Ministry

By Michael Edgar Myers · October 10, 2017
How does the general public or your own congregation refer to the church where you serve? Is it God’s church? Or Pastor So-and-So’s church?

By Michael Edgar Myers · October 09, 2017
A church’s Humor Quotient is as much a critical barometer of church health and has unimagined potential for missional and discipleship growth.

By Phil Bowdle · September 16, 2016
If you're working on a church staff, then you probably find yourself in one of three situations.

Deborah Ike · September 06, 2016
Once you find that individual and get them up-to-speed, it won’t be long before they're looking for an opportunity to grow. After all, that’s what high-performers do.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
Fellowship of Montgomery is a rapidly growing, non-denominational ministry located approximately 40 miles northwest of Houston, Texas. Blessed with a new 650-seat sanctuary, the church turned next to fitting it with modern AVL systems.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
The real star of Preston Trail Community Church’s new building is the room connectivity and the overall flexibility of the facility. The new space has given this Frisco, Texas congregation an opportunity to partner with churches that have inspired them as they have grown.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
In just two hours each Sunday, Matthews UMC turns a functional gymnasium into a state-of-the-art 450-seat performance space, thanks to an advanced AVL design by All Pro Sound.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
Red Rocks needed an adaptive reuse of its new Lakewood facility in order to create space for their worship center, café, children’s ministry, and offices. Visioneering utilized much of the existing bones to create an environment in which the spatial storytelling is refreshingly relevant.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
Harvester Christian Church needed a dynamic and larger worship center to replace its existing Sprung structure. Visioneering Studios Inc. helped Harvester create a world-class, 1,200-seat venue that will serve as the hub for future campus renovations and expansion as they help people on their journey of faith.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
Red Rocks needed an adaptive reuse of its new Lakewood facility in order to create space for their worship center, café, children’s ministry, and offices. Visioneering utilized much of the existing bones to create an environment in which the spatial storytelling is refreshingly relevant.