communicators at dozens of conferences, I believe they’ll get better if they feel appreciated.

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 George Cladis · August 11, 2016
Churches and ministries create deep ruts carved into their organizational terrain that, over time, make it difficult to escape.

By Robin May · June 09, 2016
While we may not have been directly taught that perfectionism was a goal, the fear of making a mistake or messing up caused us to strive for perfectionism without even realizing it.

By David Erlandon · April 26, 2016
With so many production responsibilities, how can technology directors get it all done without working 60 hours or more each week?

By Luke McElroy · April 19, 2016
All five personality types are vital, and each play a role at different times in the ideation process.

M Wagner · April 07, 2016
Through creative cross-training of pastors, worship leaders, and technical directors, you can communicate efficiently, speak one another’s worship language, manage money and resources better, and understand the heart of your ministry counterparts.

By Luke McElroy · March 15, 2016
Whether searching for a new job or laying the foundation for your future, Luke McElroy of Orange Thread Media, shares how breadcrumbs are a secret of success.